Hirsch Electronics M8N2 - DIGI*TRAC 8-door controller for a high-integrity, enterprise-wide access control and security solution

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Hirsch Electronics
  • Model code: M8N2
  • Series: DIGI*TRAC
  • Controller Type: Standalone
  • Max No. of Doors per Controller: 8 doors/controller
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Controls 8 supervised door with miscellaneous inputs and outputs.  Can be both standalone or networked. Digital transmission including long wiring runs, multi-drop connections, LAN interface options and modem options.  Can perform local or remote programming.  Provides 10/100 Ethernet or direct connect RS-232 to host PC with XBox globalization to downstream controllers.  Provides up to 115KBps RS-485 and AES (128-bit Rijndael) encryption between "N2" controllers.

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Make Hirsch Electronics
Manufacturer Hirsch / IDENTIVE
Model code M8N2
Series DIGI*TRAC
Controller Type Standalone
Max No. of Doors per Controller 8 doors/controller
No of Cardholders 4,000 cardholders
Offline Capabilities Yes
Networkable Yes
Communication Type LAN, RS-485, RS-232
Onboard No/Type of Inputs / Outputs 8 alarm inputs
Universal / Wiegand Reader Interface Yes
Dial-up Functionality Yes
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 115 ~ 230 V AC
Power Consumption: 2.9 Amp
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 559 x 510 x 159
Weight g: 27,200
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: 0 ~ 60
Operating Humidity %: 0 ~ 90
Additional info

Controls 8 supervised door with miscellaneous inputs and outputs.  Can be both standalone or networked. Digital transmission including long wiring runs, multi-drop connections, LAN interface options and modem options.  Can perform local or remote programming.  Provides 10/100 Ethernet or direct connect RS-232 to host PC with XBox globalization to downstream controllers.  Provides up to 115KBps RS-485 and AES (128-bit Rijndael) encryption between "N2" controllers.

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