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——Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP)——

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Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP) is a standard that has been developed by the Security Industry Association (SIA) in order to offer more secure access control communications. This protocol works across various types of readers, controllers, and software, and has been developed as a way to improve on issues of security that are often faced with other legacy systems. In other words, the development of this protocol aimed to help implement, monitor and maintain a more stable and secure system of access control devices, which includes the use of advanced smart card technology applications and biometrics.

  • Cheaper to install with less cables

    On the right is the wiring mode of Weigen. In addition to the power cord, other control lines are basically connected to more than 5 signal control lines. For OSDP, it is much simpler. A pair of shielded twisted pair cables can complete this part of the wiring.

  • Cheaper to install with less cables
  • Much more secure with encryption
  • Much more secure with encryption

    Use encrypted high-security cards to prevent copying; OSDP encrypted card reader channel to prevent card reader upload information replay attack; AES encryption is adopted between the main control and odd to improve the security of information transmission. In the network part, TLS encryption is used to prevent hackers from intercepting information and false control.

SAC 921 Access Control

  • Complete solution for single door access control with multiple readers.
  • Power over Ethernet variant connects directly to a building’s structured cabling.
  • PoE can provide up to 1A to drive a lock (recommend 1A total average to allow for power spikes).
  • High-speed RS-485 connectivity with to downstream devices. (OSDP)
  • Onboard support for 5 inputs for all power, door, and alarm sensors. Note: only four inputs available on the Wiegand Reader.
  • Controller based API support for direct communication with 3rd party systems.

C2KA-OSDP Keypad Reader

Compatible with Dual RFID 125Khz EM & 13.56MHz Mifare. ( MIFARE Classic, MIFARE Plus, and MIFARE DESFire EV1, EV2 and EV3 )

Card and PIN access control.

Protection from the elements, with an environmental protection rating of IP68.

Output with RS485(OSDP) and Wiegand. Suit for access controller.

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