CEM Systems intelligent IP and Serial door controllers offer a high level of system resilience and intelligence for use with the AC2000 access control system.Did you know that CEM was first to market with its Power over Ethernet plus (PoE+) door control!
The CEM Systems DCM 400 (Door Control Module) is an intelligent four-door controller designed to directly interface CEM Systems AC2000 access control system (version 10.2 and higher) with Wiegand or CEM Systems approved and supplied Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP v2) smart card readers.
The eDCM 380 (Door Control Module) is a low cost, two-door PoE controller designed to interface to CEM sPass DESFire smart card readers.
The CEM DCM 350 is a low cost, intelligent two-door controller range that interfaces to CEM sPass DESFire smart card readers (sPass). By utilizing encrypted RS485 serial communications between the DCM 350 controller and the sPass reader, the threat of Wiegand controller signal cloning is effectively eliminated.
The CEM eDCM 350 (Door Control Module) is a low cost, intelligent two-door IP controller that is designed to interface to Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP) compliant third party smart card readers.
The CEM eDCM 330 is a low cost, two-door controller designed to interface third-party read heads with the CEM AC2000 range of access control systems. It utilizes Power over Ethernet Plus (PoE+) connectivity and has the benefit of eliminating the need for an external local mains power supply at the door.
Available in both serial and Ethernet options, the DCM 300 is a low cost, intelligent two-door controller range that is designed to interface third-party read heads with the CEM AC2000 access control system.
The AC2000 RTC (Real Time Computer) is a software controller required for use with Ethernet based CEM readers and devices as part of the core AC2000 access control system and the AC2000 Airport access control system.
The AC2000 super RTC (sRTC) is a PC server hardware unit designed to host multiple AC2000 Ethernet Reader Controllers. The sRTC hardware unit is capable to host up to a maximum of 2048 access doors or addressed AC2000 devices, this total is equivalent to eight standard RTC units.
The ECM (Ethernet Communication Module) is a powerful serial to Ethernet converter that enables CEM serial communication devices to connect to the CEM AC2000 access control system via an Ethernet LAN.