The Sphere Systems Liftcom controls access to floors through lifts. A Windows®-based Graphical User Interface is used to allow the user to configure and monitor the Liftcom. It is also used to log the data from the Liftcom and to compile lift access histories.
- Up to 64 floors.
- Dallas buttons.
- Weigand or proximity readers.
- Digital inputs for floor selection.
- Relay outputs for driving lift system.
- Time-clock capability for each floor.
- 8 general-purpose alarms.
- Onboard real-time clock.
- Standalone operation or can be part of a total building automation system.
- Operates without a PC through a modem for dial-up access.
- Can be integrated with other Sphere Systems building automation components
- DDC activation from card presentation in an integrated system
- 1500 (extendable to greater than 3000) cards.
- Last 700 card presentations logged using battery-backed memory.
- Fully user-programmable.
- Configured using a graphic interface, no programming language to learn.
- Fully Windows®98/NT4/2000/XP compatible.
- Fully Australian designed and manufactured.
- 62 mm wide x 208 mm long by 20 mm high.
- The card is designed to fit Augat 3TK Series Snaptrack.
- 5 -50 °C, 10% to 90% noncondensing.
Nominal 17V AC @ 250 mA.
.Data - 20 way Flat ribbon. 3 meters maximum.
All electronics and power supplies can be mounted in plastic or metal sealed enclosures to meet environmental requirements. No fans, heat sinks or other heat dissipation methods are required. Field wiring connections can be provided through plugs, sockets or penetrations in the enclosure meeting expected environmental requirements.
Enclosures will be sized to accommodate the equipment to be housed.