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Catalogue No: 4550Brand: Fermax
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Dual security reader. To open the door, in addition to presenting the identifier, a keypad PIN code must be entered. If the code is not associated with the identifier, access is not allowed.In this way, if a user loses their identifier, anyone who finds it cannot make use of it.These readers have a display or LED to indicate the PIN being entered.Loft readers are designed to fit in perfect harmony in the most state of the art spaces and surroundings. In offices, stores, schools, institutions, gyms, hospitals and residential buildings. Its ABS plastic textured finish, relaxed curves and its neat extra-flat design - allowing surface installation even in aluminium frames - make Loft the perfect choice for access control in restricted areas. Easy to install and use, for perfect integration in any surroundings.Measurements: 60 x 130 x 23 mm (HxVxP).Wiegand reader. Door controller required (ref.4420). 4420/44201) for connection to access control installation. Lets you equip the installation with access control with anti-sabotage security, as neither the door opening mechanism nor the exit button connection are built-in. The door controller supports these functions.Can be used with door controllers using Wiegand-26 bit or Magstripe (data/clock) protocols.Device that can be used in "MDS", "CAC" and “Stand-alone in network” centralized access control systems.The access control systems are partly composed of hardware: - Centralized: central units, door controller, readers, guard unit, decoders, etc. - Stand-alone in network : Stand-alone door controller and readers.and partly of software that lets you configure and manage the installation.Access is restricted to certain private zones of a facility (office, warehouse, factory, sports area) for anybody not in possession of an authorized credential or identification.Enables complete management of an installation with several doors and advanced access control functions: Both spatial (areas) and temporal (schedules) restriction of user groups, recording incidents for later consultation.The user information and associated restrictions are stored in a Central Unit (centralized systems) or Stand-alone Controller (Stand-alone in network system) that takes the decisions to allow or deny access.Advanced Functions of Centralized Systems (MDS, CAC):In contrast with other systems, centralized access control systems let you integrate other complementary functions with no need for additional controllers:Anti-passback function, capacity limitation and greater user capacity.· Activation of devices from the reader.- Intercommunication. For those accesses where we have to allow access to other people from outside the facility. By pressing a button we contact the guard unit and access is permitted from there.· Technical or intruder alarms. Each entrance and exit can be programmed with a detection and action time.- Automation. Weekly programmer which can schedule daily activations of relays and arming of sensors, individually or in groups.- Elevators/lifts. Access to certain floors may be restricted depending on the identifier (only in MDS).
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