HID Signo Reader 20K contactless smartcard keypad reader – multi-technology, mobile ready, mullion mount
HID Signo™ is the signature line of physical access control readers from HID Global. The versatility, performance and connected capabilities of HID Signo readers set a new industry benchmark for the most highly adaptable, interoperable and secure approach to electronic access control.
Offering an unparalleled breadth of functionality, HID Signo affords security system installers and administrators a simple and effective approach to secure access control for almost any scenario.
With support for the widest array of credential technologies — past, present and future — HID Signo is the perfect choice for those looking to make the transition to a secure authentication technology.
HID Signo readers transcend the traditional approach to security by being designed to be connected and managed remotely without needing to physically touch each device. This functionality empowers access control systems to dynamically respond as new needs, configurations or threats arise.
The HID Signo Keypad Reader 20K is a founding member of the Signo platform. Offering a truly dynamic approach to secure electronic access control, HID Signo Readers are designed to be highly versatile, powerful, and connected for the future.
A perfect fit for multi-factor authentication door applications requiring a narrow keypad reader, the HID Signo Keypad Reader 20K supports an unparalleled range of different credential technologies in a variety of form factors including cards, fobs and mobile devices.
|Model code||Signo Reader 20K|
|Reader Type||Smart Card|
|Mount Type||Mullion mount|
|Read Range mm||40 ~ 100 mm read range|
|LED / Beep||Tri-colour LED, Buzzer|
|Colour||Black bezel with silver trim baseplate|
|Electrical Specifications||Voltage: 12 V DC|
Dimensions mm: 45 x 122 x 22
Weight g: 110
Operating Temp oC: -35 ~ +66 C (-31 ~ +150 F)
Operating Humidity %: 0 ~ 95
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