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|Max No. of Doors per Controller||32|
|Communication Type||Wiegand, Omron, Barcode, RS232/485|
|Universal / Wiegand Reader Interface||Yes|
|Electrical Specifications||Voltage: 10 ~ 35 V DC|
Power Consumption: 500 mA
|Physical Specifications||Dimensions mm: 230 x 345 x 70|
Weight g: 2700
|Environmental Specifications||Operating Temp oC: 0 ~ 55|
The AP4803X combines IP-based access control with a processing unit and 4 reader interfaces, enabling up thirty-two doors to be secured (for example, using the AP1002 hands-free reader or additional AP4003X 4-in-1 reader interfaces). This 4-in-1 card reader makes it possible to seamlessly integrate virtually all current card technologies such as Barcode, HID and Mifare, with the use of Wiegand, Omron, RS232 and similar communication protocols. Existing systems can migrate to AEOS with no problem, so there is no need to replace existing cards and card readers.
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