CEM Systems launches DCM200 Intelligent Controller

CEM Systems launches DCM200 Intelligent Controller

CEM Systems has released the DCM200 Two-Door Four Reader controller, as easy-install access control solution.

The DCM200 is a two-door controller which is able to support a combination of up to four Wiegand or CEM Systems-approved Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP v2) smart card readers, and is designed to directly interface with existing CEM Systems Access Control software versions 1.2 or higher.

The new door controller includes a Bi-directional communications system built in, which connects OSDPv2 compliant readers to DCM200 control panels – the infrastructure ensuring that there is no threat of signal cloning, and delivering a number of enhanced safety features.

Alongside the highly dependable nature of the system, it also is being marketed as considerably easy to install. Within two minutes, the DCM200 can self-configure and begin receiving up to 50,000 cardholders, perfect for larger establishments that can’t afford downtime.

The DCM200 is designed with both end-user and installer in mind. The dashboard can display all relevant statistics and information regarding the DCM200 and other equipment configured on the same system. This includes inputs/outputs, database status’, power, door status, network stability and other details.

The DCM200 is a future-proofed solution, designed to give peace of mind to businesses of all sizes – compatible with existing systems and ready to go, it stands as a strong contender within CEM Systems line up.

There is fierce competition between access management systems at the moment, as Gallagher has also recently launched a similar unified security solution.