Cypress OSDP Data Splitter Enables the Sharing of Data with Multiple Panels

Cypress Integration Solutions says that it developed its new OSDP Data Splitter to meet the needs of larger businesses that need diversified access control solutions.

LAPEER, Mich.—Cypress Integration Solutions recently released a new OSDP Data Splitter which allows sharing of an OSDP reader with two OSDP panels.

The Midwest-based company explains its new  OSDP Data Splitter (ODM-2010) directs the reader’s credential data to both systems. Once setup, PD port 1 is connected to the primary controller, and it has full control over the reader and sends I/O messages such as LED/buzzer commands. PD port 2 connects to the secondary controller and sends credential data only; OSDP I/O commands receive NAK replies.

“The line of OSDP Splitters came about through projects we were working on with several large customers,” says Jacob LeRoy, senior sales and development manager, Cypress. “As they have come to market, we have seen growing interest in these devices.”

Building on its reputation as a provider of problem-solving access control devices, the company continues, the newly announced splitter has garnered interest from a number of access control professionals.

Cypress adds that along with the ODM-2010, a custom Data Splitter is also available to allow an OSDP reader to share two panels to send credential data to one panel or the other based on a custom credential configuration. In addition, there are also versions available that allow the sharing of OSDP reader data with one OSDP panel and one Wiegand panel.

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