ASP-4 Integrated Controller represents the next step in intelligent Access Control Systems. With capacity, features and speed not found on other devices, the ASP-4 provides unparalleled flexibility. In addition to standard features, powerful scripting is available to provide a powerful platform that doesn’t solely rely on software interactions. ASP-4 can be clustered with up to 31 other ASPs to form a powerful hardware network that communicates through a unified path to the host, providing cluster features such as Anti-Pass back. The Controller is integration ready with an available SDK that allows providers of other access control software to easily use the controller with their own software solution with a combination of native and programmed features.
Apollo’s AAN-4/2/1 Integrated Controller-Interfaces give you the best of both worlds by combining a powerful controller directly with reader/door control. Enjoy the flexibility to choose the right controller for your application, supporting combinations of four, two or one readers with door hardware. AAN-4/2/1 controllers not only have standard features such as Precision Access and Full Anti-Pass back, but can maintain normal functions in off-line mode thanks to a 20,000 cardholder/7,000 event local database. The AAN performs as a self-contained controller, communicating directly to Apollo’s APACS Software, making it ideal for add-ons to a larger system or for a remote location that require basic controller features. AAN-4/2/1 controllers fully integrate a full range of reader types including proximity, smart card and biometric with up to 8 card formats supported simultaneously allowing you to mix and match different reader types or easily migrate old card populations. Paired with Apollo’s APACS Software, get easy biometric management and enrolment with central database storage and smart distribution of biometric templates. A full array of input and output options are right on-board including auxiliary inputs and auxiliary and dedicated alarm outputs. Not stopping there, Apollo ADA 10/11 Digital Relay Modules can be connected to lock down vulnerable door to interface wiring by only activating in response to an encoded digital signal generated by the controller.
Apollo’s AAN-100 Intelligent System Controller for Access Control and Alarm Monitoring sets the industry standard with support of up to 96 devices (readers, alarm panels, status panels) and memory capacity of 1,240,000 cardholders/65,535 events. The on-board 32-bit processor supports advanced inter-device reactions (Internal Variables) that are stored within the controller’s memory and thus operate without relying on a PC/software host, providing ultra-dependable functions for the highest security applications. For fast loading of configuration/cardholder data and reporting of events, the AAN-100 can utilize RS-485, RS-232 or Ethernet communication with available 256-bit AES Rijndael encryption and dual-path communication. Communication to devices is routed through four ports that can support a versatile mix-and-match combination of RS-485, RS-232 and Ethernet communication, all monitored by separate communication status LED’s. Forming the base of a tri-level database redundancy system, the AAN-100 interacts with Apollo intelligent field hardware and Apollo’s APACS software or as a developer integration platform, in every case providing a flawless platform for your security. These strengths have made the AAN-100 the standard for demanding sites such as nuclear power facilities, military installations and major corporations worldwide..
Apollo’s AAN-32 Intelligent System Controller provides reliable, robust access control and alarm monitoring for up to 32 devices (readers, alarm panels, status panels) with a memory capacity of up to 297,00 cardholders/65,535 events. Perfect for small and medium sized installations while not compromising on advanced features such as inter-device reactions (Internal Variables) that are stored within the controller’s memory, operating without relying on a PC/software host. The AAN-32 is also ideally suited for remote sites for larger projects. For fast loading of configuration/cardholder data and reporting of events, the AAN-32 can utilize RS-485, RS-232 or Ethernet communication with available 256-bit AES Rijndael encryption and dual-path communication. Communication to devices is routed through a device port that supports a RS-485, RS-232 or Ethernet communication, monitored by an on-board communication status LED.