Authentication by proximity card or Key-FOB, authentication on unit or server.
No need for keys for every user, no need for re-keying if a card was lost
Comes with pre-programmed Master, Program and Backup Key Cards as well as 5 User ID Cards
Stores up to 5000 authorized cards on unit. Keeps transaction log for the last 6000 transactions.
Ethernet 10/100baseTx connection for optional managment of unit.
Power from 12..54 Volt power supply or Ringdale UPS system as well as Power over Ethernet using spare pairs of Cat-5 or Cat 6
Internal USB port for Swipe card and other HID compatible USB readers
RJ45 for 10/100base Tx Ethernet
Proximity Card Reader:
Ringdale, HiTag RFID
Option Reader Interface:
Power (over Ethernet)
DC 12..48 Volts (+/- 10%) POE unused pair principle
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AC - Stand-Alone RFID Proximity Card Reader and Relay - GatekeeperXpress
AC- Stand-Alone RFID Proximity Card Reader, Access-Controller and Relay holds up to 5000 card IDs and up to 6000 transactions
Ringdale's compact Access RFID Proximity Card Reader offers stand-alone and secure control of:
home gate actuators
automatic vehicle barriers
The reader / relay combination, which uses RFID sensor technology, is ideal for installations where RFID card recognition is required. This concept allows the user to immediately use Ringdale Proximity ID Cards for access.
Authentication relies upon a Proximity Card or Key FOB.
It is also a more convenient and secure method of entry for the user as they no longer have to carry keys and if a card is lost not the whole infrastructure has to be re-keyed.
If the electronics (the relay) that are opening the door have to be located on the secure side of a building, then the relay can be detached from the unit and relocated on the secure side of the building. The relay communicates via an encrypted USB connection.
The "Stand-Alone" Mode
A PC based utility allows the collection of log information as well as programming of special programming cards that will allow to enrol a new card by presenting a master card followed by the card to be inserted into the database.
A pre-programmed backup card followed by a card already in the database will erase that card from the database.
To re-program the unit simply connect to a Laptop or PC's Ethernet port or directly to any of Ringdale's server based Sentinel or BAS Biometric Access Control Systems.
Part Number: 00-16-0537-0141
The unit can be programmed to either auhenticate users against its internal database or on a Ringdale Sentinel server.
See also Ringdale Card Printers and Card Creator software.
NOTE: Power supplies sold separately.
Part Number: 00-16-0537-0141
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