Vanderbilt AK2101-CO - SiPass Entro PR500-Cotag Starter Kit for four doors

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Vanderbilt
  • Model code: AK2101-CO
  • Kits: Yes
  • Standalone/ Networked/ PC: Standalone
  • Reader Type: Proximity
Additional info:

The SiPass Entro PR500-Cotag Starter Kit includes everything you need to set up a four-door access control system. This kit can easily be complemented with up to four additional door kits to create a larger system. Vanderbilt' Cotag technology is unique on the market in that it can provide both proximity and hands-free card reading in the same system. All Cotag readers can read both active (long-range) and passive (proximity) Cotag cards and tags‚ and both types of cards/tags can be mixed in the same system to provide ultimate convenience and cost-efficiency.The kit includes:- One SR35i/8+8 segment controller- SiPass Entro software – Standard edition- Four DC22 door controllers- Four PR500-Cotag proximity readers

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Make Vanderbilt
Manufacturer Vanderbilt Industries
Model code AK2101-CO
Kits Yes
Standalone/ Networked/ PC Standalone
Reader Type Proximity
Max Doors per System 4 doors/system
Max No. of Controllers 4 controllers/system
Additional info

The SiPass Entro PR500-Cotag Starter Kit includes everything you need to set up a four-door access control system. This kit can easily be complemented with up to four additional door kits to create a larger system.

Vanderbilt' Cotag technology is unique on the market in that it can provide both proximity and hands-free card reading in the same system. All Cotag readers can read both active (long-range) and passive (proximity) Cotag cards and tags‚ and both types of cards/tags can be mixed in the same system to provide ultimate convenience and cost-efficiency.

The kit includes:

- One SR35i/8+8 segment controller
- SiPass Entro software – Standard edition
- Four DC22 door controllers
- Four PR500-Cotag proximity readers

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