Ethernet Part Number: 1DE
PoE Part Number: 1DPOE
Wireless Part Number: 1DW
Single io Introduction
Easily add single doors to a Cloud Node
The single io controller is used for adding doors to a Cloud Node one door at a time or expanding an existing pdk system. With the option of network, PoE, or wireless connectivity, the single io is the most flexible controller on the market. Each unit is equipped with a fully supervised power circuit that monitors input, output, battery voltage, and overall controller health. Users receive important system notifications via text and email.
Single io Features
Whether you need three doors or a thousand, the single io controller also allows you to scale the system to just the right size. Also, with the flexibility of our WiMAC wireless, you can add more doors anytime, or anywhere.
Never be caught off guard again. Pdk.io intelligently monitors the network and wireless connectivity of each controller in your system and alerts you if any issues arise.
Plug n’ Play Connectivity
All io devices were designed to be plug n’ play. That means they’re super-easy to install right out of the box. It’s easy to add in any io device no matter how large the job is, and you can quickly scale a system to any size. A Cloud Node can connect to as many as a thousand doors on a single platform.
Unparalleled Wireless Range
With WiMAC (Wireless Mesh Access Control), experience up to one-mile line of sight, and 450 ft. (on average) indoor range. Every WiMAC device installed extends and strengthens the self-healing wireless mesh network. WiMAC is unmatched in security with a proprietary signal and AES encryption.
Two Reader Inputs
Two reader inputs are ideal for applications where both read-in and read-out is a security requirement. Know exactly when users enter and exit a premise. The second reader input can also be assigned to trigger automated events.
Network, PoE, Wireless
Choose from three flexible connectivity options that fit any application. The Single io is built for ultra-low bandwidth consumption and easily connects to existing or dedicated networks. Easily expand a system's wireless coverage (via network) using the Ethernet gateway.
NOTE: By default, wireless devices use what is known as DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol), which automatically assigns a dynamic (temporary) IP address for a network. For eight io Ethernet connections, a static (permanent) IP address is REQUIRED; a static IP address is not required for Cloud Nodes.
To set up a static IP address for an Ethernet device, the third-party Lantronix DeviceInstaller application can be used. The suggested static IP address can be obtained from your IT manager or network administrator. The default dynamic IP address that is already assigned to the device by the router may also be used and converted to a static IP address.
Download the Lantronix DeviceInstaller (stand-alone version) at the Lantronix website for the necessary zip file (and DeviceInstaller Help, if necessary) to install and use this application.
- Removable screw-down terminals
- Power Supply Input
- Industrial-grade 2A Form-C Relays (1 Door / 1 Aux)
- Reader Input (2)
- Input A (Door Position Sensor)
- Input B (Request To Exit)
- WiMAC Wireless Mesh (2.4 GHz / 802.15.4)
- Encryption: AES 128-bit
- Wireless Range: 1 Mile Line-of-Sight, 450 ft. indoor average
- Temperature: -4º ~ +140º F / -20º ~ +60º C
- Humidity: 0 - 95% relative humidity non-condensing
- Dimensions (W x H x D) 6.5” x 7.5” x 2”
- Metal lockable security can (indoor use only)
- Lock sold separately
- 1.65 lbs (26.4 oz)
- Conforms to UL 294 (excludes Single io PoE - Part Number: 1DPOE)
- 12-24VAC/DC Input
- 12VDC 1.5A *Battery-backed output
- Powers readers and other door hardware directly from the bus
* Power supply and battery not included
Recommended Power Supply
- Power Supply: ELK-TRG1640 or HVC
Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty
One to three-year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. For full details, visit prodatakey.com.
NOTE: If two Cloud Nodes are in the same vicinity (even within a mile) and you are unable to detect a wireless device on the nearest Cloud Node, check the other Cloud Node in Discovery to see if it connected to the wrong Cloud Node.