Security - Recognizes card formats up to 85 bits, with over 137 billion unique codes.
Audiovisual Indication - When a proximity card is presented to the reader, the red LED flashes green and the beeper sounds. The multicolor LED and beeper can also be controlled individually by the host system.
Diagnostics - On reader power-up, an internal self-test routine checks and verifies the setup configuration, determines the internal or external control of the LED and beeper, and initializes reader operation. An additional external loop-back test allows for the reader outputs and inputs to be verified without the use of additional test equipment.
Indoor/outdoor Design - Sealed in a rugged, weatherized polycarbonate enclosure designed to withstand harsh environments, providing reliable performance and a high degree of vandal resistance.
Easily Interfaced - Wiegand output model interfaces with all existing Wiegand protocol access control systems. Clock-andData (magnetic stripe) model interfaces with most systems that accept magnetic stripe readers.
Options - Custom label and custom embossing in housing
VALUE PRICED PROXIMITY CARD READER
HID's ProxPoint® Plus reader combines multiple configuration options with an attractive, inconspicuous design and economical price. Its secure potted electronics are ideal for both indoor and outdoor applications.
Features a beeper and multicolor LED which can be host-and/or locally controlled.
Enables various beeper and LED configurations, depending on individual site requirements.
Can read HID cards with formats up to 85 bits.
Designed for mounting directly onto metal with no change in read range performance.
Available with either Wiegand or Clock-and-Data (magnetic stripe data) output.
Compatible with all standard access control systems.
Aesthetic design available in two cover designs and in four colors to match any decor.
Includes multilingual installation manual.
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