Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Vanderbilt
  • Model code: ANC1616-B
  • Operating Temperature <sup>o</sup>C: -20 ~ +60
  • Voltage: 12
  • Dimensions mm: 95 x 64 x 23
Additional info:

The ANC1616-B network server is a multi functional device that can be set to several modes. In the “CerPass” mode, the ANC1616-B facilitates communication between the AMS PC and door controllers through a TCP/IP Ethernet network. In the “Biometrics” mode, the ANC1616-B enables the connection of the Fingertip reader AR6332-BI to a TCP/IP Ethernet network. In the “Device Server” mode, the ANC1616-B connects the serial devices to a TCP/IP Ethernet Network. The ANC1616-B can be configured either locally (by using an emulation terminal on the serial connection PC to ANC1616-B) or remotely (by using a Telnet client). This configuration is stored in the EEProm of the ANC1616-B device and is retained even without electricity supply.

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Make Vanderbilt
Manufacturer Vanderbilt Industries
Model code ANC1616-B
Environmental Specifications Operating Temperature oC: -20 ~ +60
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 12
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 95 x 64 x 23
Accessories Access Network Converter
Additional info The ANC1616-B network server is a multi functional device that can be set to several modes. In the “CerPass” mode, the ANC1616-B facilitates communication between the AMS PC and door controllers through a TCP/IP Ethernet network. In the “Biometrics” mode, the ANC1616-B enables the connection of the Fingertip reader AR6332-BI to a TCP/IP Ethernet network. In the “Device Server” mode, the ANC1616-B connects the serial devices to a TCP/IP Ethernet Network. The ANC1616-B can be configured either locally (by using an emulation terminal on the serial connection PC to ANC1616-B) or remotely (by using a Telnet client). This configuration is stored in the EEProm of the ANC1616-B device and is retained even without electricity supply.
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