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The new range of controllers is realized as mix controllers for home automation. Mix controllers set for the particular case based upon the requested functionality. This is optimum way in terms of cost.

Controllers are compatible with:

  • 1-Wire
  • RS232/RS485
  • Dimmer
  • PWM 12V
  • Relay 220V, 5A
  • BiRelay 220V, 16A
  • Output 0-10V
  • Analog Input 0-6600 Ohm
  • Wiegand26/34
  • IR Output 38000 Hz

All controllers support Ethernet IEEE802.3, TCP/IP, BACnet over TCP/IP. Controllers also support standard BACnet objects such as AnalogInput, AnalogOutput, BinaryInput, BinaryOutput, CredentialInput etc., as well as custom objects Dimmer, RGB, Scene, Engine.

Description Modbus GS_WR22

Сontroller Modbus GS_WR22 is intended for construction of the access control systems. The controller communicates with the automated workplace of the operator by means of data transfer interface RS-485. Communication with the controller is connected via the Protocol Modbus. Controller has two inputs for connecting the Wiegand readers. Final Executive equipment can be all sorts of access controll devices, such as turnstiles, barriers, doors, equipped with electromagnetic locks and other. Devices of reading and transmission codes for electronic cards and tags can be any readers working on the Wiegand interface. Controller has on-board power connector, pins to connect devices through interfaces RS-485 (two), Wiegand (two), discrete inputs and outputs.

Technical data:

  • Dimensions: 157 × 86 × 57.8 (width × height × installation depth in mm)
  • Voltage supply: DC 12V ± 10%
  • Power consumption: approx. DC 18W
  • Nominal consumption current: 100 mA
  • Switching output voltage: max 240 V
  • Switching output current: Max 5 A
  • Operation temperature: -30°C …+50°C
  • Protection class: IP 20
  • 32 bit processor RISC Cortex M3, 120MHz
  • 2x analog sensors (0-6600 Ohm)
  • 4x IR output (external)
  • 2x Wiegand26/34 interface
  • 2x binary input
  • 2x RS485 interface
  • 1x 1-Wire interface
  • Modbus interface useable as a communication interface

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