TABLE OF CONTENTS
Setting Up ACME Access Control
What you will need
- Reliable WiFi connectivity with a dedicated network
- An iPod Touch (7th Gen) or iPhone running iOS 14 with the latest version of ACME AC.
- OPTIONAL: If you plan to use an external Bluetooth scanner instead of the native iOS camera to scan:
- Socket mobile companion installed from the Catalog
- A fully charged socket scanner S740 or S840
Using ACME Access Control
If using a Bluetooth Socket device
- Ensure that your iPod does not currently have any socket scanners listed as connected or not connected in iOS Bluetooth settings. If so, select "forget this device".
- Run the Socket Companion setup assistant to configure your scanner for iOS App Mode, be sure to follow every step until the process is complete*.
Logging in and scanning
- Launch the ACME AC app and log in with your username and password.
- Like POS, you will also need to enter your Tenant ID and a Terminal ID when logging in for the first time. Both fields are required and must be filled in to login. Once you have logged in, these settings will be saved unless the app is deleted.
- Access Control Terminal IDs do not need to be pre-configured in ACME Backoffice and they can be any alphanumeric code. We recommend using something that will be meaningful in reports (e.g. MAIN, NORTH, EAST, SPEX)
- Once a terminal ID is entered for an Access Control device, whenever a ticket or pass is checked in, the device's terminal ID will be recorded for that location. Please note, when tickets are sold but not checked in, they will not have a Check In Terminal ID.
- When you receive a notification that the scanner is active you are ready to scan a ticket.
- Scan a ticket or membership card and wait for a response. The ACME AC app will inform you if the ticket has been checked in or if there was a problem with the scanned code.
* Having trouble running the Socket Companion application? Scan the following barcode with your socket scanner to get your device into the correct state: