As an access control system, the Hirsch Mx controller includes extensive onboard firmware for control sequences as basic as “who goes where when” to sophisticated functions like 2-person rule, occupancy counting, individual user tagging, door interlocking, and anti-passback. Full functionality is maintained even when the Velocity Security Management System is not available, for example during a network outage.
Access may be restricted based on: Time of Day, Day of Week, and Door. Access may be granted when the user presents the correct code, card, or both. The user may be granted temporary access based on: Use Count Limits, Temporary Day Limits, and Absentee Rule Limits, with Auto-Disable or Auto-Delete on Expiration of Temporary Users.
Additional functions include: Unlock/Relock, Alarm Mask/Unmask, and Lock Down/Lock Down Release. The associated door may be monitored for Door Forced Open and Door Open Too Long, while providing Auto Relock Control.
While the standard Mx Controller has an extensive array of options, there are many custom features that are available through the Professional Services Group (PSG). These range from integration with time and attendance systems to PKI certificate authentication services.
Readers/keypads supported include uTrust ScramblePad, ScrambleProx, ScrambleSmartProx, and many other technologies including: Magnetic Stripe, Smart Card (such as DESFire, MIFARE, PIV, or PIV-I), Proximity, Bar Code, RF, IR, and Biometric. Technologies may be combined on the same controller or the same door in many different combinations.
The Hirsch Mx controller is available in 2, 4, and 8 door models, with each door being fully supervised. The modular design and the scalable architecture of the Hirsch Mx Controller enables an installation to start small and grow large, from a single controller system to a larger, multi-site enterprise. doors.
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