T/Mon BAS: Centralized Building Access Control In 1 RU
T/Mon BAS: Real-time visibility and control of electronic door access.
T/Mon BAS: Modern, efficient electronic door access that you control...
The new T/Mon BAS (Building Access System) gives you centralized, electronic control over your doors. T/Mon BAS is a variant of the T/Mon Remote Alarm Monitoring System. While a standard T/Mon manages both door access and alarms from network equipment, T/Mon BAS is focused purely on building access control. If, in addition to doors, you also have a widespread network of unmanned remote sites that should be monitored and controlled, visit the T/Mon LNX product page instead.
The T/Mon Building Access System gives network alarm managers the ability to control and regulate door entry access, without the network monitoring capabilities you don't need.
Cost-effective and easy to install, T/Mon BAS puts high-quality network alarm monitoring within the reach of any company.
You can use T/Mon BAS to:
- Grant individual door access rights for up to 1300 users.
- View and control access from all of your facilities on one screen
- Monitor unauthorized door access attempts and intrusion alarms
- Remotely "buzz-in" site visitors from your central office
- Maintain access history logs for review after an incident
T/Mon BAS gives you the advanced access control capabilities of T/Mon LNX, without network alarm monitoring functions you may not need.
Top Level Master: The T/Mon BAS controls all of your doors on one uniform platform. You can monitor and control doors from anywhere - your office, your desktop or laptop PC, a Web browser, your e-mail, or your cell phone.
As shown above, T/Mon BAS manages multiple local door controllers (usually via LAN). Each of these local controllers can handle multiple doors (for sites that have more than one entrance). The database of user permissions is created within T/Mon BAS, then automatically distributed down to each local controller. When a user waves a proximity card or enters a keycode, the local controller grants or denies access based on that users unique permissions, which may be restricted to certain dates and times.
For more detail about this building access application, visit the Building Access System product page. A different T/Mon hardware model may be shown on that page, but the T/Mon BAS is virtually identical in a building access application. Other T/Mon models simply have additional capabilities beyond access control.
DPS Telecom makes a number of devices that fit the role of the local controller. Whether you're looking for a high-capacity door controller, an RTU with building-access functionality, or a single entry control unit, DPS makes a local control device to fit your building access needs.
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|Ordering Options and Part Numbers:|
|Entry Control Unit: D-PK-ECUG2 |
The Entry Control Unit (ECU) interfaces between the local controller (the NetGuardian or building access control device) and the keypad or proxy reader at your door. The ECU supports keypads, proxy readers, dual-proxy readers for time-clocking purposes, magnetic locks, and door strikes.
|Proxy Card Reader: D-PK-PROXI|
|New! Electromagnetic Door Locks: D-PK-EMLCK|
The 1RU T/Mon BAS fits into any 19" or 23" rack, in any telco or server room environment, freeing more space for revenue-generating equipment.
|Standard Input Protocols:||DCP, DCPf, DCPx|
|Standard Output Protocols:||DCP, DCPf, DCPx|
|Capacity :||1300 users, 64 door-control devices (each capable of controlling many doors)|
|Dimensions:||1.75" H (1RU) x 17" W x 12 "D |
(4.45 cm x 43.18 cm x 30.48 cm)
|Weight||10 lbs (4.54 Kg)|
|Mounting:||19" or 23" rack|
|Power Input:||Dual -48 VDC |
Dual -24 VDC (optional)
|Current Draw||500 mA|
|Fuse:||Two 2 Amp GMT|
|Serial Ports:||4 RJ45 Connectors|
|Serial Port Interface:||RS-232 / 33.6 Modems vary on configuration|
|LAN Interface:||10/100 BaseT|
|Visual Display:||Front panel LCD|
|Unit Controls:||4 LCD menu control buttons|
|Hardware Warranty:||2 years|
|Operating Temperature:||41-90 degrees F (5 to 35 degrees C)|
|Operating Humidity:||0%-95% noncondensing|
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