Altronix

Access Power Controller

Altronix's ACM4 access power controller, designed for smaller access control applications, distributes 12 or 24 volts AC or DC over four independently controlled fail-safe and/or fail-secure outputs to power and control electric strikes and magnetic locks. Fire Alarm Interface is field selectable for any or all outputs with individual LEDs to indicate lock status. The ACM4’s four outputs can be activated by an open collector sink or normally open dry trigger input from an access control system, card reader, keypad, push button, PIR, etc.


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