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Technical specifications of automatic door card reader:
1000 cards, each with a Personal PIN
128mm x 82mm x 28mm
-20°C ~ 60°C
EM or EM compatible card
Electric lock, Remote control, Door open detection, External door bell, Alarm
Security is important, but it should not be the only reason to invest in a security system. If you want to make sure that your business is secure, but you don’t have the time or resources to install an elaborate security system, then the Automatic Door Card Reader Waterproof Wiegand Card Reader and Keypad is perfect for you. With a waterproof metal housing and a tamper alarm, this device can be used at night or in harsh weather conditions. It has low power consumption (30mA standby) and can be used standalone for access control of doors, gates, and barrier arms. Automatic Door Card Reader Waterproof Wiegand Card Reader and Keypad is a highly reliable device that can be used for security purposes in gated residential communities and large businesses. The device features a waterproof housing with a tamper alarm, short circuit protection, and an illuminated keypad for use at night.
Proximity card readers are a convenient way to secure a building or office without the need for a key. When the card is inserted into the reader, the system detects the card and transmits the data to the access control panel. The panel then unlocks the door. The card is deactivated when it is removed, so it is necessary to replace the card with a new one before the door can be opened.
If you are using a battery-operated card reader, make sure the batteries are fresh. Batteries lose their charge over time and if your batteries are losing charge, your card reader will not be able to read the information encoded on the magnetic stripe on the back of a credit card. Also, if you are using an AC-powered card reader, make sure there is a 120-volt outlet nearby. This is because many failsafe devices, such as electromagnetic locks and other locking mechanisms require a precise amount of power in order to operate properly.
The Card Reader Must Be On The Approach Path To The Door, At Least 3′ Back From The Actual Door. A common mistake that people make when they are designing an approach path is that they put the card reader too close to the door. What happens is that people have to back up in order to open the door, which is counter-intuitive to most people. They will naturally move forward into the door then stop and try to figure out why they can’t open it. By placing the card reader a little farther back, people just push the door open with ease.
An automatic door is a door that opens and closes by itself. This type of door is used in many homes and businesses. It is usually controlled by a switch or light fixture.
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