The PAC 500 coordinates a wide variety of alarms, monitoring devices and elevators. It is capable of hosting and coordinating up to 48 local devices, such as the PAC 512, PAC 520 or PAC 530 controllers which can be used to control access doors, monitor input devices or control output devices.
PAC 500 Series:
PAC 512 – Two Door Access Controller
PAC 512 IP – Two Door Access Controller with built-in IP connectivity
PAC 500 – Access and Alarm Server
PAC 520 – Input Controller
PAC 530 – Output Controller
PAC 512/ PAC 512 IP
PAC’s 512 and 512IP controllers have been designed to provide a flexible configuration to help secure and monitor customer’s premises, capable of controlling the access through two individual doors with the option of having read in/out on both channels.
Designed with distributed intelligence, all access decisions are made by the PAC 512/512IP controller, sustaining access decisions in the event of communication failure to the administration software. Communication to the controlling software can be via GSM/GPRS or Telephone Modem by using an appropriate device connected via the RS232 port or direct to the PC by RS485, or IP. On-board relays are included for each door channel which can be configured to monitor external devices such as door contacts or tamper circuits plus separate relay for controlling the door lock. The PAC 512/512IP controller can also be configured to provide local anti-passback to increase the security of key doors. The PAC 512/512IP can control up to 23 additional PAC 512’s via the built in RS485 connection, allowing a simple and speedy system expansion
The PAC 500 Access & Alarm Server provides sophisticated access and alarm management for businesses with a single or multiple locations across the country or around the world.
Embedded Microsoft Windows CE.net and a powerful Intel Xscale processor ensure secure and high speed access to thousands of users, without the need to disable any features or functionality. The PAC 500 coordinates a wide variety of alarms, monitoring devices and elevators. It is capable of hosting and coordinating up to 48 local devices, such as the PAC 512, PAC 520 or PAC 530 controllers which can be used to control access doors, monitor input devices or control output devices. This flexibility allows systems to be designed with the correct mixture of features and functionality to meet the site’s requirements. System downtime is costly, particularly in a highly secure environment. The PAC 500 overcomes this potential risk through the use of its Distributed Intelligent Controllers. Even when the main communication lines are lost, the security at the facility can still be maintained. This proven solution supports a countless number of access decisions, meshes multiple locations seamlessly, centralises management and provides industry-standard secure networking.
PAC 520/ PAC 530
PAC’s powerful 520 Input and 530 Output controllers, when used in conjunction with a PAC 500 enables critical alarm points to be monitored, alarm conditions to be reported directly to the PC and actions to be taken such as sounding an alarm or deploying a security shutter.
The PAC 520 and 530 Controllers are designed and manufactured for use with PAC SecureNet software. The PAC 520 controller provides twenty user configurable inputs ideal for monitoring key areas around your secured building, from external Fire Doors, motion detection alarms or temperature controlled equipment such as freezers, each input can be configured as a normal open (NO) or normally closed (NC) relay with optional supervision via three or four state monitoring.
Included with the PAC 520 are two additional output relays which are also user configurable and have many applications such as arming an area on an input changing state or activating an external sounder. The PAC 530 controller provides 12 configurable outputs ideal for controlling external devices around your premises. With its flexible configuration options, the PAC 530 can be used for many applications including advanced Elevator Control, providing a method of restricting access to key floors based upon the person’s permission. Each output can be configured to be latched, momentary, toggled or pulsed, the PAC 530 also has two additional input relays which are also user configurable and have many applications such as monitoring Fire Doors to connecting Motion Detection Sensors.
PAC 520 Features:
PAC 530 Features: