Wireless Reader

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International Electronics, Inc., of Canton, Massachusetts, has introduced the prox.pad plus IR, a PC-based access system. The unit uses infrared technology to communicate with the company’s hand-held data transfer device (DTD), eliminating the need for costly wire runs and allowing for use in remote areas. Data from the DTD can be loaded onto a PC for easy access control management and reports. The system provides entry-level to mid-sized access control functionality with two onboard relays and two inputs for request-to-exit and door position monitoring. Using the proximity reader and keypad together provides a higher level of security. The unit can be mounted to a single-gang electrical box or to most flat surfaces. The company’s Hub Manager Professional software allows for management of people and doors, easy report creation, and step-by-step setup wizards

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