RFID card reader PROXAT-50
for access control

RFID card reader
RFID card reader
RFID card reader
RFID card reader
RFID card reader
RFID card reader
RFID card reader
Add to favorites
Compare this product
 

Characteristics

Type
RFID
Function
for access control

Description

ProXat-50, contactless RFID card reader RFID technology is a highly reliable means for electronic detection and monitoring. Specifications • Reader for RFID cards Mifare UID (4, 7 and 10 byte ID) and EM-4xxx UID • Alimentation: 145mA at 12Vdc, 60mA at 24Vdc • Power in: 12-24Vdc +/-10% • Communication: RS485 • Connection: 3 meter flexible cable with tinned wire ends Reading distance: • Mifare: 40 mm, by using the flush mount version, the mounting frame affects the read range f.e. aluminum mounting frame of 2 mm -> reading distance: 34mm • EM: 40 mm • Indications: • Beeper • RGB LEDs (7 colors to indicate different statuses) • Inputs: 3 pieces, where the functionality is dependent on the firmware Technical specifi cations Card types Mifare UID (4, 7 & 10 byte ID) EM-4100/4200 Power in 12-24 VDC +/-10% Maximum power supply 12 VDC: 145mA - 24 VDC: 60mA Main network RS 485 Connection 3 meter fl exible cable with tinned wire ends Reading distance • Mifare: 40 mm, by using the fl ush mount version, the mounting frame affects the read range f.e. aluminum mounting frame of 2 mm -> reading distance: 34mm • EM: 40 mm Indications • Beeper • RGB LEDs (7 colors to indicate different statuses) Inputs 3 pieces, where the functionality is dependent on the fi rmware (See table below) Relays 1 relay (max. 2A, 30Vdc or 0,5A, 125Vac (resistive load) at 40°C) -> Consider voltage losses over the cable (3 meter cable = 0,253ohm) IP-protection 66 Weight 335 gram Operating temperature -10°C tot +60°C gedurende 8 uur Options Mounting bracket and surface mount box
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.