Vanderbilt ACTpro-1500PoE single door IP controller

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Vanderbilt
  • Model code: ACTpro-1500PoE
  • Controller Type: Networkable
  • Max No. of Doors per Controller: 1 doors/controller
  • No of Cardholders: 60,000 cardholders
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Additional info:

A single door cloud IP controller with PoE++ power supply unit Dual port Ethernet switch, allows for a max of 4 hubbed controllers 60,000 Users Compatible with all ACTpro systems Mains present (Line voltage) Monitoring Emergency Door Release (EDR) / Breakglass Monitoring or Deadbolt monitoring Tamper monitoring Faults reported in ACT Enterprise software Anti-Passback Fire Override Airlock/Interlock Arm/Disarm intruder panel Elevator control TCP / IP - DHCP / Static IP addresses Extra rights and door plans included Bluetooth mobile credential support via OSDP or Wiegand bluetooth readers

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Make Vanderbilt
Manufacturer Vanderbilt Industries
Model code ACTpro-1500PoE
Controller Type Networkable
Max No. of Doors per Controller 1 doors/controller
No of Cardholders 60,000 cardholders
Networkable Yes
Universal / Wiegand Reader Interface Yes
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 11 ~ 24 V DC, PoE
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 355 x 305 x 95
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: -10 ~ 40 C (14 ~ 104 F)
Operating Humidity %: 75
Additional info
  • A single door cloud IP controller with PoE++ power supply unit
  • Dual port Ethernet switch, allows for a max of 4 hubbed controllers
  • 60,000 Users
  • Compatible with all ACTpro systems
  • Mains present (Line voltage) Monitoring
  • Emergency Door Release (EDR) / Breakglass Monitoring or Deadbolt monitoring
  • Tamper monitoring
  • Faults reported in ACT Enterprise software
  • Anti-Passback
  • Fire Override
  • Airlock/Interlock
  • Arm/Disarm intruder panel
  • Elevator control
  • TCP / IP - DHCP / Static IP addresses
  • Extra rights and door plans included
  • Bluetooth mobile credential support via OSDP or Wiegand bluetooth readers
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