Wireless Expansion Boards connect access control devices.
February 12, 2013 -
DKS wireless expansion boards will connect card readers, keypads, or any 26-bit Wiegand device to DKS 1830 series telephone entry and access control products without requiring wiring to be run back to controller. Each board acts as repeater station to provide for longer distances; individual repeater units are available when access control device is not needed. As many as 16 card readers or other access devices can be added to access control system without additional wire runs.
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|Original Press Release |
120 S. Glasgow Ave.
Inglewood, CA, 90301
DoorKing Introduces Wireless Expansion
Inglewood, CA – DoorKing is introducing wireless expansion boards for its 1830 series of telephone entry and access control products. The new wireless expansion boards make it possible to add up to 16 card readers (or other access devices) to an access control system without the need for additional wire runs.
DKS Wireless expansion boards will connect card readers, keypads or just about any 26-bit wiegand device to DKS 1830 series access controllers without the need to run wiring back to the controller. This is a great time, labor and money saver! Each board also acts as a repeater station to provide for longer distances, or individual repeater units are available when an access control device is not needed. Richard Sedivy, DoorKing's Director of Marketing also added, "Installers will love these wireless boards since it simplifies installation and business owners will appreciate the time saved, which adds to the bottom line. All you need is a power source at the entry point and you are ready to go!"
For additional information, visit the company's web site at www.doorking.com or contact the DoorKing Sales Department at 800-826-7493. DoorKing, Inc. is one of the largest and oldest manufacturers of access control and vehicular gate operator products in the country.