Gallagher T21 PIV contact card plus PIN reader

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Gallagher
  • Model code: T21 PIV
  • IP Rating: IP55
  • Read Range mm: 65 ~ 100 mm read range
  • Voltage: 9 ~ 16 V DC
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Additional info:

Supports PIV, PIV-I, PIV-C, CIV, TWIC and CAC cards Optionally supports contactless MIFARE Classic®, MIFARE Plus®, 125 kHz and MIFARE DESFire EV1® and MIFARE DESfire EV2® cards when mounted in shared federal / non-federal building entrances Support for the native PIV card application PIN, only one PIN for the cardholder to remember A 3.5’ LED display for user feedback Large and durable keypad Multiple language support Wall and unit tamper Custom background images when in idle mode Fully configurable Mimic Panel reflecting the status of up to 8 inputs or outputs Upgrade software in situ to keep your system up to date with latest technology developments (via HBUS)

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Make Gallagher
Manufacturer Gallagher Security (Europe) Ltd
Model code T21 PIV
IP Rating IP55
Read Range mm 65 ~ 100 mm read range
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 9 ~ 16 V DC
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 232 x 96 x 30
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: -30 ~ +70 C (-22 ~ +158 F)
Operating Humidity %: 95
Protection IP55, IK08
Additional info
  • Supports PIV, PIV-I, PIV-C, CIV, TWIC and CAC cards
  • Optionally supports contactless MIFARE Classic®, MIFARE Plus®, 125 kHz and MIFARE DESFire EV1® and MIFARE DESfire EV2® cards when mounted in shared federal / non-federal building entrances
  • Support for the native PIV card application PIN, only one PIN for the cardholder to remember
  • A 3.5’ LED display for user feedback
  • Large and durable keypad
  • Multiple language support
  • Wall and unit tamper
  • Custom background images when in idle mode
  • Fully configurable Mimic Panel reflecting the status of up to 8 inputs or outputs
  • Upgrade software in situ to keep your system up to date with latest technology developments (via HBUS)
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