New PoE door controller stores up to 100,000 user credentials
September 20, 2023
By Canadian Consulting Engineer
The controller is designed for buildings and facilities that need a door controller and entry access control.
Intercom, access control, and emergency communication products maker Aiphone has introduced a PoE (Power over Ethernet) two-door controller, a recent addition to its recently launched AC Series access control portfolio.
Simple to install above interior doorways, the AC-2DM-B controls and unlocks the door it is mounted near, including another door within 500 feet. It can store up to 100,000 user credentials locally and up to 50,000 events.
To enhance security, an integrated infrared motion sensor can be used to allow immediate egress. An on-board LCD status screen clearly shows users if access is granted (green) or denied (red).
The two-door controller includes two Wiegand inputs, two outputs available with integrated power, and two solid state dry contact relay outputs. Another four additional inputs are also available. This enables the two-door controller to support various door control capabilities, such as exit buttons and door openers.
The AC-2DM-B is both NDAA and TAA compliant, along with UL 294 and ULC 5319-05 compliant. It is available in black; the AC-2DM-W is available in white.