SATEL ACCO-KPWG single door controller

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SATEL ACCO-KPWG single door controller

£84.00 + VAT


The ACCO-KPWG module is designed for control of a single door within the ACCO access control system. The module can also be used as a standalone device. User authorization is based on code or passive transponder (proximity card, tag, etc.). ACCO-KPWG is also compatible with terminals supporting Wiegand and EM Marin protocols, as well as with iButton (Dallas chip) readers.

The device is characterized by a wide range of settings, including the user rights and time schedules for each user, including special holiday schedules. Additionally, event log with more than 24,000 events is available. Non-volatile flash memory ensures security of the module settings in case of power failure. ACCO-KPWG is provided with a relay output for operating electromagnetic lock or another door activating device. Owing to additional inputs and outputs, the module can work in conjunction with the alarm system.

Configuration and some functions of ACCO-KPWG might be different due to the system, which the controller is part of. Within the ACCO system the module is programmed by means of an LCD keypad or PC computer with ACCO-SOFT-LT software installed. The PC can be connected via RS-232 port or via RS-485 bus using ACCO-USB converter. In the ACCO NET system, the controller configuration is performed using the ACCO Soft software.

  • support for single door with entry and exit authorization
  • support for terminals using the following transmission protocols:
    • EM Marin (SATEL terminals)
    • Wiegand 26
    • Wiegand 32, 34, 36, 40, 42, 56 (controllers firmware version 3.02, release date 2017-11-03 or newer – applies to¬†ACCO NET¬†system)
    • Dallas
  • standalone or¬†ACCO/ACCO NET¬†system operation mode
  • 1,024 users
  • user rights definition
  • access authorization with proximity card and/or code
  • biometric authorization
  • 256 schedules
  • holiday schedules
  • non-volatile 24,576 event log
  • work time registration event tagging
  • anti-passback
  • programming means:
    • permanently or temporarily connected LCD keypad
    • PC connected via RS-232 port
    • PC connected via¬†ACCO-USB¬†interface to RS-485 bus
  • non volatile settings memory
  • FLASH based firmware update
  • scheduled door locking and unlocking
  • programmable limits on number of accesses
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