The Protege DIN Rail 2 Door Reader Expander delivers up to 4 reader inputs and 2 locking device outputs for access management in the Protege system. With 8 inputs that can be used for extended monitoring functionality, and 6 open collector outputs available for management of controllable devices, the DIN Rail 2 Door Reader Expander features extensive hardware advancements that support flexible security and access control, alarm monitoring and building automation.
Provides 2 reader ports that can be independently configured for either Wiegand or RS-485 reader operation, allowing the connection of up to 4 readers controlling 2 doors.
Choose Wiegand readers for compatibility with all standard access control systems, or RS-485 for fast, secure communication. RS-485 readers provide the added benefits of being easier and more cost effective to wire and deploy, and allow for direct integration with Protege systems, enabling you to make changes on the fly once readers are installed. RS-485 also allows for longer cable runs and offers a simpler firmware update process. OSDP protocol configuration in RS-485 offers additional security and adds scalability, flexibility and ease of implementation.*
* The ICT implementation of OSDP conforms to a subset of the OSDP functionality. For specifications and reader configuration, refer to AN-254 Configuring OSDP Readers, available from the Integrated Control Technology website.
Device power is supplied from a 12VDC input. Ultra low current requirements ensure cost effective power distribution.
Featuring advanced integration of arming and disarming solutions for control of hundreds of alarm areas, the module allows a user to arm and disarm an area from an input associated with a door:
Expanding the Protege system with local inputs and outputs from the Reader Expander allows for a convenient, cost effective expansion and the added benefit of dual functionality on door monitoring inputs.:
A single RS-485 communication interface port used for all network communication functions and interconnection to other modules.
Utilizing the latest flash technology and high performance communication mediums, the firmware can be updated via the Protege interface.
|DC Input Voltage||11-14VDC|
|DC Output Voltage||10.83-14.0VDC 0.7A (typical) electronic shutdown at 1.1A|
|(DC IN Pass Through)||Reader 1&2 10.45-13.85VDC pass through share 0.7A (typical) electronic shutdown at 1.1A|
|Operating Current||80mA (typical)|
|Total Combined Current*||1.56A (max)|
|Low Voltage Cutout||8.7VDC|
|Low Voltage Restore||10.5VDC|
|Offline Access Modes||All Users, First 10 Users plus 150 Card Cache, No Users|
|Reader Configurations||2 reader ports that can be independently configured for either Wiegand (up to 1024 bits configurable) or RS-485, allowing connection of up to 4 readers providing entry/exit control for two doors **|
|RS-485 reader port connections support configuration for OSDP protocol|
|Lock Outputs||2 Form C relay outputs, 7A N.O/N.C. at 30 VAC/DC resistive/inductive|
|PGM Outputs||6 (50mA max) open collector|
|Inputs||8 high security monitored inputs (10ms to 1hr input speed programmable)|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||156.8 x 90 x 60mm (6.17 x 3.54 x 2.36")|
|Operating Temperature||UL/ULC 0° to 49°C (32° to 120°F) : EU EN -10° to 55°C (14° to 131°F)|
|Storage Temperatue||-10°- 85°C (14° - 185°F)|
|Humidity||0%-93% non condensing, indoor use only (relative humidity)|
|Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)||622,997 hours (calculated using RFD 2000 (UTE C 80-810) Standard)|
* The Total Combined Current refers to the current that will be drawn from the external power supply to supply the expander and any devices connected to its outputs. The Auxiliary outputs are directly connected via thermal resettable fuses to the N+ N- input terminals, and the maximum current is governed by the trip level of these fuses.
** Each reader port supports either Wiegand or RS-485 reader operation, but not both at the same time. If combining reader technologies, they must be connected on separate ports.
The ICT implementation of OSDP conforms to a subset of the OSDP functionality. For specifications and reader configuration, refer to AN-254 Configuring OSDP Readers, available from the Integrated Control Technology website.