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|BQT Solutions (UK) Ltd|
|Reader Type||Smart Card|
|Accessories||Mifare Card Encoder|
|Environmental Specifications||Operating Temperature oC: 0 ~ +55|
|Electrical Specifications||Voltage: 10 ~ 14|
|Physical Specifications||Dimensions mm: 80 x 46 x 150|
|System Requirements||Operating System: Microsoft NT/2000/XP|
|Model Info||The BT801 is a desktop PC connected RF Contactless Smart Card Encoder and Reader. Designed specifically for encoding & verifying cards. It works by constantly transmitting a fixed radio frequency (RF) signal, recognisable by the microchip on-board the smart card. When the card is held within 40mm of the reader - the RF signal powers & communicates with the microchip. The BT801 works in conjunction with a BQT Smart Card encoder package, providing total control for the enrolment of new smart cards holders.|
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