Open Options Inc.

DController and DControllerX

The DController and DControllerX are both compact, IP-based intelligent door controllers designed to quickly and easily add doors to a system using standard 10/100 network infrastructure. The DController communicates with DNA Fusion access control software over a standard network connection, thus eliminating traditional wiring to every door, and enables all cardholder and access control decisions to be made locally at the device. The DControllerX has all the same features of the DController, yet also can support up to 16 network door modules. Both units come complete with pre-wired connection leads for quick and easy termination of peripheral devices such as card readers, motion detectors, and more.


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