DA890 Power Centre range
Dantech launches DA890 Power Centre range for Axis access control
Dantech Electronic Engineering, the leading UK security manufacturer and technology partner of Axis Communications, has launched the DA890 Power Centre range, which is designed to house and power the Axis A1001 Network Door Controller and Axis I/O modules.
With versions suitable for indoors, outdoors and rack-mounting, these professional Power Centres provide secure, battery-backed power for door controller(s) and locks (12V or 24V), ensuring seamless operation as an integrated unit.
A dedicated fire alarm interface is included with lock outputs individually selectable as permanently powered or fire-alarm-controlled. Outputs can alternatively be configured to power auxiliary devices. All versions include battery monitoring, power status monitoring and tamper-protection.
The design also ensures that the A1001’s features and functions remain available to the integrator. The range comprises four models: DA890IN, DA890EX, DA890RM and DA890INQUAD. The DA890IN is suitable for indoor use, and the DA890EX is IP66-rated for industrial environments or outdoor use. The DA890RM is an indoor unit housed in a 19 2U rack-mount package, which can also accommodate an I/O module. The DA890INQUAD is designed for indoor use and provides power for up to four Axis A1001 controllers or I/O modules in a single enclosure.
The DA890IN and DA890EX versions can provide power for magnetic locks from just a PoE+ input, with no mains power wiring required. Alternatively, mains power can be used.
DA890 Power Centres combined with Axis A1001 controllers enable highly flexible, open-architecture access control systems to be configured for applications both small and large. These powerful solutions are particularly suitable for integration with other business systems, providing a modern, scalable alternative to traditional access control offerings.
The new DA890 Power Centre range is a direct result of our technical relationship with Axis Communications, says Tim Scott, Director of Dantech Electronic Engineering.
We’re constantly developing new products and pay great attention to what installers and end-users require. DA890 Power Centres can be located centrally or at convenient locations around a site. They save time and money too, by reducing the need for fused spurs.
To find out more about Dantech DA890 Power Centres, visit www.dantech.uk.com/DA890