The new DoorBird A1121 provides secure access control via keypad PIN codes or RFID transponder to garages, side entrances, and service rooms. The Wi-Fi/PoE-enabled stand-alone IP access control solution device is now available worldwide.
The Bird Home Automation Group develops and manufactures IP video door intercoms and IP access control devices under the trademark “DoorBird” around the world. The company’s headquarters and production plant are in Berlin, Germany, with sales offices in San Francisco, CA, and Jacksonville, FL.
Bird Home Automation, the Berlin-based manufacturer of IP video door stations, launched the DoorBird A1121 reaching a new milestone in the field of intelligent door communication. The new access control device with keypad and RFID function is particularly applicable in places where no video intercom system is desired. For example, the compact device can control access to garages, side doors, bicycle cellars, storage, and service rooms.
To match the installation environment, DoorBird customers can choose from a variety of front panel finishes. In addition to brushed stainless steel, more surfaces and colors are available from stock, such as bronze, titanium, DB 703 pearled dark grey and RAL 7016 anthracite gray.
Thanks to the weatherproof housing, the device can be surface or flush mounted in both outdoor and indoor settings. The stand-alone DoorBird solution also features a configurable Wiegand interface, enabling integration into existing access control infrastructures and alarm system.
The multifunctional A1121 access control device is equipped with two relays, allowing trigger actions at two doors or gates as well as HTTP(S) calls.
The A1121 can also be paired with DoorBird’s A1081 I/O Door Controller, which provides three additional relays per device.
Access control occurs by entering PIN codes on the illuminated keypad or via the multi-frequency RFID reader using an RFID transponder. The administrator can define different schedules and actions for each PIN code and RFID transponder to assign individual access rights to authorized persons.
An integrated tamper sensor can detect when the device is removed and send a push notification to the administrator. All functions can be configured remotely via the free DoorBird app or the web-based administration tool.