ISONAS IPBridge-2 2 Door Access Control System

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: ISONAS
  • Model code: IPBridge-2
  • Standalone/ Networked/ PC: Networked
  • Reader Type: Wiegand
  • Max Doors per System: 2
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ISONAS IPBridge-2 is a 2 door access control system that replaces existing panels and eliminates the need to rip and replace existing hardware to upgrade system. It seamlessly allows migration to a Pure IP Access Control Solution by bridging Wiegand systems with Pure IP Systems. It supports standard door hardware, including Wiegand readers. The dual network port allows interconnection of multiple IP-Bridges. Each door is capable of storing 20,000 cardholders, 5000 access events and 32 time zones which can be configured and accessed by an external host system. The local mode feature allows readers to function without the host. This results in faster user response times, less network traffic and reduced host system loading.

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Make ISONAS
Manufacturer ISONAS, Inc.
Model code IPBridge-2
Standalone/ Networked/ PC Networked
Reader Type Wiegand
Max Doors per System 2
No of Cardholders 20,000
Environmental Specifications Operating Temperature oC: -40 ~ +50 C (-40 ~ +122 F)
Operating Humidity %: 0 ~ 90
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 12 V DC, 24 V DC, PoE, PoE+
Power Consumption: 260mA @ 12 V DC
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 160 x 90 x 57
Additional info

ISONAS IPBridge-2 is a 2 door access control system that replaces existing panels and eliminates the need to rip and replace existing hardware to upgrade system. It seamlessly allows migration to a Pure IP Access Control Solution by bridging Wiegand systems with Pure IP Systems. It supports standard door hardware, including Wiegand readers. The dual network port allows interconnection of multiple IP-Bridges. Each door is capable of storing 20,000 cardholders, 5000 access events and 32 time zones which can be configured and accessed by an external host system. The local mode feature allows readers to function without the host. This results in faster user response times, less network traffic and reduced host system loading.

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