Easy and Comprehensive Management software


DAS-SQL is a full-featured client-server application that manages all Digitus Biometrics’ networked access-control products. DAS-SQL uses Microsoft SQL Server as its server database platform and runs as a system service, providing true multithread communication to each Digitus device. For larger installations, multi-scale architecture allows DAS-SQL to operate over multiple slave servers. There is no limit to the number of workstations that can run the DAS-SQL client software.

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DAS-SQL allows you to monitor all the Digitus access control devices in real-time. Events and alarms are displayed on the System Status screen as they occur. The software can be configured to require incident reports to be entered, before alarms can be acknowledged and cleared, providing a detailed record of the event for future auditing.

The System Status screen auto allows remote operations to be performed on any Digitus access-control device, such as unlocking the door, or putting an access-point into lockdown mode.


DAS-SQL allows alert notifications to be pushed out as events occur. Support for both email and SYSLOG alerts is provided. Customize which people get alerted for which type of event. There’s no limit to the number of people who can receive alerts.


DAS-SQL provides detailed audit (log) reports, with the industry’s only indisputable audit trail. The software provides tremendous flexibility for defining report criteria. DAS-SQL can generate reports by user, unit, user group or department, and allows users to define custom sorts and date ranges. These reports can be customized and automated along with a list of standard reports. The ultra-secure nature of the alert management features and SYSLOG capability puts the DAS-SQL platform in a security field all by itself.


DAS-SQL can scale to operate with thousands of access control units. The database resides on a centrally accessible server that enables administration of all units from a single desktop. The database can also be partitioned to enable multiple parties to manage, monitor, alert, and report on specific access points or groups of access points, as in allowing colocation clients to remotely monitor their own assets.


Partitions are used to create “virtual systems” within DAS-SQL. When partitions are not defined, every object (user, unit, zone, and user group) created in DAS-SQL is accessible to every other object. Partitions segment objects within DAS-SQL so that they are accessible only by other objects within that partition. For example, a colocation facility may want to segment its customers’ cabinets to create a distinct partition for each customer. Doing so allows each customer to remotely manage, monitor, and report on all of their own access points, without any visibility into objects outside their partition. The “system partition” still has access to all partitions, allowing colocation administrators to manage the entire system.

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