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Vandal proof card reader

Rosslare has launched two new versions of the anti-vandal smart card reader. The AY-Q6250 and its keypad version, the AY-Q6350 use Mifare technology encased in a metal body, combining smart card technology with an anti-vandal metal shield.

Both units read the Milfare ID format through 13.56 MHz at a range of up to 45mm (1.8-inch). The AY-Q6250 is designed to supplement the advantages of Mifare technology to any standard access control system and comes with seven programmable output formats.

The AY-Q6350 anti-vandal Mifare smartcard reader version comes with blue backlit keypad. It is the latest addition to Rosslare’s Mifare card reader series with an ability to read Mifare card serial number (CSN) from all ISO-14443A-3 type cards. Being epoxy potted, these water-resistant and vandal resistant units are fully sealed within an all-metallic housing.

The readers support seven programmable proximity card transmission formats, 26- to 40-Bit Wiegand or Clock and Data protocols. They feature a six-wire cable interface for power, data, LED control input, and tamper status. The AY-Q6350 provides extra security through a password-protected menu, an optical sensor for cover and wall tamper detection and a more secure PIN-plus-card mode. The unit also features a local programming menu with various programmable modes. The blue backlit three by four keypad also features a doorbell key function. Rosslare Security
www.rosslaresecurity.com


July 26, 2007
By Canadian Security

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