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|Discretes:||8 (expandable to 16).|
|Number of Doors:||2.|
|Interfaces:||4 10BaseT LAN ports. |
1 50-pin Amphenol connector.
1 RJ11 D-Wire port.
1 USB Craft port.
|Power Input:||Dual -48 VDC.|
|Fuse:||3/4 Amp GMT.|
|Visual Interface:||9 Front panel LEDs. |
5 Back panel LEDs.
|Mounting:||19" or 23" rack.|
|Rack Space:||1 RU.|
|Operating Temperature:||32 - 140 degrees F (0 - 60 degrees C).|
|Operating Humidity:||0 - 95% non-condensing.|
If you're in need of a 2-in-1 box that can control building access and monitor critical alarms, then the NetGuardian ECU X2 is the device for you. With this RTU, you'll be able to monitor 8 (expandable to 16) discrete alarm points and 4 analog (user-definable) alarm points. On top of this network monitoring, you'll also have support for controlling access to dual doors (the unit stores the door access codes locally).
This device is compatible with keypads, proxy card readers (supports 26 & 37 bit cards), or the DPS combination unit (Building Access Proxy Keypad). This device is perfect for adding total security to your sites. From this same 1 RU of space, you can monitor critical alarms to secure your network equipment and physically protect the site by controlling door access - all from 1 RU of space.
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