The data control computer: the central control unit of the ParkMaster 100 systems.

All current Data Control Computers (BFRs) have an optional contact switching interface. This interface is available in three versions: with inputs only, with outputs only and as a combined version with both inputs and outputs. These variants are available with 4, 8 or 16 contacts (combined version with 8, 16 and 32).
The extensive configurability enables many control and system reaction possibilities.

Nearly all systems with switching contacts can be connected in this way. Of course, it is also still possible to use the network connection via Ethernet (TCP/IP).
designa_logo.gifFor some PARKMASTER 100 signals - such as lack of tickets, or a broken barrier - the switching contacts can send alarms to external systems, such as the building system controls.

The same applies to external messages. For example, switching contacts can be used to forward alarm messages, such as CO or fire alarms, to PARKMASTER 100. Depending on the settings, these appear as a configurable text message on the Win-PWT operator computer.

However, other system reactions, such as automatic opening of barriers, can also be activated. The I/O expansion is especially helpful when installing upgrades of functions at a later time. For example, if a parking system is retrofitted with an intercom system with call
forwarding and external barrier opening, then the external barrier opening function can be controlled by means of the I/O expansion without additional wiring to the barrier.
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