Vicon VAX-1D-REX single door access control controller

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Vicon
  • Model code: VAX-1D-REX
  • Controller Type: Networkable
  • Max No. of Doors per Controller: 1 doors/controller
  • Networkable: Yes
Additional info:

Vicon VAX-1D-REX single door access control controller offers a unique design and patent-pending hardware that provides the option of over-the-door mounting and edge approach. Vicon access control is a full-featured credential-based system running on a TCP/IP network. It can be accessed and controlled by a standard web browser on a local or wide area network, the Internet or a wireless network. No software installation is required to access the system. It is fully compatible with ViconNet® video management system and combining the two provides a complete solution for access control and video surveillance applications from small systems to very large systems is thousands of access/monitoring points.

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Make Vicon
Manufacturer Vicon Industries
Model code VAX-1D-REX
Controller Type Networkable
Max No. of Doors per Controller 1 doors/controller
Networkable Yes
Universal / Wiegand Reader Interface Yes
Electrical Specifications Voltage: PoE
Power Consumption: 20 W
Additional info

Vicon VAX-1D-REX single door access control controller offers a unique design and patent-pending hardware that provides the option of over-the-door mounting and edge approach. Vicon access control is a full-featured credential-based system running on a TCP/IP network. It can be accessed and controlled by a standard web browser on a local or wide area network, the Internet or a wireless network. No software installation is required to access the system. It is fully compatible with ViconNet® video management system and combining the two provides a complete solution for access control and video surveillance applications from small systems to very large systems is thousands of access/monitoring points.

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