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Vanderbilt VENROLL SMS enrollment reader

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Vanderbilt
  • Model code: VENROLL
  • Reader Type: Proximity
Additional info:

The Vanderbilt VENROLL SMS enrolment reader is used in conjunction with SMS software to facilitate enrolment of online and/or offline credentials into the system. This unit supports proximity, smart, iButton and magnetic stripe technologies. Serial or USB connection available.

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Make Vanderbilt
Manufacturer Vanderbilt Industries
Model code VENROLL
Reader Type Proximity
Additional info

The Vanderbilt VENROLL SMS enrolment reader is used in conjunction with SMS software to facilitate enrolment of online and/or offline credentials into the system. This unit supports proximity, smart, iButton and magnetic stripe technologies. Serial or USB connection available.

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