NIDAC Releases new Presco Interface Module
NIDAC PIM 4 module release – NIDAC has released its new series 4 Presco interface module, which is used to convert common data formats to suit the needs of target devices.
PIM Series 4 features 12V DC operation, USB-C connectivity for PC interfacing, and can backup an existing database directly from a PAC, or easily upload databases into PAC controllers in remote locations or sites.
PIM Series 4 makes it possible to convert peripherals without Wiegand output to work with Wiegand controllers, or to convert Wiegand to Presco for cable runs over 100m or subject to high levels of interference, then convert them back to Wiegand before they reach the controller.
The device allows techs to convert output from Wiegand devices to Presco for PAC controllers, supports Wiegand formats up to 128-bit with site codes up to 32 bits, plus optional start and end parity bits.
It can read up to 128 bits from Dallas iButton user memory or 64 bits from factory ID, and it reads up to 32 characters or digits from Track 1, 2 or 3 from clock and data (magnetic card) format inputs.
PIM Series 4 is suitable for elevator and lift car cable runs, and each unit is factory-tested by the Australian manufacturer and comes with 5-year warranty included.
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NIDAC PIM 4 Module Release Specifications:
- Dimensions of 61mm x 58mm x 23mm (with feet)
- Operating Voltage of 10 ‐ 15 Volts D.C.
- Operating Current of 35mA max. @ 12 Volts D.C.
- Wiegand Output with Pulse width of 50μs and Pulse separation of 2ms
- USB 2.0 on USB-C connector presents as VCP (Virtual Com Port) on PC
- Baud rate: 115200bps
- Data bits: 8
- Parity: None
- Handshaking: None
- RS-232 Baud Rate options are 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19,200, 38,400, 57,600, or 115,200bps
- Data bits: 8
- Parity: None, Odd or Even
- Handshaking: Hardware or None.