ACTpro 4000 Two Door Controller From ACT Designed To Suit Installations With Large Traffic Volumes

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The ACTpro 4000 two door controller from Access Control Technology (ACT) Ltd is the latest product to be added to the hugely popular ACTpro range of access control solutions. This two door controller has been designed to suit installations where the traffic volumes are large and changes to the card holder database are a daily occurrence.  

Networkable to up to 4,000 doors the ACTpro 4000 can manage up to 60,000 users and changes to large databases can be affected up to ten times faster than previously. Installation has been simplified by the inclusion of an auto-discovery button in the ACTWin 2.8 software. When this is pressed all the controllers and door stations on the network are located. The installer can view the controller configuration and verify network communications via a specially designed controller status web page.  

The ACTpro 4000 is a popular addition to the ACTpro range. This scalable card access control system has been designed to facilitate the most demanding requirements for any size of enterprise.  Highly flexible and feature rich the ACTpro access control solution can currently be found in government sites, major educational facilities, pharmaceutical organizations, hospitals, prisons and retail chain stores.

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Technical Specification

Make ACT
Manufacturer Vanderbilt Industries
Model code ACTpro 4000
Series ACTPro Series
Controller Type Networkable
Max No. of Doors per Controller 16
No of Cardholders 60,000
Networkable Yes
Communication Type TCP/IP Networking
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 12 V DC
Power Consumption: 400 mA
Physical Specifications Weight g: 800
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: 0 ~ +50
Additional info The ACTpro 4000 is a two door controller that can extend to a total of 16 doors via ACTpro door stations. In turn up to 250 ACTpro 4000s may be networked via a PC interface to facilitate up to 4,000 doors. The ACTpro 4000 can support 60,000 users.
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