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|Max No. of Doors per Controller||32|
|Reader Max. Distance m||0.05|
|Electrical Specifications||Voltage: 10 ~ 35 V DC|
Power Consumption: 1000 mA
|Physical Specifications||Dimensions mm: 230 x 345 x 70|
Weight g: 2,700
|Environmental Specifications||Operating Temp oC: 0 ~ 55|
The AP4807X combines IP-based access control with 4 Mifare badge readers. By adding extra badge readers (e.g. AP4007X 4-in-1 Mifare readers), up to 32 doors can be controlled. Unlike usual Mifare solutions, the active element of this reader is installed on the secure side to reduce the risk of sabotage to a minimum. As a result, all the sensitive components and data remain within the secure area. Apart from the Mifare serial number, it can also read an ID number from an encrypted sector of the Mifare badges. The intelligent heart of the AEOS security nagement systeem lies in the processing unit (the AEpu). This AEpu provides the connection between IP based equipment in the LAN/WAN network and the access control system.
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