For any access control job up to 96 doors, system integrators will soon be able to streamline installations by centralizing the power supply and access control modules, all in one secure enclosure.
At this year’s ISC West show, DMP will unveil its expanded line of access enclosures, giving users multiple access system options to meet various applications.
“This is something our dealers have requested, and we’re excited to deliver. The new enclosures will allow [users] to install multiple DMP access control modules and a power supply, all together in one place,” says Brad Tucker, vice president of product management and support for DMP.
Tucker adds that, with the new enclosure, technicians will "have the ability to replace several enclosures with just one — there’s no need to string cable from box to box — everything is centralized in one place, making installations go more quickly. Also, customers will appreciate the fact that less wall space is taken up.”
Depending on customer requirements, DMP offers an eight-door configuration with a power supply for quick set-up, or a 16-door configuration for larger installations. Each enclosure has mounting plates that are removable so installers can hang the enclosure for pre-wire phase, then come back with the electronics for trim-out.
“Our dealers have always had the flexibility of mounting our 734 access control modules at the door or in a central location,” DMP's Tucker further explains. “Now, in cases where they want to install in a centralized manner or are doing a retrofit of an existing system, this allows them to accommodate many of our access control modules, all in a secure enclosure.”
DMP’s new access control enclosure design also includes wire management anchors for easily making installations look clean and organized. "By taking the centralized approach, many technicians agree that future service is easier," concludes DMP's Tucker. "It’s easy to see and locate all of the wiring and see how the installation is done."
DMP is a privately-held, independent manufacturer of innovative intrusion, fire, access control, network and cellular communication products designed, engineered, and manufactured in Springfield, MO, using U.S. and global components.
DMP is a notable specialist in alarm communications over data networks, with products that are available through professional electronic security companies. For more information, contact Mark Hillenburg at [email protected] or visit www.DMP.com.