|Package Dimensions||40.2 x 28.9 x 7.7 cm; 3.96 Kilograms|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Item Weight||3.96 kg|
UHPPOTE Commercial Grade Four Door Security Access Control Panel Including Power Supply with Backup Batter Link
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- Input Voltage: AC110V (Power's Transformer with UL-Recognized)
- Control of memory up to 20,000 user / Up to 100,000 event buffers
- Network communication via TCP/IP
- Input Format of Reader: Wiegand 26-40 bit (All 125KHz or 13.56MHz card reader with compatible protocol)
- Software Supportable Database: Access & SQL
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Features of access board:
Software Supportable Database: Access & SQL
Power Supply Input: DC/12V
Input Format of Reader: Wiegand 26-40 bit (All 125KHz or 13.56MHz card reader with compatible protocol)
Quantity of Readers: 4 units
Door Controlled: 4 door (Get in the door by swiping card, and get out door by button)
Quantity of Users: 20,000 users
Quantity of Event Buffers (offline): 100,000 event buffers
Max Distance from Reader to Controller: 100m/328ft (suggestion distance 80m/262ft)
Alarm for Long Time Door Open, Unlawful Entry, Intimidate
Fire and alarm linkage: If no connection with the expansion board, only has software interface alarm, and drive the computer speaker. If connected with expansion board, is able to alarm by hardware, if connected with strengthened expansion board, then is able to Security alarm
Compulsive open and close door at long time: Yes
Open door in remote distance: Yes
Inter block: Yes
Anti pass back and tail: Yes
Multi card open door: Yes
Open long time at specified time: Yes
Urgency locking: Yes
First card unlocking: Yes
Features of power box:
Built-in reverse surge protection and Short-circuit protection function
With charge and discharge function,can add a 7AH 12V lead-acid battery,can meet the needs of an electric mortise lock,a card reader and a controller to work 35 hours after power failure (External battery not included)
Setting automatic protection function, built-in fuse
Two +12V and two GND terminals
Specifications of power box:
12V/24V Adjustable Output: No
Weight: 3.3Kg / 5.5lb
1 x Access Control Board
1 x Power Supply Box
1 x CD
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This device is managed over wired Ethernet by a free windows application from Wiegand China. While the software is quite capable, it is also quite dated (circa-2005) with a Windows-7 look and feel that has options to run the database in either Access or SQL. The most useful features are not enabled by default but are added as optional plug-ins that are resident and easy to do but you need to restart the app every time you add a feature.
Ethernet communications to the controller operate on default port 60000 sans IP address, optionally you can set an IP address and gateway via the software, but note this solution does not support DHCP nor IPv6. Also the controller does not support an on-board web interface. Really this device can benefit from having it's Ethernet adapter replaced with a cheap Linux-capable SoC with the management software, database, and web-based U/I co-resident. This would also enable native SSH, IPSec, and OpenVPN support for options in providing database back-up support and interfacing to other security systems, as well as local script execution in a variety of programming languages.
Annoyances: The monitoring interface does not report door lock state. A door that is closed but locked looks the same as a door that is closed but unlocked.
So, why so many channels for one door? On my application, I want a front door that is controlled during non-business hours, that has the option to be open during business hours, and where we can lock up at any time. I also interface this system to the burglar alarm such that when someone swipes in, the system automatically is disarmed, and when someone swipes a special reader the alarm is armed and everything locks up. Here are the issues:
Requirement: Timed open for business hours, but we need to ensure someone is present before opening the door: The "First Card Open" is great, you can set a schedule where the door is controlled normally, then set the door to unlock after a certain time but only after the door has a valid swipe. This ensures that someone is there before executing the timed open. Problem: Once swiped to the open state, it stays there for the duration of the time period with no way to manually reset it back to the 'waiting for first swipe' state. Also, I wanted a dedicated reader to both arm the alarm system and 'lock-up' the office. Lastly, I wanted the system to log who did what and when so I can correlate this data with the security camera footage.
The Alarm Interface module has 1 input and 4 outputs. The single input has one main function: unlock all doors in the event of a fire alarm. The four outputs have limited triggers, mostly 'issues' such as Threat, Open too long, Door forced, and Invalid card swipe (3x). It would have been nice to have more inputs with generic triggers (reset First Card Open, or reset Door As Switch, assert Forced Lock, for example). It also would be nice to be able to program a relay to assert on a valid card read from group of certain doors, bad card read on the first time (to trigger a camera).
Overall relay assertion timers are configurable to 1s resolution. It would be nice for 100ms resolution.
What I ended up doing:
Ch-1 is the front door control. It has the fancy keypad reader. The RTE signal is routed to the PIR sensor and to Ch-2's door relay.
Ch-2 is the timed-open control. This is configured via Task List to 'qualify' the time the door is available to be unlocked during regular business hours. The time schedule is set for 0800-1700. It does not assert Ch-1's RTE, it just routes the signal through it's relay to Ch-3 and Ch-4's relays.
Ch-3 is configured with the 'Door As Switch' feature. This feature toggles the door control relay with each swipe. It's relay asserts Ch-1's RTE, but only if Ch-2 is asserted. So, the door will be timed-unlocked only if Door-As-Switch is asserted, and one can go back to access-controlled mode by swiping it again (lunch break, going home early, whatever...). Now, I only needed a way to ensure that Door As Switch is reset when the time period has expired or the alarm is armed. I discovered that Door-As-Switch will reset to the 'off' state after an RTE event. This reset is driven from the timed period expiration OR Ch-4 (the alarm arm channel). I used a cheap programmable timer module (type YYC-2S, P35 A0.5 B0.5) driven from Ch-2's NC contact, and diode-OR it's output with Ch-4.
Ch-4 is the alarm arm control. It is provisioned as if a regular door but it's output asserts Ch-3's RTE to reset the Door-As-Switch function and ensure that the front door reverts back from timed open to access controlled mode.
The security alarm interface is a hack, where I use YYC-2S timer modules wired to the swipe interface Beep/LED interface as a valid card swipe discriminator (differentiate between the fast blink of a rejected swipe from the long blink of a valid swipe. There is one to qualify Disarm using swipes from Ch-1 and Ch-3 diode-ORd together, and one to qualify Arm from Ch-4 swipes.
This whole mess would have been much with the following features added:
1) Ability to 'reset' First Card Open with a trigger (external signal, another valid swipe, another channel's activation, ideally a combination of these like 2nd valid swipe OR another channel's activation.)
2) More flexible I/O. It would be nice to have more inputs as triggers to set/reset things like First Card Open, Forced Lock, etc. Also, having more triggers for the relays would be great, such as valid single reads from one or more doors, and invalid single reads from one or more doors.
3) I'd like to see door lock status reported in the monitor icons.
Reviewed in the United States on 20 October 2020