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PRO2200 Professional Series Access Control Quick Reference Guide Communication & Accessories


COMMUNICATION DEVICES


Description Part Number Intelligent Controller PRO22IC


• Supports any combination of up to eight input/output or reader boards


Specifications


• Monitor alarm input points, relay output points and access control reader interface points


• Accommodates a card database of 20,000 cards and a standard transaction buffer of 5,000


Two Reader Board PRO22R2


• Supports two TTL, Wiegand or clock and data, readers


• Supplies two Form-C contacts, 5 A @ 28 VDC (resistive) for controlling locks


• Supplies four Form-C, 2 A @ 28 VDC (resistive) for auxiliary devices


• Provides eight supervised inputs and two unsupervised dedicated inputs


5.5" H x 9.0" W x 1.0" D Dimensions


Power Requirements


228.6 mm H x 139.7 mm W x 25.4 mm D


10-16 VDC @ 400 mA 5.5" H x 9.0" W x 1.0" D


139.7 mm H x 228.6 mm W x 25.4 mm D


12 VDC @ 400 mA Single Reader Board PRO22R1


• Supports one TTL, Wiegand or clock and data) reader


• Supplies one Form-C contact, 5 A @ 28 VDC (resistive) for controlling locks


• Supplies one 1 A @ 28 VDC for controlling other devices along with two supervised inputs for door contact and REX device


• Use PRO22ENC4 enclosure


2.75" H x 4.25" W x 1.4" D 108 mm H x 70 mm W x 36 mm D


12 VDC 125 mA (175 mA max available for reader power) 16 Input Module PRO22IN


• 12 general purpose inputs with programmable circuit type


• 16 are available when using PRO22ENC3 tile-mounted enclosure


• Two dedicated alarm inputs for tamper detection and power loss (tile-mounted only)


• Two general purpose, Form-C, 2 A @ 30 VDC relays, only one available when using PRO22ENC1, PRO22ENC2 and PRO22ENC5


5.5" H x 9.0" W x 1.0" D


139.7 mm H x 228.6mm W x 25.4 mm D


12 VDC @ 350 mA 5.5" H x 9.0" W x 1.0" D


139.7 mm H x 228.6 mm W x 25.4 mm D


12 VDC @ 400 mA 16 Output Module PRO22OUT


• 12 general purpose output relays, Form-C, 2 A @ 30 VDC


• 16 are available when using PRO22ENC3 tile-mounted enclosure


• Two dedicated alarm inputs for tamper detection and power-loss (tile-mounted only)


Ethernet Daughter Board PRO22EN


• Offers TCP/IP (10 Base-T) interface that mounts directly on the PRO22IC


• Does not requires external devices or wiring


• Power is supplied by the PRO22IC


• Use the standard RJ45 jack to connect via CAT5 to the existing LAN/WAN network


• Transmit, receive, and good link diagnostic TCP/IP status indicators


1.574" H x 1.929" W x 1" D


40.0 mm H x 49.0 mm W x 25.4 mm D


ACCESSORIES


Description Part Number


RS232-RS485 Data Converter 4 A Rack Mounted Power Supply with Battery Backup 12 V, 7 A Backup Battery


PRO22CVT1


• RS485 interface located between the computer and the PRO22IC


Specifications


• Converts the RS232 data coming from the serial port on the PC into RS485 data


PRO32E1PS


• Includes battery charger for use in PRO22ENC1 or PRO22ENC2 enclosures


• This power supply is auto- switching and can accept 85 VAC to 230 VAC @ 50/60 Hz


• Battery (PRO22BAT1) sold separately


PRO22BAT1


• 12 V, 7 AH sealed lead acid battery for use with the PRO32E1PS power supply


Daisy Chain Cable PRO22DCC


• Prewired cable harness used to quickly route power and RS485 communications across up to nine PRO2200 series panels located in the PRO22ENC1 or PRO22ENC2 enclosure


Suppressor Kit S-4


• One suppressor kit is required for every electrical switching device connected through a relay contact


WIN-PAK SE 2.0 Software WPS2


• Standalone – Single user version of WIN-PAK SE 2.0


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