Each reader control module can manage up to two ID devices and operate their associated barriers or turnstiles via robust output relays.
Each DeltaQuest module collects ID data from the attached card readers or keypads and sends it together with the identity of the reader/keypad to the third-party software via the master module. If the software identifies that the ID data is valid, it can permit access to the user through the barrier or turnstile by sending a simple command to the corresponding DeltaQuest module via the master.
The DeltaQuest is ideal for use in the leisure industry when combined with third-party membership software.
The DeltaQuest is compatible with all Nortech’s reader technologies and can support many third-party readers and keypads.
|Required Power Supply:||12VDC @ 1 amp (max)|
|Current Draw:||Typically 200mA @12V DC|
|Reader supply:||12V DC or 5V DC (200 mA max. @ 12V)|
|Dimensions (mm):||125.5 x 125.5 x 23 (H x W x D)|
|Cable Termination:||USB: Mini USB type-B socket
TCP/IP : RJ45 socket
Other: Plug-in terminal blocks
|Output relays:||Voltage free changeover relay per reader, rated at 2A @ 30V DC. Variable output times driven by software|
|Request to Exit:||Ground activated input per reader, configurable operation time from 0.5 to 10 seconds|
|Auxiliary Outputs:||Open-collector output per reader|
|PC connection:||USB: USB 2.0 A plug to Mini type-B plug lead, or TCP/IP - follow standard data networking recommendations|
|Master/Slave RS485:||Cabling Belden 9729 or equivalent (1200m max)|
|Reader Cabling:||Belden 9536 or equivalent (25m max for RS232 reader, 100m max for C&D or Wiegand reader)|
|Operating temp.:||0°C to 50°C|
|Storage temp.:||-20°C to 70°C|
|Relative humidity:||95% non-condensing|