Access Portal modules simply clip into the cluster controller for one of the most rapid installation procedures ever seen. With just one click, your power and communication cabling is done. Alternatively, the module can be installed up to 150 metres* from the controller.
Mix and match
Up to eight modules, of any variant, can be installed with a single cluster controller. This provides a huge amount of flexibility to meet different installation needs, with off-the-shelf hardware, as well as significant cost savings.
Wiegand: most common communication method for access control devices.
Manages two Impro readers per module. Enables the use of third party products such as biometrics, ANPR and long-range readers.
IO8: comprises eight digital inputs and eight relay outputs, for multiple connect/ disconnect options such as elevators, intrusion systems and lighting control.
S-Series: highly cost-effective solution with anti-cloning protection
and three-core cabling. Manages four Impro readers per module.
Antenna: older 125KHz communication protocol, which manages two
Impro readers. Ideal for cost sensitive markets not requiring high
* Excludes Antenna modules
12 VDC nominal, 15 VDC max, polarity sensitive
|Power Requirement @ 12VDC Relays Off||
37 mA current
|Relay Power Requirements @ 12VDC||
An additional ~0.4 W per relay used
|Power Input Protection||
Reverse polarity and over-current protection transient voltage protection
2 dry contact inputs with end-of-line (EOL) sensing and 2 dry contact inputs without end-of-line (EOL) sensing
|Number of Relay Outputs||
Relay output: 2x independent, single-pole, double-throw (SPDT) dry contact relays
NO • COM • NC
10 A at 28 V DC
-25° to +60° C [-13° to +140° F]
-40° to +80° C [-40° to +176° F]
0 to 95% relative humidity non-condensing (at +40° C / +104° F)
Wiegand Reader Module: IP20