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HouseLogix Access Control Solutions for Control4

Now your Control4 system can be used for home and light commercial access control. Using RFID tags, these readers connect via RS232 or Wiegand to the Control4 system. Pairing these readers with our HouseLogix Access Control Database (HACD) driver gives you a robust way to manage up to 300 users.


  • Connects to the HouseLogix Access Control Database for User Management
  • Ability to program events off a specific user's badge
  • Programming events for when a user is authenticated or denied access
  • Trigger actions based on the reader's events (approved or denied)

HouseLogix Access Control Database
This driver interfaces with supported RFID card readers, door locks and even security systems, while providing a powerful administration panel for managing user access. Think of it as a central location to which card readers (or other devices) connect and check for user authorization.

houselogix access control

Driver Features:
  • Creates a simple website on the controller for managing users - No Composer software needed!
  • Optionally limit the days of the week, hours, and even calendar dates that a user is allowed access.
  • Support for up to 300 users.
  • Open API that can easily work with a number of RFID, card, or biometric readers.
  • Built-in web server for easier management. Works with any computer, tablet, or phone.
  • Secure! User management is done via secured tokens to help prevent unauthorized access. Plus, you can manually or programmatically start and stop the web server to guarantee it's not open to attack when unused.
  • Flexible driver events all you to program actions based on user access granted or denied, plus a high level access or denial event.