MC16-EVC Conventional Elevator Access Controller

MC16-EVC controller is designed to work with classic elevator systems where the floor is selected by changing the state of electrical contact associated with the floor button.
  • MC16-EVC
    MC16-EVC
  • MC16-EVC
    MC16-EVC
  • MC16-EVC DIMENSIONS
    MC16-EVC DIMENSIONS

About

MC16-EVC controller is designed to work with classic elevator systems where the floor is selected by changing the state of electrical contact associated with the floor button.

 In the access control concept used in the MC16-EVC controller, the user must first identify at the reader installed in the elevator to select the floor and then the controller activates a set of output lines that unlock the floors to which the given user has access.

The authorizations for individual floors can be defined using time schedules and calendars, and there is also the option to unlock buttons to cancel the requirement for user identification. The outputs for buttons unlocking can be located on any I/O expanders connected to the controller, however the most suitable for this purpose is the MCX8 expander offering eight relay outputs with isolated NO/NC contacts. User identification can be carried out on any MCT series reader, PRT series reader or compatible Wiegand interface reader. The controller supports one elevator with 64 floors and up to 8,000 users.

As with other MC16 series controllers, communication with the VISO management application is encrypted and takes place via LAN/WAN network. The conventional elevators are supported in VISO ST management software and there is not limit in terms of the number of lifts serviced in the system.


Features

ParameterMC16-EVC-8MC16-EVC-16MC16-EVC-32MC16-EVC-64
floors 8 16 32 64
access points 1 1 1 1
access terminals 4 4 4 4
access zones 0 0 0 0
alarm zones 0 0 0 0
power supplies 2 4 8 16
automation nodes 2 2 2 2
control commands 4 4 4 4
inputs 8 8 8 8
outputs 16 32 64 128
function keys 8 8 8 8
access credentials 8192 8192 8192 8192
access doors per access points 8 16 32 64

Versions

MC16-EVC-8
Conventional elevator access controller; 18 VAC or 12 VDC power supply; 8 floors license


MC16-EVC-16
Conventional elevator access controller; 18 VAC or 12 VDC power supply; 16 floors license


MC16-EVC-32
Conventional elevator access controller; 18 VAC or 12 VDC power supply; 32 floors license


MC16-EVC-64
Conventional elevator access controller; 18 VAC or 12 VDC power supply; 64 floors license


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Download

pdf MC16 Installation Manual (370 KB)
The manual refers to controllers with firmware v1.7.4 and higher

pdf MC16 Operating Manual (1.14 MB)
The manual refers to controllers with firmware v1.7.4 and higher

pdf MC16-EVC Data Sheet (758 KB)

pdf MC16 Declaration of Conformity EC (104 KB)

pdf MC16 Declaration PN-EN50133 (117 KB)

archive MC16 Firmware v1.1.1.208 (503 KB)

archive MC16 Firmware v1.7.4.653 (533 KB)
Note! Updating the firmware to version 1.7.4 requires a new controller license file. In version 1.7.4.647, support for alarm functions in the controller's Alarm Zone has been removed!

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