HID HID® Aero X1100 Intelligent Controller

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: HID
  • Model code: HID® Aero X1100
  • Controller Type: Networkable
  • Max No. of Doors per Controller: 2
  • Offline Capabilities: Yes
Read more
Additional info:

OSDP Reader Support: Increases security and functionality with secure channel and bi-directional communications Robust Network Security: Supports mutual authentication using TLS 1.2 while running in a FIPS 140-2 approved operating environment on the intelligent controller IO Module Encryption: Enhances security between intelligent controller and IO modules with AES-256 encryption Crypto Chips: Protects against malicious attacks to keep keys and passwords safe Threat Levels: Define up to seven different threat levels that are used to instantaneously adjust user access during lockdowns and lockouts

Read more
Make HID
Manufacturer HID Global
Model code HID® Aero X1100
Controller Type Networkable
Max No. of Doors per Controller 2
Offline Capabilities Yes
Universal / Wiegand Reader Interface Yes
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 12 ~ 24 V DC
Power Consumption: 550mA
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 164 x 140 x 26
Weight g: 352
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: 0 ~ 70 C (32 ~ 158 F)
Operating Humidity %: 5 ~ 85
Additional info
  • OSDP Reader Support: Increases security and functionality with secure channel and bi-directional communications
  • Robust Network Security: Supports mutual authentication using TLS 1.2 while running in a FIPS 140-2 approved operating environment on the intelligent controller
  • IO Module Encryption: Enhances security between intelligent controller and IO modules with AES-256 encryption
  • Crypto Chips: Protects against malicious attacks to keep keys and passwords safe
  • Threat Levels: Define up to seven different threat levels that are used to instantaneously adjust user access during lockdowns and lockouts
Download PDF version Download PDF version

Related Whitepapers

A Brief History of Access Control Credentials

The 2020 State of Physical Access Control Report

Financial Institutions Require Future-Ready Physical Security Technologies