Hirsch Electronics RUU-GEN - HI - high intensity Verification Station

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Features:
  • Make: Hirsch Electronics
  • Model code: RUU-GEN - HI
  • Reader Type: Biometric
  • Standalone/ Networkable: Standalone / Networkable
  • Mount Type: Wall mount
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Personal Identity Verification (PIV) Station for FIPS 201 PIV applications.  Includes ScramblePad (with high intensity display for high ambient light environments), INCITS 378 fingerprint reader, ISO 7816 contact smart card reader, ISO 14443-A contactless smart card reader, and LCD display.  Operates standalone or networked (for PKI function).  For verification, PACS enrollment, or door access.  Ethernet & serial (RS-485, RS-232, or Wiegand) ports.  Wall mounted.  Requires12VDC, 800mA or POE.  Reads NIST SP 800-73 compliant End-Point cards.

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Make Hirsch Electronics
Manufacturer Hirsch / IDENTIVE
Model code RUU-GEN - HI
Reader Type Biometric
Standalone/ Networkable Standalone / Networkable
Mount Type Wall mount
Keypad Integrated Yes
Read Range mm 250 mm read range
LED / Beep LED
Wiegand Interface Yes
Clock-and-Data Interface Yes
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 15 ~ 60 V DC
Power Consumption: 425mA @ 24 V DC, PoE
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 214.8 x 239.9 x 117.6
Weight g: 900
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: 0 ~ 55
Operating Humidity %: 0 ~ 90
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Personal Identity Verification (PIV) Station for FIPS 201 PIV applications.  Includes ScramblePad (with high intensity display for high ambient light environments), INCITS 378 fingerprint reader, ISO 7816 contact smart card reader, ISO 14443-A contactless smart card reader, and LCD display.  Operates standalone or networked (for PKI function).  For verification, PACS enrollment, or door access.  Ethernet & serial (RS-485, RS-232, or Wiegand) ports.  Wall mounted.  Requires12VDC, 800mA or POE.  Reads NIST SP 800-73 compliant End-Point cards.

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