The Protege WX DIN Rail Single Door Controller is the central processing unit responsible for the control of security, access control and building automation in the Protege WX system. It communicates with all system modules, stores all configuration and transaction information, processes all system communication, and reports alarms and system activity to a monitoring station or remote computer.
Providing a highly sophisticated access control solution with large user capacity and extensive features:
Extending the Protege System with onboard local inputs and outputs allows convenient cost effective expansion without the increased cost of modules for simple system functions:
The Protege GX system's advanced programming features provide endless opportunities for customized automation. Output follows input programming allows any output or output group in the system to be intelligently controlled by any input or input type. This has a wide variety of applications: from turning on lights and climate control when motion is detected, to unlocking a specific door with a key switch, or auto arming an area after a period of inactivity.
Programmable functions are special applications that implement logical control of outputs, doors, areas, and other devices:
Protege WX launches in basic mode with full access control and intrusion detection ready to go. This hides the more complicated features, making the system more intuitive and simple to use. You can undertake an optional training course to unlock the advanced features including building automation, programmable functions and elevator control.
Featuring advanced integration of arming and disarming solutions for control of hundreds of alarm areas:
Firmware can be upgraded directly from the Protege WX interface.
RS-485 communication interface, and a 10/100 Ethernet communications port provide a complete solution for system expansion, offsite monitoring, system communication and integration.
Provides 1 RS-485 reader port, allowing the connection of up to 2 readers controlling 1 door.
RS-485 connections are configurable for OSDP protocol, offering additional security and adding 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.
|Product Name||Protege WX DIN Rail Single Door Controller||Protege WX DIN Rail Single Door Controller with POE|
|Operating Voltage||11-14V DC|
|Operating Current||120mA (typical)|
|DC Output (S+ S-)||10.45-13.85VDC 0.7A (typical) electronic shutdown at 1.1A||13VDC +/- 0.5 0.7A (typical) electronic shutdown at 1.1A|
|Total Combined Current*||0.82A (max)||0.6A total at outputs, inclusive of battery charging (PoE) / 1A total at outputs, plus battery charging (PoE+)|
|Battery Charging||-||300mA (typical)|
|Communication (Ethernet)||10/100Mbps Ethernet communication link|
|Communication (RS-485)||2 RS-485 communication interface ports - 1 for module communications, 1 for reader communication|
|Readers||1 RS-485 enabled reader port, allowing connection of up to 2 RS-485 capable readers providing entry/exit control for a single door|
|RS-485 reader port connections support configuration for OSDP protocol|
|Inputs and Outputs|
|Inputs||2 high security monitored inputs|
|Relay Outputs||1 Form C Relay - 7A N.O/N.C. at 30 VAC/DC resistive/inductive|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||78 x 90 x 60mm (3.07 x 3.54 x 2.36")|
|Weight||167g (5.89oz)||205g (7.23oz)|
|Operating Temperature||-10° to 55°C (14° to 131°F)|
|Storage Temperature||-10°- 85°C (14° - 185°F)|
|Humidity||0%-93% non condensing, indoor use only (relative humidity)|
|Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)||560,421 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 Controller and any devices connected to the Controller's outputs. The Auxiliary outputs and Bell output are directly connected via electronic fuses to the N+ N- input terminals, and the maximum current is governed by the trip level of these fuses.