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Door Access Control Reader, Card Reader with LED, Reverse Polari

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Door Access Control Reader, Card Reader with LED, Reverse Polari

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Product description

Feature:
1. 2in (5cm) read range and 328.1ft (100m) Wiegand transmission distance make the card reading faster and easier.
2. Standard Wiegand 26 output interface for wide and universal usage.
3. With external LED control and external buzzer control.
4. Solid epoxy resin encapsulating makes it waterproof for both indoor and outdoor use.
5. With reverse polarity protection, it is safer than ordinary card reader.
6. Small and compact design is portable.

Specification:
Condition: 100% Brand New
Item Type: IC Card Reader
Output Interface: Standard Wiegand26
Working Frequency: 13.56mhz
Transmission Distance: WG lt;100m/328.1ft
Read Range: Up To 5cm/2in
Power Supply: DC9-14V
Static Power Supply: lt;70mA
Temperature: -10℃ - 65℃
Relative Humidity: 10%-90%
Recognition Speed: lt;= 200s
Input Port: External LED Control, External Buzzer Control
Communication Distance: Approx. 100m/328.1ft
Communication Mode: Real-Time
LED: Red and Green LED
Buzzer: Support 
Item Color: Black
Material: ABS + PVC Material (Black Resin for Waterproof Function)
Waterproof: IP65
Size (Width X Height X Depth): Approx. 116 x 75 x 18mm/4.6 x 3 x 0.7in

Package List:
1 x IC Card Read 
1 x Screw Pack

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