THE RKAT MODULE IS an option. It includes the module, Windows software and cable. Needed to enable the audit trail feature. The picture
on the left is a screen shot of the software. The picture on the right is of the module that connects
to the proximity reader. The RKAT Audit Trail Module for the
Radio Key® 600 adds powerful
transaction history capability at minimal
By connecting a serial printer, the user can
print date and time stamped transactions
as they occur, a key tag/PIN status report,
or a list of the last 150 transactions. The
programming keypad is used to select
print functions. With a PC, the user can
program the unit, produce reports with
user names and information, backup/restore key tag/PIN programming or copy
programming from one Radio Key® 600 to another
The module plugs permanently into the RK600 circuit board, and fits inside the reader
housing. A four-wire cable with DB-25 connector is included for easy connection to a
PC, or to a Serial Printer with a customer-supplied gender changer. Secura Key's
Optional CBLSA cable kit and a customer-supplied, six conductor, RJ-11 wall jack
allows the temporary connection of a portable printer or laptop PC. RK-LINK™
software for all versions of Windows®. Will work with Windows 10 also. Software upgrades are free to download from the Securakey website.Note
: The cable that comes with the unit is only about 4 feet long. For longer distances,
up to 300 feet (91 meters), you can use 4-conductor, low capacitance Shielded 18-24 AWG cable.
Just splice it in.
Also, the software only comes on a CD. If your computer won't read this type then this software may also be download from the Securakey web site
•Program unit with PC
•Upload History to PC for display/printout
•Upload key tag or PIN status to PC
•Download key tag or pin status to RK600
•Copy key tag or PIN status from one RK600
to others using a PC
•Print the latest 150 date and time stamped
transactions from memory
•Print date and time stamped transactions as
•Print key tag or PIN Status ReportAudit Trail Troubleshooting Guide
Check each of the following items:
A) Comm Port
1. Windows Control Panel
2. Modems, Diagnostics
3. Verify which comm port is available
With the Audit Trail Module connected, and RK-Link running, verify the following Voltages & Pin connections:
RKAT Wire Color Function DB9 Pins DB25 Pins Voltages
Red RXD 3 2 -5 vdc to -12 vdc
Orange CTS 4 20 +5 vdc to +12 vdc
Brown TXD 2 3 -5 vdc to -12 vdc
Black GND 5 7
The Black wire is the reference for all voltage measurements.
1. RXD signal from PC.
2. CTS signals from PC.
3. TXD signal from AT module.
If both RXD and CTS signals are missing you are not connected to a comm port. The comm port may be bad, or the comm port connections may be faulty.
C) Software Conflicts
1. Type CTL ALT DELETE
2. End all tasks except SYSTRAY and EXPLORER
3. Run software and try to connect.