Version with three additional built-in relays. For gates, barriers and other devices with "dry contact".
- Controls the drive of the gate, barrier, and other devices with "dry contact".
- Four built-in independently controlled relays.
- Reader and exit button support.
- Four independent inputs for exit buttons to control relays.
- Connecting to the server via Wi-Fi.
- Offline operation without the Internet (except for control using the mobile application).
How it works
The Propuskator controller is the main device responsible for the operation of the access point. The option with a relay is designed to control the drive of the gate, barrier and other devices with a "dry contact". The CPR-WTR version allows you to connect up to four controlled devices to one controller. At the same time, it is possible to connect only one tag reader.
The controller receives a command to open the barrier or gate:
- from a tag reader operating under the Wiegand 26 protocol;
- from the module for recognition of license plates;
- from other devices.
Management is possible using the cloud access control system, as well as via the phone:
- mobile applications 2Smart Cloud or Propuskator;
- phone call;
- voice commands;
- Telegram bot.
Please note that control via phone calls, voice commands, and Telegram bot is only available for the main relay of the CPR-WTR controller. You can control three additional relays only via a mobile application and a cloud access control system.
Additional software options for a controller with four relays:
- the ability to independently configure the opening time of each relay;
- the ability to independently configure the opening using a tag for each relay;
- the ability to independently select the operating mode of each of the relays (magnet/latch);
- the ability to independently configure the control of the exit button of each relay;
- the ability to choose which of the four relays will be opened by the reader.
The controller can be installed in any convenient place - installing it in the gate body is recommended. At the same time, you need to remember the restrictions on the length of the wire coming from the tag reader (if used) - for the device to work correctly using the Wiegand protocol, the cables should not be longer than 50 meters. The controller must also be in the area of the Wi-Fi network in which it will work.
The controller and the devices it controls also require a 12 VDC power supply. The power of the power supply is selected based on the needs of your access point.
After installing the entire set of equipment, the CPR-WTR controller can be configured to control the access point using the 2Smart Cloud mobile application (manual). You can also connect it to the cloud-based ACS Propuskator (manual).
The 2Smart Cloud application allows you to control gates, doors, or wickets remotely. Cloud ACS allows you to set up schedules, add users, track activity and remotely manage many access points for organizations and offices.
Basic controller functionality
- Setting the operating mode of the electric lock or drive - voltage in the closed state is supplied (for magnetic locks) or absent.
- Setting the time for the lock to open in seconds.
- Automatic locking mode with the ability to disable.
- Enabling or disabling the exit button.
- Sound identification when the door is unlocked with the ability to disable.
- Setting the operating mode of the opening sensors.
- The mode of checking the validity of the read tag format.
- Configuring the emergency mode - all tags with any rules or only tags with full access get access.
- Selecting automatic or manual update mode.
- Setting the interval for updating rules from the cloud ACS.
- Setting up notifications for the mobile app.
- Enabling and disabling the ability to control from the mobile applications Propuskator and 2Smart Cloud.
- Device reboot.
- The executive device.
- User's Manual.
- Supply voltage 9 V ... 17 V.
- The current when connected via Wi-Fi is up to 200 mA.
- Relay type: NO.
- Button: NO.
- Opening sensors: NO.
- The range of work is unlimited when connected to the Internet.