Suprema’s XPass D2 reader has officially received ODSP certification from the Security Industry Association. The certification indicates that the XPass D2 is compliant with the Open Supervised Device Protocol, which encourages developers to make access control products that are interoperable with those from other manufacturers. The ODSP standard also promotes device security with mandatory RS-485 protocols and AES-128 encryption.
The XPass D2 itself is a compact RFID reader designed for use in outdoor environments. It boasts IP67 and IK08 ratings, and is compatible with RFID cards and with digital credentials stored on devices with Bluetooth or NFC capabilities. That includes Suprema’s own Mobile Access solution, an app-based system that lets people store their credential on a personal Android or iOS device.
“OSDP is an open protocol aimed to increase interoperability between different OEM products and overall security in access control systems and the certification shows that Suprema products are meeting industry’s newest and highest standards,” said Suprema CEO Hanchul Kim. “We will be committed to making all of our products OSDP compliant moving forward.”
A group of security industry professionals listed Suprema as the top access control software and mobile access brand in a recent survey in A&S Magazine. In November, that same magazine also named Suprema as one of the world’s top 50 security providers for the 10th consecutive year. The XPass D2 series originally debuted back in 2018.