Touch Mobile Credential Reader
Touch io offers unparalleled convenience and security. By using a mobile device as a credential, touch io allows users to keep their phone in their pocket for hassle-free entry. Simply tap the reader, and touch io will automatically authenticate or deny access. Unlike other Bluetooth readers, touch io uses inside-out technology to prevent accidental openings. Using advanced hardware, the reader detects which side of the door a useris standing, distinguishing between credentials inside or outside a room before granting access.
Touch io Features
Unlimited Mobile Credentials With touch io, you can issue an unlimited number of mobile credentials per reader. There's no need to buy redeemable scratch cards, and system traditional access control cards.
Unlike other Bluetooth readers, touch io uses inside-out technology to prevent accidental openings. Using advanced hardware, the reader detects which side of the door a user is standing, distinguishing between credentials inside or outside of a room before granting access.
Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)
Bluetooth LE provides the secure transmission of the credential to the reader using patented technology to transmit your data when in range for access control.
Mobile Credential Management
Unlike traditional prox cards, mobile credentials are nearly impossible to copy or clone, and a lot less likely to become lost or stolen. Plus, system administrators can easily add or delete employee mobile credentials in just a few clicks within pdk io.
Keep your phone in your pocket for hassle-free entry. Simply tap or nudge the reader and touch io will automatically unlock the door using a mobile credential. No more fumbling with keys, looking for an ID badge, or struggling to get your phone out of your pocket.
Standard Prox Card Compatible
Touch io leverages both 125 kHz prox cards and Bluetooth credentials, allowing for a smooth transition from legacy access control.
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