New four reader controller for Cardax FT

December 2004 Cyber Security

Gallagher Security Management Systems announces a new controller variant in the Controller 3000 product range, the Cardax FT Controller 3000-4R.

The existing Cardax FT Controller 3000 (now referred to as the 8R variant) gives a straightforward design for access control and alarms management, which was enhanced with the I/O expansion board and 8-input expansion board.

"The Cardax FT Controller 3000-8R, with the Cardax FT Remote Arming Terminal supported our move into the intruder alarms arena. The new 4R Controller will cement this move into the small systems market," explains Kahl Betham, Cardax product manager.

The Cardax FT Controller 3000-4R has on-board reader connections for four Cardax readers (hence the name), or two Wiegand format readers, and has eight balanced inputs and four relay outputs.

The Cardax FT Remote Arming Terminal is a versatile, user-friendly, keypad interface for onsite alarms management in the field, and is supported by either the 4R or 8R Controller 3000.

For more information contact Gallagher SMS, 011 397 2986, [email protected],


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