Mercury Security MR62e IP-enabled interface module

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Mercury Security
  • Model code: MR62e
  • Series: MR SIO Series 3
  • Controller Type: Networkable
  • Networkable: Yes
Additional info:

IP-to-the-Door Edge-capable input/output module supporting PoE+ power Provides up to 1.5 A of power at door for reader, lock and more Security and Network IPv4/6 Intelligent controller to 62e communications protected by TLS 1.2/1.1 or AES-256/128 Generate and load custom peer certificates for TLS FIPS 140-2 user of OpenSSL Port based network access control using 802.1X Zerconf Device Discovery (mDNS) Card Reader Functions OSDP Readers Only Supports multiple card formats, paired and alternate readers, elevator, turnstile and biometric devices Anti-passback support (area, reader and time based) Programmable keypad user commands

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Make Mercury Security
Manufacturer Mercury Security, part of HID Global
Model code MR62e
Series MR SIO Series 3
Controller Type Networkable
Networkable Yes
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 12 V DC, PoE
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 140 x 70 x 24
Weight g: 112
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: 0 ~ 70 C (32 ~ 158 F)
Operating Humidity %: 5 ~ 95
Additional info

IP-to-the-Door

  • Edge-capable input/output module supporting PoE+ power
  • Provides up to 1.5 A of power at door for reader, lock and more

Security and Network

  • IPv4/6
  • Intelligent controller to 62e communications protected by TLS 1.2/1.1 or AES-256/128
  • Generate and load custom peer certificates for TLS
  • FIPS 140-2 user of OpenSSL
  • Port based network access control using 802.1X
  • Zerconf Device Discovery (mDNS)

Card Reader Functions

  • OSDP Readers Only
  • Supports multiple card formats, paired and alternate readers, elevator, turnstile and biometric devices
  • Anti-passback support (area, reader and time based)
  • Programmable keypad user commands
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