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Boasting excellent performance in many aspects, Dahua’s master access controller ASC2204C-H, is a good choice for large scale projects such as business parks, office buildings, banks, prisons, libraries, and commercial centers. The following features offer you security control in a simpler, smarter and more cost-effective way.

ONVIF compatibility 

Compatibility is a big plus. Dahua’s new master access controller (ASC2204C-H) allows third-party integration with ONVIF Profile C, CGI or SDK. It is equipped with an alarm of 8 zones, synchronising NTP, DST, and P2P. While capable of initiative register to platform, the system can also work offline to ensure uninterrupted operation.

By itself it can perform many useful functions. In terms of storage, it supports 200,000 valid cards and 150,000 records. To keep large areas safe, the master controller is designed with global anti-passback and global multi-door interlock, meaning any door in the system can be setup in an anti-passback rule, thus the function is not restricted to only one controller.

Wiegand support

With CAN bus, each master controller can cascade 16 slave controllers (ASC2104B-T/ASC2102B-T) and manage up to 68 doors, which reduces IP addresses and cable cost. Each slave controller supports 20,000 users and 30,000 offline logs and its slide design is smart and convenient. Given CAN bus communication and an adjustable transmission rate, the slave controller supports all Dahua readers as well as 3rd party Wiegand 26/34 bit readers.

In summary, the aforementioned features of Dahua’s new master access controllers (ASC2204C-H) matched with slave controllers (ASC2104B-T/ASC2102B-T) are compatible, competent and cost effective, especially when used in large scale applications such as business parks and scenarios alike. With each new innovative product, Dahua takes one step closer to enabling a safer society and smarter living.

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