Access Portal Hardware - IPS Boxed Solutions
Access Control Hardware
Portal Access Control Hardware - IPS BOXED SOLUTIONS WITHOUT LCD
The IPS (integrated power supply) boxed solutions bring a new level of simplicity and convenience to installing an access control system, with all the key requirements housed in one secure box.
The powder coated metal housing is fitted with a high-end Meanwell switch mode power supply, and the solution comes pre-wired to ensure a rapid installation.
Another innovation is true plug-and-play hardware, which enables modules to simply clip into each other for an instant power and comms connection, without complex wiring. Each box can house up to four modules, whether Wiegand reader modules, Antenna reader modules or digital I/O modules, coupled with the cluster controller, to provide in case of power failures. The Access Portal Lite solution has the added benefit of a fully embedded web solution, which means no PC or additional software is required. Once wired, the system is configured through a web page making this one of the easiest systems to configure and setup. enhanced flexibility for your specific installation needs. The housing also includes side breakouts, for seamless cable installation, when mounting a bank of boxes, as well as a standard cylinder breakout for the installation of a lock. The boxed solution comes with an optional 7 AH battery to ensure you are always backed up.
Portal Access Control Hardware - IPS BOXED SOLUTION WITH LCD
The IPS boxed solution with an LCD screen, makes true “access in a box” a reality. With all the key requirements housed in one secure metal box, deploying an access control solution into a small site has never been easier.
The boxed solution is prewired, making for a quicker installation. The unit includes a Meanwell switch mode power supply as well as fused battery leads, a charging circuit and space for an optional 7AH battery. This ensures that even if there is a loss of power, your access control continues without a problem. Access in a Box is also one of the world’s first to offer APB (anti pass back) door mode for small installations. The system is designed to support up to eight APB doors in a single IPS box and 1,000 tagholders, whilst still offering simple scalability to ensure the solution grows with your needs. A key innovation of Access in a Box, also known as Access Portal Lite, is that there is no requirement for a computer – everything from enrolment, configuration and commissioning can be undertaken through the LCD touch-screen. This can also be done through a web page on any HTML5 compliant device, such as a cellphone, tablet or laptop if you prefer. Other security features include the use of a tamper switch on the box, which will send an alert in the event of it being opened. Flexibility has been achieved through the use of true plug-andplay technology whereby each box can house up to four reader modules, which simply plug into the cluster controller. This gives you enhanced flexibility to build a solution specific to your needs. As all boxed solutions have a fully embedded web solution, the reports can be accessed from anywhere in the world, as long as there is an internet connection to the access control system. Giving you the power to manage your site 24-hours a day, no matter your location. The system also includes an onboard audit trail, for enhanced security
Portal Access Control Hardware - IPS BOXED SOLUTION: WIEGAND MODULE
The Impro Wiegand Reader Module (WRM) is one of the new, 3rd-generation, Access Portal Cluster Modules from Impro Technologies.
This Cluster Extension Module may be plugged into an existing Cluster (or connected to a Cluster Controller Module via S-Bus) to add full Anti Pass-back (APB) control of one door, or Single Entry Access Control of two doors.
The Module has two full-featured Wiegand Reader Terminals with their associated Relays, Door Open Sense and Request To Exit digital inputs.
The Wiegand Reader Module is presently available as a Cluster Module in a black ABS plastic Housing - and a PCB Card version for installation into an IPS (Integrated Power Supply) Housing.
• Cost effective, modular solution that offers:
− Scaling to the size requirement of the application
− Expansion - Quick and convenient (plug-in) should needs increase
− Zero System Downtime - (When plugged into the Cluster Controller) - Replacing a WRM only requires downtime on the doors associated with the Expansion Modules that are disconnected (the Tag memory and Transaction Buffer reside in the Cluster Controller).
− Hot Swappable - No need to power down when plugging, unplugging and wiring of modules.
• 3-Year Warranty on Hardware
• A Software utility to upgrade Firmware while installed on-site, without removal of the WRM (WRM must be clustered with its CCM.)
Portal Access Control Hardware - IPS BOXED SOLUTION: ANTENNA MODULE
The Impro Antenna Reader Module (ARM) is one of the new, 3rd-generation, Access Portal Cluster Modules from Impro Technologies. This Cluster Extension Module may be plugged into an existing Cluster (or connected to a Cluster Controller Module via SBus) to add full Anti Pass-back (APB) control of one door, or Single Entry Access Control of two doors. The Module has two full-featured Antenna Reader Terminals with their associated Relays, Door Open Sense and Request To Exit digital inputs. The Antenna Reader Module is presently available as a Cluster Module in a black ABS plastic Housing - and a PCB Card version for installation into an IPS (Integrated Power Supply) Housing.
• Cost effective, modular solution that allows for: − Scaling to the size requirement of the application − Expansion - Quick and convenient (plug-in) should needs increase − Zero Downtime – Replacing an ARM will not require downtime (the Tag memory and Transaction Buffer reside in the CCM).
• A Software utility to upgrade Firmware while installed on-site, without removal of the ARM.
• Flexibility in installation – The ARM may be: − Plugged (together with other Expansion Modules into the CCM, forming part of a “Cluster” of Impro Controller Modules − Installed up to 150 away from its CCM (connected via S-Bus) − Installed (as a PCB Card) in a 19” Rack version of the system
• The ARM supports the following tags: − Slim Tags (Read only) − Omega Tags (Read Only) − Philips HITAG™ 1 and Philips HITAG™ 2 (Read/Write) − HID 125 kHz Tags (Read Only). NOTE: HID is a registered trademark of HID Global Corporation (an ASSA ABLOY Group Brand).
• 16-step Auto-tune that allows for increased cable distances of up to 25 m (82 ft.) for Non-keypad Antenna Readers and up to 16 m (53 ft.) for Keypad Antenna Readers. • End-of-Line (EOL) Sensing on Door Open Sensor (DOS) Inputs.
• Connection to up to two Antenna Readers per ARM, allowing Relaxed or Full Anti-passback (APB) access. • An excellent user interface consisting of 8 LED “Diagnostic Indicators”.
• Two independent single-pole, double-throw (SPDT) Relay Outputs which let you interface to door strikes, magnetic locks and other third-party devices (for example alarms panels or lighting). • IXP220 / ImproNet System Compatible
• Four Dry Contact Digital Inputs including two Door Open Sensor (DOS) and two Request to Exit (RTE) Inputs. (When used in Access Portal Pro or IXP220 Systems, these inputs may be configured for other uses, including: Scanner Inhibit, Alarm interface and Action Request)
• A Software utility to upgrade Firmware while installed on-site, without removal of the ARM (provided the ARM is clustered with its CCM).
Portal Access Control Hardware - IPS BOXED SOLUTION: DIGITAL IO MODULE
The digital I/O controller module brings a world of flexibility and customisation to our access control system and the automation of your building. The module offers true plug-and-play connectivity, which ensures that both installation and future expansion is quick and convenient. It is a gateway to multiple connect and disconnect options and a must have for any integration, for installations both large and small. Each module has eight digital inputs and four relay outputs which gives you the ability to create a custom sequence of events, such as · Activating sirens for the beginning and end of shifts, or turnstile indicators · Controlling elevators (lifts), alarm systems and fire control · Managing emergency door control · Creating unique sequences of events such as starting machinery or deactivating intrusion systems The digital inputs also include end-of-line (EOL) sensing for added protection, which can be configured to raise an alarm if cables are broken or tampered with. In addition, up to eight modules can be connected to a single cluster controller, to provide as many as 64 inputs and 32 outputs, making the solution highly cost-effective and flexible. Another key benefit of the module is that firmware upgrades can be undertaken onsite, with no need to remove the module, resulting in zero downtime. The module is available in a stand-alone plastic housing, or integrated into a boxed solution with an integrated power supply.