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"Roland More" <NoSpamroland@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> >Yes, it does have card access integration.
> I never noticed it before. I'll have to look a little harder. Did that
> start with a particular revision or has it always been there?
As near as I can tell you can swap the chip and add the door controllers to
some pretty old panels. It does require the access chip upgrade, and then
you just add the door controller to the keybus. The controller uses a
keypad address on the system. The Gem access stuff is fairly new. Plenty
of info is available for the ACM1D and 2D off the Napco website without
entering the tech library. (have to have a password to enter tech library)
> "Bob La Londe" <nospam@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> "Roland More" <NoSpamroland@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>> Card access integration? No.
>> Yes, it does have card access integration. While some of the
>> documentation seems to indicate its only available for the X255 the 9600
>> does have an access chip available making it compatible with the GEMACM1D
>> which can support the Napco line of prox readers or HID prox readers or
>> as near as I can tell any other 26 bit Weigand device.
>> Supposedly the NAX series of door controllers can also be integrated to
>> function with the Gemini panels, but I have not read the manuals on that
>> one as yet.
>> Now on the other hand... It wold sure be nice if the 9600 or the X255
>> had an upgrade module for a class A initiating circuit, notification
>> circuit, and two line communication. I would probably sell a lot more of
>> them for commerical applications now that just about everybody is
>> requiring sprinkler monitoring on new commercial construction.
>> The guy who makes the final decision on who we buy from.
>> Bob La Londe
>> The Security Consultant
>> Bob La Londe - Owner
>> P.O. Box 5720
>> Yuma, Az 85366
>> (928) 782-9765 ofc
>> (928) 782-7873 fax
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