Data Converter adapts card access controls.

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Version CVX-1200 MultiBender(TM) data converter for card access control systems can incorporate over 100 common reader interface formats in its on-board memory. It is equipped with pluggable connectors, field configurable interface and formats, low power consumption, low profile snap-in mounting, and future expansion for 255 formats. It suits applications where existing cards and readers are to be made compatible with new controllers.



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Cypress Introduces "All-In-One" Multibender(TM) Data Converter For Card Access Control Systems



Cypress Computer Systems Inc., a leading designer and manufacturer of access control and security related products, announces its CVX-1200 MultiBender(TM) data converter for card access control systems. The MultiBender, part of the Databender(TM) family, is capable of incorporating over 100 common reader interface formats in its on-board memory making it ideal for applications where existing cards and readers need to be compatible with new controllers.

The MultiBender offers pluggable connectors for easy installation and replacement. It is also equipped with field configurable Interface and formats, low power consumption, low profile snap-in mounting, and future expansion for up to 255 formats. The MultiBender also comes with a built-in Pullup resistor option.

This customizable "all-in-one" system is ideal for a variety of markets, including security, hospitality, material handling, healthcare, and education. Specific applications include attaching legacycards readers to new control panels, attaching Prox readers to POS equipment, toll-tags, time and attendance integration, parking applications, and data collection integration.

Reader technologies supported include Wiegand, BarCode, MagStripe, RF-ID and Proximity. For more information visit www.cypresscom.com.

About Cypress Computer Systems, Inc.
Cypress Computer Systems Inc. is the industry leader in the design and manufacture of access control and security (AC/S) related products. Founded in 1983, in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, the company founders first used their extensive technical experience in the industrial data communications industry to develop a wide-area proprietary alarm monitoring system known as Cypress AMS.

Since the installation of the first AMS system at General Motors in 1985, Cypress's product line has evolved to encompass many aspects of security and access control. By the early 90's, the product line consisted of Alarm Monitoring, Access Control, and Fuel Management systems. Cypress also developed a variety of ancillary products which are sold as add-ons to other security manufacturers' equipment. In 1992, Cypress relocated to Michigan to better service major customers in that region such as GM, Chrysler, Ford, and EDS.

Today, Cypress products are used worldwide for a variety of AS/C functions, including parking lot gate controllers, remote buildings, crossing open building complexes, elevator shafts, and more.

Cypress remains wholly owned by the founders, Anthony J. Diodato and Jeffrey J. Roberts, and remains committed to developing state-of-the-art solutions for the access control and security industry.

For more information, contact Cypress Computer Systems, 1778 Imlay City Road, Lapeer, MI 48446, USA; tel: 810-245-2300; email: databender@cypresscom.com. Information is also available on the company's website at www.cypresscom.com.

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