CEM DCM/310/006 two door controlller

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: CEM
  • Model code: DCM/310/006
  • Max No. of Doors per Controller: 2 doors/controller
  • No of Cardholders: 2,00,000 cardholders
  • Offline Capabilities: Yes
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Additional info:

CEM DCM/310/006 is a two door controlller designed to interface third-party read heads with the CEM range of access control systems. Feature includes: Support for two doors RS485 host connection Structured database allows storage of large amounts of cardholder records for off-line card validation Reader communications via standard Wiegand or Mag Stripe interfaces Eight Supervised inputs (four available per door) Two Relays (normally opened or normally closed) Self resetting fuses – saves maintenance time Onboard LED - provides visual status Dedicated Tamper input

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Make CEM
Manufacturer CEM Systems Ltd
Model code DCM/310/006
Max No. of Doors per Controller 2 doors/controller
No of Cardholders 2,00,000 cardholders
Offline Capabilities Yes
Universal / Wiegand Reader Interface Yes
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 11 ~ 15 V DC
Power Consumption: 170mA
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 180 x 120 x 20
Weight g: 100
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: -10 ~ +55 C (14 ~ 131 F)
Additional info CEM DCM/310/006 is a two door controlller designed to interface third-party read heads with the CEM range of access control systems. Feature includes:

  • Support for two doors
  • RS485 host connection
  • Structured database allows storage of large amounts of cardholder records for off-line card validation
  • Reader communications via standard Wiegand or Mag Stripe interfaces
  • Eight Supervised inputs (four available per door)
  • Two Relays (normally opened or normally closed)
  • Self resetting fuses – saves maintenance time
  • Onboard LED - provides visual status
  • Dedicated Tamper input
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