DSX DSX-1020 Access control controller

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: DSX
  • Model code: DSX-1020
  • Controller Type: Standalone
  • Networkable: Yes
  • Communication Type: TCP/IP
Read more
Additional info:

DSX-1020The DSX-1020 is an independent processing 1 door package designed to be a cost effective building block platform that allows expansion in a scalable manner.  Each controller can be used in conjunction with all other DSX controllers as master or slave in the controller network.  The DSX-1020 is compatible with Wiegand, Barium Ferrite, Proximity, Bar Code, Magnetic Stripe, and Biometric readers.  The DSX-1020 has a standard configuration of 512K of Flash ROM and 512K of RAM.  The DSX-1020 communicates with the WinDSX Communication Server via TCP/IP LAN communication, Direct Serial Port connect, and Dial-up Phone Modem.

Read more
Make DSX
Manufacturer DSX - Europe Ltd.
Model code DSX-1020
Controller Type Standalone
Networkable Yes
Communication Type TCP/IP
Onboard No/Type of Inputs / Outputs 8 inputs, 2 outputs
Universal / Wiegand Reader Interface Yes
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 16.5 V AC
Power Consumption: 33 W
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 270 x 190 x 40
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: 0 ~ 55
Additional info DSX-1020The DSX-1020 is an independent processing 1 door package designed to be a cost effective building block platform that allows expansion in a scalable manner.  Each controller can be used in conjunction with all other DSX controllers as master or slave in the controller network.  The DSX-1020 is compatible with Wiegand, Barium Ferrite, Proximity, Bar Code, Magnetic Stripe, and Biometric readers.  The DSX-1020 has a standard configuration of 512K of Flash ROM and 512K of RAM.  The DSX-1020 communicates with the WinDSX Communication Server via TCP/IP LAN communication, Direct Serial Port connect, and Dial-up Phone Modem.
Download PDF version

Related Whitepapers

OSDP is the strongest access control for your business

Is your access control as effective as you think?

The role of IT in physical access control

Related tags