Pdk’s Red™ Max controller is truly in a class of its own, coming fully equipped with two Altronix power supplies and two Red four-door expander boards. The Red Max is fully customizable with any Red expansion board, allowing for scalability and control of up to 24 doors from one enclosure. Expander boards are available in one-door, two-door, and four-door options. Each expander includes built-in Ethernet connectivity and self- discovery, simplifying IP configuration and functionality.
Fully customizable: The Red Max is fully customizable with any Red expansion board, allowing for scalability and control of up to 24 doors from one enclosure.
Power monitoring: Equipped with two Altronix power supply, and a fully-supervised power circuit that monitors input, output, battery voltage, and overall controller health.
Self discoverable: The Red Max Expander boards will be automatically discovered by the Cloud Node when an Ethernet cable is connected; it is not necessary to enter the IP address; the device is
Advanced security: ProdataKey Red™ products lead the industry in secure communication protocols. This includes OSDP, mobile, and encrypted credential communication.
Plug n' play connectivity: All pdk Red devices were designed to be plug n' play. That means they're easy to install right out of the box. It's simple to add any device, no matter how large the job is.
Automatic updates: Experience future-proof access control that’s always up-to-date and protected with the latest security enhancements.
Enclosure Dimensions (W x H x D) 20.75” x 26.75” x 4.125”
Metal lockable security can (indoor use only)
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