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13.56 MHz Mifare Proximity Card Reader with Sensor Keypad HEL-902/MF-34

13.56 MHz Mifare Proximity Card Reader with Sensor Keypad HEL-902/MF-34

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€27.04

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Quick Overview

Contactless RFID reader with built in sensor keyboard. Extremely elegant and beautiful design. The buttons have special covering and no mechanical elements which guarantee 0% abrasion.



Ability to work with RFID card, PIN code and combination between these two methods. The reader supports standard communication protocol which is compatible with most of the controllers. It is waterproof and is suitable for outdoor installation. Very convenient to work in darkness thanks to the powerful blue led which lights all the buttons.

Functionality
-Keyboard with sensor buttons
-Ability to send work codes
-Built in RFID reader
-Waterproof
-Supported distance between controller and reader – 100 meters
-LЕD light for all buttons

Application

This reader is suitable for lot of access control systems in different buildings like residential and administrative buildings. Ability to use work codes to generate an event which informs you where have your employees been during the work day.  Also a special feature is its compatibility with user cards of the public transport in Sofia. This means that users of the new access control system can use their own transport cards which is for the bus, train and others.

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Reading range (cm) 5-10
Reading time(ms) 20
Identification type Card identification
RFID technology 13.56 MHz-Mifare
Communication Wiegand 26 bit, Wiegand 34 bit
Voltage DC 9V-16V
Current (mA) 70
LED indicator Yes
Beeper Yes
Operating temperature -25℃ - 75℃
Operating humidity(RH) 10%-90%
Dimension (mm) 115*75*16
Certification CE
Warranty (Years) 1
Options No
Downloads No
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