Powerful new door control module released by Johnson Controls


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Johnson Controls has strengthened its access control portfolio with the launch of a DCM200 door control module designed to interface with CEM Systems’ AC2000 software (versions 10.2 or higher).

The DCM200 is a two door controller which can support a combination of up to four Wiegand or CEM Systems approved OSDP v2 smart card readers; the latter is a secure access control system protocol standard developed by the SIA for peripheral devices.

As well as cybersecurity enhancements, the DCM200 is easy to deploy, with the installer configuring the IP address by simply selecting DIP switches using DHCP or auto-configuration. When connected to an Ethernet network, the DCM200 will self-configure and receive the database of up to 50,000 cardholders in under two minutes.

The DCM200 also comes with a dashboard capable of supporting local and remote troubleshooting as well as monitoring and configuration of the DCM200 – and any equipment connected to it.

In addition, by utilising 32-bit processors, the DCM200 gives full offline verification and decision making at the point of entry when host communication is not available.


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