Continental Access® Single-Door Controller, Ideal for Schools, Healthcare Facilities
The uniVerse™ Series Single-Door Controllers, featuring “EZ-learn networking”, are now available in a surface-mount version.
Continental Access, a division of Napco Security Technologies Inc., is pleased to announce its uniVerse™ Series Single-Door Controllers, featuring “EZ-learn networking”, are now available in a surface-mount version, model CICP2100S.
Ideal for cinder block walls and other hard-to-wire surfaces, often found in the construction of schools, healthcare facilities & other institutions, and used in a CA4K enterprise access control software environment, the CICP2100S Power Over Ethernet Controller, with locking metal enclosure, supports two ID readers and/or one low current strike via power over Ethernet (POE).
Up to 14 uniVerse controllers can be networked together or intermixed with Continental’s conventional, 2-16 door SuperTwo™ or Accelaterm™ Controllers, and/or integrated with Trilogy® Networx™ Wireless PIN/Prox Access Control Locks.
Compact but value-packed, uniVerse Series supports 200K cards, features a Superfast 54MHz RISC Processor, 4MB on-board memory, a 1000 transaction buffer (expandable to 10,000), 256 time schedules, 30,000 access groups and 5 x100 holidays.
The cost-saving, Series also includes 2 Form C Relay outputs, for door and aux. (MOV-protected) and supports AES-encrypted, IT-friendly POE or RS485, to downstream 10 controllers on 1 network drop. Mounted on the secured side of the door, CICP2100S’s 22-gauge CRS steel locking enclosure (9.18W x 5.4H x 2.1D”) includes 5 diagnostic ethernet LEDs, plus a power indicator, viewable from the closed cabinet.
Like all its products, uniVerse controllers, in surface mount or original double-gang box model (CICP1200), are backed by Continental’s 3-year factory warranty.
For more information on Continental Access, the easy-to-use and easy-to-afford, CA4K security management platform, and the CICP2100 Series uniVerse™ Single-Door POE Controllers, contact your local sales rep, ask for spec sheet A760, or visit Continental online at www.cicaccess.com
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