DoorBird presents its latest product, a groundbreaking access control system that the company says goes far beyond conventional standards.

DoorBird A1122 is described as more than just an access control system – it has been created to redefine security and convenience. Compact and IP-based, it is a multi-technology device that can be used for a wide range of applications. Even when installed as a stand-alone solution, it opens up new possibilities for use in a wide range of locations such as back and side doors, garages, storage and packing rooms and elevators, says the maker. Its compact design allows the unit to be easily mounted on the door frame and integrate seamlessly into any environment.

The A1122 complements DoorBird’s successful A1121 IP access controller. This efficient access control system featuring a keypad and RFID reader is now also available with a fingerprint reader in place of the keypad. Access can be controlled via fingerprint or via the multi-frequency RFID reader (125 kHz + 13.56 MHz) using an RFID transponder.

The integrated fingerprint reader not only provides maximum security, but also features an intelligent locking mechanism that temporarily locks the system after multiple unauthorised attempts.

Easy network integration is via wireless or wired connection via Wi-Fi or LAN cable. If a network cable is used, the device can even be powered using Power over Ethernet (PoE). In the event of a temporary internet outage, all functions within the local network will remain active. The software for the IP access control solution runs on the device itself, eliminating the need for additional hardware components.

In addition to two relays, DoorBird A1122 has a configurable Wiegand output interface for integration with existing access control or alarm systems. Installers can also integrate the device into third-party home and building automation systems via HTTP(S) calls.

This new access control system is more than just innovative technology – it is a holistic solution that combines security, flexibility and ease of use, says its creator.

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