TAC I/NET — Access Control System

Product Profile

High performance security system you can rely on

Airports, utility companies, hospitals, universities and national laboratories, they all require seamless and 100-percent effective security systems they can depend on day in and day out.  TAC and I/NET Seven provide powerful and reliable security solutions for some of the world’s most demanding applications, with features that make your systems easy to install, operate, integrate, expand and maintain, throughout the life of your facilities.

No other security products give you the power of I/NET with the impeccable reputation and industry-leading performance of TAC.  You can rely on TAC for all your security needs.

Robust, stand-alone four-door access controller features:

  • Up to four readers and four doors per controller for flexible configurations
  • Flash memory for easy online software updates
  • Supports two-man rule and escorted access for increased security
  • Configurable audio tones to indicate valid card read, invalid card read and other types of events
  • Large alarm buffer protects integrity of alarm data
  • Small footprint for easy installation
  • Dynamic memory management allows maximum storage of card holders and transactions
  • Wide range of enclosures, battery options and power options lowers installation costs
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Technical Specification

Make TAC
Manufacturer TAC Satchwell
Model code TAC I/NET
Controller Type Standalone
Max No. of Doors per Controller 4 doors/controller
No of Cardholders 96,000 cardholders
Offline Capabilities Yes
Networkable Yes
Onboard No/Type of Inputs / Outputs 12 supervised inputs, 8 relay outputs
Universal / Wiegand Reader Interface Yes
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 24 V AC/DC
Power Consumption: 2A
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 216 x 127 x 64
Weight g: 7500
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: 0 ~ 50
Operating Humidity %: 10 ~ 80
Additional info All SCUs function as either a stand-alone device or as part of a larger local area network (LAN) host system.  By processing input data with programmed information, the SCU can control access into and exit from an area.  It can monitor the status of locks and doors and a wide variety of other security input devices such as Passive Infrared detectors.  The control unit in conjunction with a site controller can provide full entry and exit Anti-Passback control and complex sequence control.  Alarms and events are protected against power failure and can be routed to selected I/NET Seven clients and printers, and generate fault messages according to its programming.
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