OSDP access control integration

OSDP access control integration

​​The Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP) is an access control communication protocol recently adopted by the Security Industry Association (SIA) to improve interoperability among access control and security products. OSDP v2.1.7 is currently in-process to become a standard recognized by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and OSDP is in constant refinement to retain its industry-leading position.

OSDP specifically applies to peripheral devices (PDs) such as card readers and other devices at secured access doors/gates and their control panels (CPs).

With OSDP, all the functions which used to require 12 or more physical wires between the door location and the access control panel ­(including wires for the card reader, door strike, alarm contact, and Request to Exit functions) can be fully implemented using just 2 wires.

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