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The infinias eIDC32 Door Controller

The Ethernet-enabled, PoE-powered eIDC32 door controller revolutionizes the concept of IP-based access control with the smallest and most scalable device available.

The compact door controller leverages Power over Ethernet (PoE), and only requires a single CAT5/CAT6 network cable running from your door to the nearest network switch-providing considerable cost-savings and flexibility when installing access control. Additionally, the eIDC32 features multiple inputs and outputs, supports up to two card readers per door and will power all of your door accessories.

Delivers the Power You Need

The infinias eIDC32 PoE-powered door controller delivers the power you need in the smallest form factor in the industry. It can handle more cards, more schedules and more functions than any single door controller on the market — making it an advantaged solution for virtually any access control installation.
Offers Multiple Inputs and Outputs

The eIDC32 door controller supports up to two readers per door and features multiple configurable inputs and outputs, providing enhanced support and flexibility at every door.

Grows with Your Organization's Needs

Add one or more doors as your needs grow. Simply add an eIDC32 door controller, connect a CAT5/CAT6 cable to the nearest network switch and you're ready to go. Add a single door-or thousands.

Delivers a Trouble-free User Experience

Every eIDC32 door controller is thoroughly tested — under extreme-use conditions for seven consecutive days — before shipping to our customers, to ensure a trouble-free user experience. infinias' end-to-end quality control process ensures seamless operation across every platform.

The True Power of 'Power over Ethernet'

Power over Ethernet (PoE) enables a single Ethernet cable to provide both data connection and electrical power to network devices, eliminating the need to run a separate cable, simplifying installation and cutting overall installation costs.

PoE and the infinias eIDC32 Door Controller

Because it uses Power over Ethernet (PoE), the infinias eIDC32 door controller only requires a single network cable running to your door, providing cost-savings and flexibility when installing access control. Advantages include:

  • Run one cable to the door (vs. 12-16 conductors home-run)
  • Single Ethernet cable transmits both power and data with no additional power outlets required
  • eIDC32 mounts in a standard double gang box
  • PoE powers all peripheral door hardware (readers, locks, strikes, sensors, etc.) from the controller so there's no need for separate power supplies.
  • Plug and play (limited configuration required)

Additionally, PoE enables centralized power management for all eIDC32 controller devices, minimizing downtime, installation and maintenance costs.

The Power to Do More

The PoE-powered eIDC32 door controller is engineered to provide local power for door strikes, readers, and additional door hardware peripherals-reducing wiring complexity, and providing unmatched convenience and flexibility.

The eIDC32 door can handle more cards, more scheduling, more rules and many other functions- providing power and multiple configurable inputs and outputs to handle nearly every type of installation.

Power a Variety of Devices

The eIDC32 is equipped with two open collectors supporting up to 450 mA of combined power. This powerful feature enables the device to power the door strike or other equipment and devices, such as a connected horn or alarm.

Unlock Mag Locks

The eIDC32 features a Form C relay (rated for 5A and 250V) that can be used to control the energized or de-energized state of a mag lock.

Note: an external power source is needed to fully power the magnetic lock.

Even MORE Power…for Additional Connections and Devices

Additionally, the eIDC32 door controller is capable of providing power for other connections and devices, such as:

  • Ethernet connection (PoE)
  • PIR sensor
  • REX button
  • Door contact switch
  • Built-in warning buzzer
  • Built-in infrared tamper sensor
  • Card reader/reader with keypad (up to two total)

Power Output:

  • The total available power from the output section of the controller is 450 mA at 12 V.
  • The total maximum power that the controller can provide is 750 mA at 12 V. (This includes the open collectors as well as both card reader sections.)

Note: You must stay within the available power capacity for both total power and maximum power listed above.

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