Inner Range INTG-994720 SIFER Smart Card Reader

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Inner Range
  • Model code: INTG-994720
  • Reader Type: Smart Card
  • LED / Beep: LED and Beeper
  • Voltage: 11 ~ 14 V DC
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Additional info:

Secure 128bit AES Encryption Encrypted from Card to Access Module MIFARE® DESFire® EV1/EV2 Card Format Water & Dust Resistant to IP67 Vandal Resistant (fully potted) Flexible LED Assignment Audible Buzzer (can use as DOTL) Multi-drop RS-485 Reader LAN Individual Reader Heartbeat Monitoring Integriti Auto Reader Discovery OSDP Compatible Compatible With Inner Range Encrypted SIFER Cards Support For Custom Site Codes and Site Specific Encryption User Programmable Cards Offer Great Flexibility For Installers Global Configuration from Integriti Software (including firmware updates) Read-Write Functionality

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Make Inner Range
Manufacturer Inner Range (Europe) Ltd
Model code INTG-994720
Reader Type Smart Card
LED / Beep LED and Beeper
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 11 ~ 14 V DC
Power Consumption: 75 ~ 100 mA
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 93 x 39 x 15
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: -35 ~ +65 C (-31 ~ +149 F)
Operating Humidity %: 15 ~ 90
Protection IP67
Additional info
  • Secure 128bit AES Encryption
  • Encrypted from Card to Access Module
  • MIFARE® DESFire® EV1/EV2 Card Format
  • Water & Dust Resistant to IP67
  • Vandal Resistant (fully potted)
  • Flexible LED Assignment
  • Audible Buzzer (can use as DOTL)
  • Multi-drop RS-485 Reader LAN
  • Individual Reader Heartbeat Monitoring
  • Integriti Auto Reader Discovery
  • OSDP Compatible
  • Compatible With Inner Range Encrypted SIFER Cards
  • Support For Custom Site Codes and Site Specific Encryption
  • User Programmable Cards Offer Great Flexibility For Installers
  • Global Configuration from Integriti Software (including firmware updates)
  • Read-Write Functionality
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