RACS 5 Scalable Access Control, Security and Automation System of Enterprise Class

RACS 5 system is a group of products, both hardware and software, dedicated to implement the physical access control, building automation and alarm system. RACS 5 is easily scalable and can be used in systems of any size from the smallest, based on a single door for the largest, serving office buildings, hotels or stadiums.

RACS 5 main features:

  • Physical access control
  • Elevator access control
  • Alarm system control from access terminals
  • Alarm system status presentation on access terminals
  • Building automation
  • Live system monitoring
  • System history log
  • Event log for time and attendance systems
  • Access to system database through software interface
  • Integration with third party systems through integration server

RACS 5 consists of:

  • High-level configuration software (VISO)
  • Low-level configuration software (RogerVDM)
  • MC series access controllers (e.g. MC16)
  • MCT series access terminals (e.g. MCT82M, MCT82M-IO)
  • MCX series I/O expanders (e.g. MCX402, MCX2)
  • MCI series interfaces (e.g. MCI16-EVK)

RACS 5 Access Control System Structure

RACS 5 Access Control System Structure

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