Axis offer network I/O relay modules suitable for facilities of all sizes and for both indoor and outdoor installation.
AXIS A9161 Network I/O Relay Module has 6 configurable I/Os with supervised inputs and a relay. The module reacts on inputs, such as signals from PIR motion detectors or switches, to trigger actions. Its open platform enables a high level of integration with AXIS A1001 Network Door Controller, network cameras, and other facility systems. AXIS A9161 also works standalone. Supplying power to I/O devices, it can extend the functionality of Axis products where additional I/Os or relays are needed. Its convenient size and enclosure makes installation easy and flexible.
6 I/Os and 1 form C relays
12 and 24 V DC output/input or PoE
Based on Axis open platforms - VAPIX and ACAP
Used with AXIS Camera Station or third-party software
AXIS A9188 Network I/O Relay Module is an intelligent module with configurable I/Os and relays and supports supervised inputs. With its open platform it offers a high level of integration with AXIS A1001 Network Door Controller and other facility systems, such as elevator control for floor management and HVAC (Heating, ventilation and AC) systems. It can also be used with AXIS Video Hosting System, AXIS Camera Station or third party partner software. The module provides power to I/O devices and can extend the functionality of any Axis product where you need additional I/Os or relays.
8 I/Os with supervised inputs and configurable levels
8 form C relays
12 and 24 V DC output
PoE+ or 12 and 24 V DC input
AXIS A9188-VE Network I/O Relay Module comes with AXIS T98A15-VE Surveillance Cabinet making it outdoor-ready, vandal-resistant, and UL294-approved. With its 8 configurable I/Os and relays, its open platform enables a high level of integration with AXI S A1001 network door controller and other facility systems.
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