IP-FINGER007HA from IDTECK - Compact design, cost effective, user friendly fingerprint access controller

Product Profile

Fingerprint identification standalone access controller, IP-FGR007HA offers a cost-effective access control system for high security requirement.

IP-FGR007HA has been developed for those who crave simple instillation but still want a high-level security system.  It is perfect for areas such as small offices in buildings or small factories with less than 100 users.  With rapid and accurate identification, IP-FGR007HA perfectly secures your area at an affordable price including 10PCS IPC80 Proximity card and RS232C Stereo Jack.  You might choose operation mode (RF only/ Fingerprint only/ RF + Fingerprint) for you references.  Also, Fingerprint registration is possible via Master card or ENROLLMENT PRO 2006 Software offered by IDTECK.

Key Features

  • Compact Design:  Made to fit door frame of any kind
  • Accurate Identification (Auto touch sensor):  0.001% False Acceptance Rate
  • 125Hz Proximity and Fingerprint Recognition
  • Upload/Download Fingerprint Templates using Notebook
  • Firmware Upgrade via S/W
  • High Quality Optical Sensor
  • High Protection from Scratch and ESD (Electro Static Discharge)
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Technical Specification

Make IDTECK
Manufacturer IDTECK Co., Ltd.
Model code IP-FINGER007HA
Series iPASS Series
Controller Type Standalone/Networkable
No of Cardholders 100 cardholders
Networkable Yes
Communication Type RS232 (for fingerprint registration)
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 12V DC
Power Consumption: Max. 300mA
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 66 x 129 x 52
Weight g: 259.5
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: -15 ~ +40
Operating Humidity %: 10 ~ 90
Additional info

100 fingerprint users.  Fingerprint registration via Master Card and ENROLLMENT PRO S/W.  2 Form-C Relay.  Outputs for door lock and alarm device.  Software selection: ENROLLMENT PRO.

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