Access control code keypad 2N® ACCESS UNIT 2.0wall-mountedRFIDstand-alone

access control code keypad
access control code keypad
access control code keypad
access control code keypad
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2N® Access Unit 2.0 Touch Keypad & RFID is a compact access control unit equipped with an RFID card reader and touch keypad. The unit has a multi-frequency RFID card reader that allows using both older 125kHz cards and smart and secure 13.56MHz ones and thus covers functions of three separate access units. The device is intended for indoor and outdoor installations. Features & Benefits TRANSITION TO SMART AND SECURED CARDS Ensure a step-by-step transition from obsolete, easy-to-copy 125kHz technology to a smart, secure 13.56MHz technology without the need for a high one-time investment. SMART AUTOMATIC CALIBRATION With regular automatic calibration, the unit reliably registers and evaluates each touch and prevents detection of unwanted or false touches (e.g. raindrops). TWO-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION For an extra level of security, two-factor authentication can be set requiring users to confirm their identity by combining the RFID badge with a PIN code. REMOTE CONFIGURATION AND MANAGEMENT The 2N Access Unit 2.0 can be remotely configured via 2N® Remote Configuration cloud service or administrator can use 2N® Access Commander for bulk management. EASILY INSTALLED EDGE DEVICE A single ethernet cable, Power over Ethernet, and the option to connect a door strike, exit button, or door contact directly to the unit make installation very simple. SILENT ALARM A unique code can be set on the unit that opens the door, but also triggers another action without warning the intruder, such as setting off an alarm at the building security control centre.


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