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125kHz ASK(EM) Standalone Proximity Controller for Access control and Time attendance SCR100

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125kHz ASK(EM) Standalone Proximity Controller for Access control and Time attendance SCR100

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€135.20

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SCR100 is a 125kHz ASK(EM) Standalone Proximity Controller for Access control and Time attendance management. Without LCD and keypad.


Elegant design with Acrylic plastic;
With TCP/IP interface, avoid RS485 communication and low speed for transferring data, standalone or network deployment;
Professional access control function: 50 time zones, 5 groups, 10 open door combination, support multi users entry;
Protect the data with encrypted technology;
Built-in relay contacts lock, alarm, door sensor & exit button;
Wiegand input & output enable Master/Slaver access control;
Embedded webserver: support browser to inquire access data at local or remote;
No LCD and no keypad enhance the functions of water- and dust-resistant;
Read Range:5-10 cm;
3 Color LED Indicators(Blue, Red and Green) with audible beep;
Voltage:12 VDC;
Current: 300 mA.

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User capacity 30 000
Transaction capacity 50 000
Identification type Card identification
RFID technology 125 kHz ASK(EM)
Input ports 3ea (Door sensor,Exit button,26 bit Wiegand input)
Outputs ports 3ea (26 bit Wiegand output, Locking device, Alarm)
Communication LAN, RS 232 C, RS 485, Wiegand 26 bit-input, Wiegand 26 bit-output
Voltage 12 VDC
Current (mA) 300
LED indicator 3-colour LED
Beeper Yes
Operating temperature 0 °C - +45 °C
Operating humidity(RH) 20% - 80%
Dimension (mm) 153*95.5*35.5
Certification CE
Warranty (Years) 1
Software Free
Downloads Free downloadable software for time attendance management
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