Controller Pro 2

  • The brains of the Kisi access control system Each controller connects up to 4 doors Connect all locations to one online dashboard First cloud system that works fully offline Syncs with any directory.

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The Kisi Controller Pro 2 allows you to seamlessly transition to the Kisi platform and update your access control system while retaining your existing wiring, readers, and even credential data.
Secure multiple doors as desired.
Attend to as many of your current devices as you like.
No operational downtime.
Decentralized and scalable network of control units and readers.
On your local network, Kisi operates as a decentralized system, differing from traditional systems, and utilizes modern network protocols. Kisi allows connection to up to four doors per control unit, but the number of readers per door is not limited to the connection of doors to the control unit.
This design enables Kisi to be scalable, ranging from single-door configurations to systems for thousands of doors, with flexibility in obtaining different numbers of reading devices per door.
Network Access Requirements:
Kisi controllers and readers can connect to the internet using either Ethernet or WiFi. Ethernet connection is the preferred method and will be prioritized over WiFi.
However, we recommend setting up Kisi to work with both network options (Ethernet and WiFi) for redundancy. If the Kisi controller is located in an area without WiFi coverage, setting up a dedicated 4G hotspot may be appropriate.
Kisi devices can connect to the network via wired Ethernet connection, supporting speeds of 10 Mbps and 100 Mbps.
Kisi devices can operate on both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequencies. They do not require an open network to operate, as they can function on WPA, WPA2, and open networks. As a best practice, we recommend installing the Kisi controller near the router.
Currently, Kisi devices do not support enterprise-level WiFi authentication (802.1x), which requires logging in with a username and password in addition to the usual SSID. Your Kisi controller cannot connect to such networks unless using 802.11n WiFi operating in the 5 GHz band. Kisi devices also seamlessly work with 802.11a, 802.11b, and 802.11g networks.
Kisi devices do not support networks that require users to input login details before granting access to the network (captive portal networks). This is commonly encountered in public hotspots and some guest networks in office environments.
Fire Safety:
Compatible with any ready-to-use fire alarm panel, for example, the FPA-1000 Fire Panel from Bosch.