Access control system power requirements are uniquely different from other systems. Unlike camera system power requirements, access control systems draw more current for locking hardware and during access control-related events. 75 – 85% of access control operating problems and technical support calls are due to power issues. Access control systems require steady and clean (filtered) low-voltage DC current with surge suppression to protect printed circuit boards and connected devices from damage due to dirty power (transients and voltage spikes).
SDC power supplies have been developed specifically to help reduce power system issues and to support electric locks and access control requirements. Our hybrid design combines the efficiency of switching power supplies with the inductive load handling capability of linear power supplies in various 12/24 VDC current output capabilities and enclosure sizes. Filtering and output voltage regulation provide protection and ensure the longevity of all system components.
The high performance, heavy-duty circuitry is ideal for inductive loads and multi-door applications. With the addition of SDC programmable controllers or relay modules, the user-friendly modular designs ensure versatility, interface capability and easy installation of virtually any electric locking devices, access controls and related fire & life safety equipment.
631RF 1.5 Amp DC Power Controller With Cabinet
631RFA 1.5 Amp DC Power Controller With Large Cabinet
631RFL 1.5 Amp DC Power Controller Less Cabinet
• Regulated and filtered linear DC power
• Class 2 output
• Field selectable dual voltage
• Fire/emergency release input
• Isolated battery charging circuit
• Low battery disconnect
• Input and output surge protection
• Visual status indicator (LED)
• Cabinet enclosures with pre-configured control module mounting holes* * Applies to RF and RFA models only.
UL 294 Access Control System Units
UL 603 Power Supplies for Use with Burglar-Alarm Systems
ULC-S318 Power Supplies for Buglar Alarm Systems