STUV Access and Door Control via BUS Contacts (German)
STUV PLC Control System
The HSL / SL Control System is modular in design. The system serves the reliable and secure operation of access control and information management. When designing the system control, your individual requirements in correctional facilities, police stations and forensic facilities are taken into account.
The control is based on PLC units that determine the status of the locks and control them. The status of the locks is evaluated via the inputs of the PLC. The locks are controlled via the available outputs. The HSL and SL locks are connected individually to the PLC in a star-shaped cabling.
The control unit can also be expanded with RFID wall readers from STUV. Communication between the wall readers and the PLC unit is via RS-485. The PLC units are connected to the central computer via Ethernet. Data exchange between the PLC units and the central computer takes place via TCP/IP. The data of the locks and RFID wall readers are stored in a database on a central computer. In case of changes, the data is automatically updated. The connection to a building management system, a transponder administration and a fallback level can be optionally realised.
PLC Control System
locks can be controlled per PLC module
communication between PLC and central computer via TCP/IP
optional connection for RFID wall readers and keypads
STUV is widely known as a lock manufacturer - we have just as much expertise in the design, planning and implementation of access and door control systems. We are your specialist partner for system integration - be it for a single lock solution or a complete correctional facility.
Feel free to contact us, we will find the right high security solution for every area.
Diez Preventive Detention Centre
The new preventive detention building was constructed on the grounds of Diez Prison (Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany). The 19.5 million euro building offers space for 64 preventive detainees. In the four-storey building with a T-shaped floor plan, they have 18 square metre rooms, each with its own bathroom and a small kitchenette. The new building became necessary due to a decision by the Federal Constitutional Court in May 2011. The practice of executing preventive detention in prison buildings, which had been common in all federal states until then, was declared unconstitutional.
|Room / Door
|Passage door, Outer gate
|HSL High security locks