Published on 12 December, 2013
PAC, part of Stanley Security Products, has launched a new range of highly cost-effective Readers capable of working with any system that utilises the industry standard Wiegand protocol for Proximity Readers.
Available in two alternative ranges, the OneProx GS3 will meet all the user’s reader requirements and, for the first time in PAC’s history, all versions meet EN 50131-1 & 3, the standard for Intruder Alarm systems.
- Available in Mullion, Standard, Vandal and Panel
- Capable of reading existing PAC and KeyPAC range of credentials along with many Wiegand proximity cards and tokens
- Available in Mullion, Standard, Proximity and PIN designs
- Includes API for 3rd party programmes to carry out key enrolment
- Reads same range of credentials as LF range in addition to Mifare and Desfire EV1 CSN smart cards and tokens.
- Designed to combat increasing risk of token cloning
- GS3-MT reader and PAC Ops Desfire EV1 card and tokens meet AES 128-bit certification which secures the card and token details.
Both ranges offer the installer on site configuration of reader outputs including PAC, Wiegand 26, 34,74-bit and the new unique PAC 64 by using the feature switches at the rear of the unit without the need for factory setting or programming cards. When using the PAC 64 or Wiegand 74-bit outputs they are also able to transmit the complete Wiegand code, removing the possibility of duplicate codes being received from different cards.