Card Access Systems
We install Card Access systems that are both HID and non-HID compliant.



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RTAP – Real-Time Access Control Processor











 Features

  • Capable of controlling and reporting access events and alarms simultaneously
  • Self contained database with virtually unlimited users and upgradeable storage capacity
  • Troubleshooting diagnostic LED’s / LCD’s indicate transmitted and received data from the Host, as well as verify card reader operations
  • Autonomous operation can implement policies without communication with Host
  • Internal battery provides up to 20-hours of emergency operation
  • Redundant battery backup system
  • Ease of maintenance and enhancement of firmware
  • Integrated software and Operating System (OS) on board
  • Fully independent, can also function in the event of communication loss from the Host (WGY Access Control Server)
  • Distributed intelligence

Description

RTAP – Real-Time Access Control Processor interfaces with a multitude of traditional and biometric access control devices, such as:

  • Wiegand effect
  • Fingerprint recognition
  • Iris recognition
  • Voice recognition
  • Magnetic stripe
  • Smart cards
  • Barcode
  • Proximity detection
  • PIN keypads
  • Proxy cards
  • AVI tag readers

The RTAP is capable of receiving access events, storing in its onboard database, reporting these events to the WGY Server (WGY Access Control Server, WGY Visitor Management Server, WGY ESP Server, etc.) and controlling access according to defined policies.

RTAPs are Access Control Terminals Units that provide autonomous operation as a result of their inherent intelligence and stored data and operating system.

Access control decisions are made at the local level by the RTAPs without having to interrogate or communicate with the Host (WGY Server). Upon system initiation, it is possible to download all operating and access data to the RTAP from the Host Control. Upon addition, modification, or deletion of data, the Host will automatically download the new data records to the pertinent RTAP’s.

RTAP terminal units are individually addressable. Single and block data transfers with error-checking protocols are used to ensure data integrity during all communication sessions.

RTAP terminal units do not require communication with the Host except when uploading or downloading the database, or when transferring events and alarms information. In case of a communication failure with the Host, they will operate normally and buffer transactions until communication is restored. When communication is re-established with the Host, all buffered transactions are uploaded it.

When communications has been lost with the Host, there remains the capability to make changes in the local database of an RTAP using the optional internal keypad and LCD display. Access to the local database is password protected with multiple access levels of security. The availability of the Local Programming feature is configured via the Host and may be enabled always, disabled always, or enabled only when there is a communication failure between the Host and the RTAP.

RTAP firmware is programmed in a high level language and stored in easy to replace non-volatile ROM memory for ease of maintenance/enhancement. Data and system parameters are stored in battery backed-up RAM. Each RTAP contains an on-board real-time, battery backed-up clock for access control, event initiation, and transaction date/time stamping.

Each RTAP is an intelligent two-door controller having its own database.

RTAP terminal units are capable of communicating via multi-dropped RS-485, RS-232, or modem and operate at speeds ranging from 300 to 19200 bps.

The RTAP is capable of controlling access and reporting access events and alarms simultaneously.

 Engineering Specifications
Furnish and install where shown access control terminal units fully compatible with all WeGuardYou products, such as WGY Access Control System, WGY Visitor Management System, WGY Digital Video, WGY Data Access Control, WGY ESP System, WGY Policy Management, etc. The terminal units shall provide a minimum of five (5) digital inputs and five (5) digital outputs for access control and alarm monitoring. Two of the outputs provided shall be open collector outputs rated at 0.1 amp @ 12 VDC for local alarm control. A minimum of three “Form C” door strike relay outputs rated at 4amp @ 30VDC or 1 AMP 120 VAC shall be provided. When the RTAP is used to control two doors, there is one input and one relay output available for alarm monitoring. When the terminal is used to control one door, there are three inputs and three outputs available for alarm monitoring.

A tamper switch shall be supplied in the terminal enclosure to provide a means of activating an alarm whenever the enclosure is opened.

A back-up battery shall maintain full terminal operation for up to twenty (20) hours in the event of AC power failure, and each terminal shall provide alarms for low battery, AC power failure, and cabinet tamper.

Each terminal shall support an optional 16-button keypad, and an optional 16 x 2 backlit, alphanumeric display to allow for local programming.

Terminals shall communicate with the Host via RTIP units using RS-485, RS232, or modem. When using RS-485, it shall be possible to connect up to 32 terminals together with the furthest unit up to 4,000 feet away from its RTIP.

 Technical Specifications

Ambient Temperature................................... 32°F to 120°F (0°C to 49°C)
Humidity..................................................... 5 to 90% Non-condensing
Material...................................................... 16 gauge steel enclosure
Finish……..........................................…….. Textured gray epoxy
Dimensions................................................. 12”H x 12”W x 4”D (31 x 31 x 11 cm)
Mounting .................................................... Surface – 4 holes provided (2 keyhole slots)
Weight (maximum net)................................. 4.5 lbs.
Power Requirements (Primary).................….. 120VAC @ 0.5 Amp
Power Requirements (Secondary).................. 12VDC, 2.2AH Sealed Lead-Calcium
Communications ……................................... RS-232, multi-dropped RS-485, or modem
Speed…………………………...................…... 300 to 19200 bps
Firmware ………………….............................. EPROM, Removable and Upgradeable
Memory ...................................................... 48K EPROM, 128K RAM
Listings & Approvals...................................... Underwriters Laboratories and FCC

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