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Detailed technical specifications of Vanderbilt AC5200, one of over 36 Access control controllers from Vanderbilt
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Vanderbilt AC5200 - ACC-Lite

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Vanderbilt AC5200 Access control controller
BrandVanderbilt
Model CodeAC5200
SeriesEntro Series
Controller TypeNetworkable
Max No. of Doors per Controller8
No of Cardholders40,000
Offline CapabilitiesYes
NetworkableYes
Communication TypeRS232, RS485, TCP/IP
Electrical SpecificationsVoltage: 8 ~ 40 V DC
Power Consumption: 100 mA
Physical SpecificationsDimensions mm: 248 x 182 x 66
Weight g: 600
Environmental SpecificationsOperating Temp oC: 0 ~ 50
Model Info

The AC5200 is a smaller version of Vanderbilt’ high-performance IP-based advanced central controller models (AC5100 and AC5102). It can manage up to 40‚000 cardholders.

The ACC-Lite has been specially designed to provide a low-cost alternative for smaller or branch installations. It provides one field level network (FLN) channel which is capable of hosting up to 8 doors for access control, monitoring input devices or controlling output devices.

Firmware can be easily downloaded or updated via TCP/IP connection without having to visit the controller cabinets. Communication with the host system occurs via a two-port Ethernet switch which provides 10/100Mb LAN connection. This makes it possible to “daisy chain” controllers. TCP/IP communication ensures the fastest possible transaction times between the host system and the field panels.

In case of power failure the database on the ACC-Lite is protected in battery-backed memory. This maintains the integrity of the access control data and ensures that the ACC-Lite is back online as soon as power is restored.

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