A device for building access control and alarm systems.

Microprocessor-based executive-monitoring address device that receives signals from barriers, turnstiles and other devices and transmits to the control controller. Up to three actuators can be connected in total.

Fields of application

Control over entry/exit points of individuals of remote production and administrative premises of the enterprise

  • Sluices
  • Offices
  • Working premises
  • Turnstiles
Main feature
  • Ability to set the response (bridge) to change inputs, power on the controller, loss or restoration of communication with the controller.
Controller capabilities
  • Two-way communication with PCE or other controller;
  • Identification of the code from the code reader (USC) and transfer it to the controller;
  • Identification of button presses and sensor responses;
  • Control of actuators.
DC supply voltage, V 10 to 36
Current consumption, mA up to 250
Power consumption, W to 6
The maximum length of the communication line with the MC
- RS-485, 1200
Data transfer rate via RS-485, bit / sec 9600
Data transfer rate via ETHERNET, Mbit / sec 100
Number of connected USC 2
The connection settings for 2 USC
Interface type Wiegand
Reader supply voltage, V 13
Maximum current consumption of the reader, mA 200
Maximum code length, bits 64
Number of analog inputs for connecting sensors/ alarm loops 6
Characteristics for 2 digital inputs
Maximum input voltage, V 6
Resistance pull-up to +5V, Om 1000
Short-circuit current, mA 5
Survey period, MS 10
Number of digital outputs 4
Characteristics for 4 digital outputs
Short-circuit current, mA 16
No-load voltage, V 16
Voltage at current 10 mA, V 6
Number of relay outputs 3
Characteristics of analog inputs (for connection of 6 sensors / alarm loops )
Maximum input voltage, V 6
Resistance suspenders +5V, Om 1000
Short-circuit current, mA 5
Number of analog signal performance levels 8
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