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Professional grade access control technology developer and manufacturer Essex Electronics recently announced the release of the revolutionary iRox-T Turnstile Reader.

The iROX-T is a multi-technology reader designed for high-security turnstile systems. It provides streamlined migration for upgrading to the most secure credential technologies by closing the gap to growing security threats with powerful, cost-effective embedded HID iCLASS SE technology that supports a wide range of credentials. The solution meets the increased demand for the highest security in busy lobbies and other environments, without sacrificing functionality or speed.

Secure credential reading technology

Lobby security is an increasing concern for organisations that want to close security gaps, especially in smarter and more connected environments,” said Michael Chaudoin, Vice President of Product Management and Marketing, Extended Access Technologies business unit with HID Global. “The New Essex solution with proven HID credential reading technology underscores our shared commitment to helping customers step up their access control systems with a turnstile solution that increases security while also providing efficient access for users.”

The Essex Electronics dual-frequency iROX-T turnstile reader supports low frequency proximity cards

The Essex Electronics dual-frequency iROX-T turnstile reader supports low frequency proximity cards, HID’s breakthrough 13.56MHz Seos credentials for advanced security, iCLASS SE, iCLASS and other high frequency formats. The reader enables easy upgrades from existing low frequency (and low security) readers to the latest flexible, most secure technology--solving the issues facing many turnstile applications by maximising the read range necessary for high security credentials and maintaining the highest levels of turnstile throughput.

Certified high-security turnstile solution

The iROX-T is already tested & certified with eight of the leading global turnstile manufacturers who have embraced the value of the solution, which features a rugged design, and encapsulated electronics for streamlined upgrades that meets the higher security requirements for turnstiles,” shared Garrett Kaufman, President of Essex Electronics. “Additionally, the iRox-T is designed with the lowest possible profile to retrofit and conceal for various turnstile manufacturers and models.”

Attendees can see the iRox-T in action by visiting one of the 9 global security manufacturers at GSX 2018.

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