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PERCo has designed the new IRP-01 reader post – an elegant solution for convenient reader location at the entrance points.

IRP01 reader post is an up-market model that offers an elegant solution for entrance points of banks, administrative buildings, business centres and other sites with the highest requirements for design and comfort.

The reader post can operate in different systems using RS-485 and Wiegand connection interfaces. The output format must be selected and set at the time of installation.

Built-in proximity card reader board

The reader post consists of stainless steel tube with built-in proximity card reader board. IRP01 is equipped with radio-transparent glass top cover. The reader control board and the LCD display with animated indication of operational modes are located under the top cover. Delivery set also contains mounting base that the reader post housing is attached to.

The reader is equipped with integrated sound indicator. Code reading is confirmed by a short sound signal.

Proximity card reading distance: HID not less than 6 cm; EM-Marin not less than 7 cm.

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