ZEM-CWI 2.4 GHZ Wi-Fi Smart Door Controller for Access control
The Wi-Fi Smart controller ZEM-CWI is designed for electric locking devices (Automatic door Openers, Maglocks, Electric strikes, drop bolts, ETC) that can be installed in gates, main doors, side doors and another type of doors, plus other electrical equipment that will be controlled remotely via WIFI that you can see it from anywhere in the world as long as you have internet access on your computer, smartphone or tablet.
ZEM-CWI can be controlled via our OpenSEE app.
- You can add unlimited doors and unlimited CWI Devices.
- Remotely Control doors or other electrical equipment via mobile app.
- No monthly fees, Self Monitoring, DIY – Plug and play, No Contracts and No-Hassle
- Be notified in real time by push notifications.
- 4 Universal Inputs and Outputs (Open collectors)
- 1 Relay Output for stand alone systems.
- 990 Users who have permission to control.
- Web access: https://m.openseewebapp.zemgosmart.com/
- You may use this webaccess by any browser on your computer. You may use it on a Microsoft computer or Mac, smartphone and tablet.
- You can add Weigand EM card reader or keypads.
- Real time status of your devices.
- Create Permission schedules for users and devices.
- Event log and notifications.
- Low power consumption.
- You may view this app on a smartphone, Smart Tablet and Normal PC.
- Apple and Google Play app: “Opensee”
- 3 years Warranty
- The range between the router and the CWI Smart Controllers is from 6.6 feet up to 164 feet.
- Attention: The app is only available for IOS 8 or Android 7 or Higher. Will not work with lower versions.
Wi-Fi Smart Door Controller ZEM-CWI can work with
Control Weigand EM Card Reader or Keypad
You can connect to the Wi-Fi Smart Door Controller a Weigand keypad or reader and it can be synced to the OpenSee app, allowing you to receive a notification from the app and create an event log when a user passes a card or enters a PIN in the keypad/reader.
Receive Denied Access Notifications
When a user that doesn’t have permission at all or have schedule restriction to access the system tries to open a door, the OpenSee app will generate a notification stating that a user has denied access.
Mobile and Web Browser app
|Power supply voltage||9-28 V DC|
|Current consumption||150 mA|
|Universal inputs/outputs||4, can be set either as input IN with type: NC, NO, EOL=10 kΩ, or output OUT (open collector (OC) 50 mA)|
|Output||1 vnt, relay, 1 A 30 V DC, 0,5 A 125 V AC|
|Event transmission protocol||TRK_TCP or TRK_UDP|
|Encryption key||6 symbol encryption key|
|Wi-Fi frequency||2,4 GHz|
|Wi-Fi protocol||802.11 b/g/n|
|Security mode||WPA, WPA2, WPA mixed|
|Network configuration type||DHCP or manual network configuration (using phone or laptop)|
|Unsent events memory||Up to 60 events|
|Event log memory||Up to 5000 events|
|Users who have permission to control||990|
|Operating environment||Temperature from –10 °C to +50 °C (14 °F to 122 °F), relative air humidity – up to 80 % at +20 °C (68 °F)|
|Dimensions||88 x 62 x 26 mm (3.46 x 2.44 x 1.02 Inches)|
|Weight||80 g (0.17 Pounds)|