Directory of Access Products Supporting Wiegand Replacement OSDP

By: Brian Rhodes, Published on Oct 01, 2015

OSDP is a clear replacement for Wiegand, with increasing industry support and end user adoption.

However, manufacturer acceptance of OSDP into access products is still fragmented, with many manufacturers still currently producing older 'wiegand only' products.

This list includes readers, controllers and field adapter modules that claim OSDP compliance.

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Comments (8)

I do quite a bit of OSDP work, so I can attest that this list is incomplete. I'll add at least the following devices to your list, whose OSDP support is public knowledge:

  • Mercury MRDT module.
  • Vanderbilt/Siemens AR40S-MF

Also, the Hirsch readers is a "Scramblepad", not a "Scramplepad".

Thanks. Also, typo corrected!

I do the open source implementation and I've not seen some of these and I know others are... hard to find in the wild. I wonder how you validated this list.

I provided links to all the OSDP claims in the update, but there was no validation beyond that.

One of the big issues with SIA's Management of OSDP is that they offer no list of 'conformant devices'. Do you know of a 'master list'?

Open source implementation, you say?

OK OK I posted a list.  https://osdp.equipment.  Terse and casually managed, most definitely not meant to replace the list here.  My list is likely incomplete too.

This is useful! Thanks!

...and frontier-security apparently doesn't exist any more.

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