MCI-3-LCD Communication Interface

The interface enables the connection of the OSR88M-IO reader with OSDP protocol to the MC16 series access controller (RACS 5 system).
  • MCI-3-LCD
    MCI-3-LCD
  • MCI-3-LCD
    MCI-3-LCD
  • MCI-3-LCD ON A DIN RAIL
    MCI-3-LCD ON A DIN RAIL
  • MCI-3-LCD ON A DIN RAIL
    MCI-3-LCD ON A DIN RAIL
  • MCI-3-LCD DIMENSIONS
    MCI-3-LCD DIMENSIONS

About

The interface enables the connection of the OSR88M-IO reader with OSDP protocol to the MC16 series access controller (RACS 5 system).

The interface works as a communication converter between OSDP v2 to EPSO 3 (Roger) data transmission standards.


Features

  • 12 VDC power supply
  • RS485 EPSO 3 interface to a controller
  • RS485 OSDP v2 interface to a reader
  • 3 LEDs
  • plastic enclosure
  • dimensions: 36.0 x 55.0 x 47.0 mm (height x width x depth)
  • CE mark

Versions

MCI-3-LCD

MCI-3-LCD
The interface enables the connection of the OSR88M-IO with OSDP v2 communication protocol to the MC16 series controllers (RACS 5 system); 12 VDC power supply


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