Pdk’s Red™Pedestal Controller is the solution for access control needs in outdoor applications such as parking lots, gated communities, and storage facilities. A robust weatherproof stainless-steel housing protects the controller and provides a blank faceplate for your favorite reader. It features built-in network connectivity and self-discovery to simplify IP configuration. It is also fully equipped with controller health monitoring and OSDP functionality.
Advanced security: ProdataKey Red™ products lead the industry in secure communication protocols. This includes OSDP, mobile, and encrypted credential communication.
Power monitoring: Equipped with an onboard power supply and a fully-supervised power circuit that monitors input, output, battery voltage, and overall controller health.
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.
Self discoverable:The Red Pedestal 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 self-discoverable.
Eliminate trenching:Protecting access to gates and exposed areas has never been easier or more cost-effective. Because of our WiMAC™ wireless capabilities, the Red Pedestal eliminates the substantial expenses associated with trenching.
System scalability: Whether you need two doors or a thousand, the pdk Red Pedestal gives you the flexibility to add more doors anytime, anywhere, on any device.
WiMAC™ Wireless (2.4 GHz/ 802.15.4)
Encryption: AES 128bit
Wireless Range: 1 Mile LoS, 450ft indoor average
Dimensions (W x H x D) 5.5” x 9.5” x 5.5”
Included Power Supply: 14V DC, 2A transformer
12V-24V AC/DC Input
12VDC 1.2A *Battery-Backed Output
Powers readers and other door hardware directly from the bus.
*Battery not included
Name: ProdataKey RPE Red Pedestal Outdoor 2 Door Controller with Weatherproof Stainless-Steel Enclosure, Ethernet, ProdataKey
Category: ProdataKey, Smart Home, Smart Garage Door Controllers
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