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  • NEDAP Identification Systems

  • Country: Netherlands
  • City: Groenlo
  • Address: Parallelweg 2, NL7141 DC Groenlo, the Netherlands
  • Contact Person: Milou Post
Key Specifications
Nedap introduces the TRANSIT Entry reader, the latest in technology for secure Handsfree access and other RFID applications. The TRANSIT Entry reader offers Handsfree person identification (and vehicles) up to four meters (12 feet). The TRANSIT Entry combines the convenience of traditional door automation with the security of restricted access. The Handsfree access system is made up of a TRANSIT Entry reader and a tag. TRANSIT Entry readers are installed next to a door or gate. A long range tag visible in line of sight of the reader will be identified and depending on authorization the access is granted. The system reads at distances up to four meter (12 feet) reliable and consistently. The TRANSIT Entry reader can be installed next to a door without the need for any additional mounting accessories or wiring. The reader includes Wiegand communication for seamless integration in existing access control systems. The TRANSIT Entry reader can be featured with an optional proximity and ISO compliant smart card interface, which will enable the reader to read standard proximity cards and smart card CSN

at short distances. The interface eliminates the need for multiple readers nearby a door or boom gates.

Features:

 Traditional door automation with the security of restricted access

 Readable distance up to four meters; reliable and consistent

 Suitable for emergency rooms, disabled access, secure warehouse facilities, building access and gated vehicle access

 Can be featured with an optional proximity and ISO compliant smartcard interface

TRANSIT Entry Reader
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