Vanderbilt PR500-Cotag Mullion card reader
- Make: Vanderbilt
- Model code: PR500-Cotag
- Series: Proximity Series
- Reader Type: Proximity
- Standalone/ Networkable: Networkable
The PR500-Cotag reads Vanderbilt unique Cotag cards and tags (both active and passive) which offer ultimate convenience and cost-efficiency. It has a reading range of up to 32 cm with an active card and 11 cm with a passive card. The PR500-Cotag has a slim and compact design and blends in well in many environments. When BC-Link is used, two of these readers can be installed to control entries and exits using only one door controller. An additional benefit of BC-Link is that it supports online status monitoring.Read more
|Read Range mm||100 ~ 300 mm read range|
|LED / Beep||LED|
Voltage: 11 ~ 32 V DC
Power Consumption: 100 mA
|Physical Specifications||Dimensions mm: 40 x 140 x 18.5|
|Environmental Specifications||Operating Temp oC: -30 ~ +50|
The PR500-Cotag reads Vanderbilt unique Cotag cards and tags (both active and passive) which offer ultimate convenience and cost-efficiency. It has a reading range of up to 32 cm with an active card and 11 cm with a passive card. The PR500-Cotag has a slim and compact design and blends in well in many environments.
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