Honeywell Security PX42625 OmniProx Clamshell Credential 25 card pack – 26 bit format

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Honeywell Security
  • Model code: PX42625
  • Card/ Tag/ Fob: Card
  • Technology Type: Proximity
  • Material: ABS Shell, PVC Insert
Additional info:

OmniProx 125 kHz compatible proximity credentials External numbering for easy identification and control Available with high coercivity magnetic stripe (4000 Oe - un-encoded, ISO only) for added capability Individually wrapped and labeled packs of 25 cards for added flexibility and convenience for re-sellers PVC construction (ISO) or ABS shell with PVC insert (Clamshell) that resists cracking and breaking while delivering fast read times Available in standard 26 bit or Honeywell 34 bit formats Special order cards with custom range and site codes Includes a limited lifetime warranty1 against manufacture defects

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Make Honeywell Security
Manufacturer Honeywell
Model code PX42625
Card/ Tag/ Fob Card
Technology Type Proximity
Material ABS Shell, PVC Insert
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 54 x 86 x 1.9
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: -35 ~ +60 C (-95 ~ +140 F)
Operating Humidity %: 5 ~ 95
Additional info
  • OmniProx 125 kHz compatible proximity credentials
  • External numbering for easy identification and control
  • Available with high coercivity magnetic stripe (4000 Oe - un-encoded, ISO only) for added capability
  • Individually wrapped and labeled packs of 25 cards for added flexibility and convenience for re-sellers
  • PVC construction (ISO) or ABS shell with PVC insert (Clamshell) that resists cracking and breaking while delivering fast read times
  • Available in standard 26 bit or Honeywell 34 bit formats
  • Special order cards with custom range and site codes
  • Includes a limited lifetime warranty1 against manufacture defects
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