Sicunet's “Automated Credential Issuance” ACI and complete line of readers seamlessly allows administrators to send mobile credentials with “one click” invitation. ACI is easy and reduces the total Cost of Ownership “TCO” by dramatically reduces the time managing credential data and issuance. Sicunet's line of multi-technology contactless access control readers offers a modern aesthetic and a state-of-the-art feature set. Reader RF options include Proximity (125 kHZ), Smart (13.56 MHz), NFC, and Bluetooth®, so that customer can set their migration path to secure credentials and security eco-systems.
Sicunet's automatic credential issuance “ACI” seamlessly issues and auto populates system.
Multiple technologies in a single reader: Proximity, Smart, NFC, & BLE.
OSDP Secure channel and remote firmware upgradability.
FSK and ASK Legacy proximity credentials support for seamless transitions.
Designs to meet harshest indoor and outdoor installation environments.
MiFare DESFire® EV1 & EV2 support.
Tri-State LED light bar (red, green, amber) and audible beeper.
No transformers required.
You do not need to open or jester just present the phone within range.
Models designated with “L” are long range 15ft. and 25ft.
Style: Single Gang.
Environment: In / Outdoor.
RF Technologies: 125 KHz & 13.56 MHz & Mobile.
Voltage: 118 mA average, 169 mA peak.
Current: 5 - 16 V DV.
Temp Range: UL™ tested - 35° to 66° C and EN - 40° C to 70° C and 95% humidity.
BLE Range: Standard 3" - 4".
BLE Range: Long “L” 15" - 25".
Dimensions: 5.1" x 3.25" x 0.71".
Read Range: EV1: 1.5", EV2: 2.5", 125 KHz up to 4".
Certifications: FCC, IC, CE, UL 294, EN 302291, EN 301489, EN 300330, EN 50130-4, BIS IS 13252.
Category: Access Control, Access Management, Hardwired
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