Readers

Reference
DAHUA-1663 Model: ASR2201D-B



Lector RFID Mifare access control reader with keyboard. Mifare range 3~5 cm. Bluetooth supported, range of 0~5 m. RS485 and Wiegand 34 interface. IP65. 12V DC.

Dahua

Bluetooth

• Bluetooth reader: Thanks to this reader can interact with your smartphone. The reader can receive the information via bluetooth when your phone is near. It is not necessary to link the reader with the mobile phone. All you have to do is click on the unlock button on the mobile phone's screen or shake the phone. The name of the application is Easy4key, choose the access control and scan the QR code of SmartPSS, then the application will add the information of your access card. After this step, your phone will be your access card.

• OSDP (Open Supervised Device Protocol): The OSDP Protocol is an access control communication standard developed by the Security Industry Association (SIA) to improve interoperability between access control and security products. OSDP v2.1.5 is used in the current firmware version, it is a standard recognized by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).

Features

  • 34 bit Wiegand interface and RS-485 control
  • OSDP protocol suported
  • Mifare card reader (13,56MHz)
  • Waterproof design
  • LED indicator: red, blue and green
  • Surface mount installation

Specs
- RFID Mifare reader of access control with keyboard
- Bluetooth supported
- 8 Bit processor
- Card: Mifare (13,56MHz)
- Card reading range: 3~5 cm
- Card Response time <0,5s
- Bluetooth reading range: 0~5 metros
- Bluetooth reading time  <1s
- 12 keyboard keys
- Sound buzzer
- Communication with controller: RS485 (data: 1000 m; power supply: 100 m), Wiegand 34 (data: 40 m; power supply: 100 m)
- Power supply: 9V ~ 15V DC, 100mA
- Working temperature: -30°C ~ +60°C
- RH: ≤95%
- IP65
- Dimensions: 47,5 x 16 x 135 mm
- Weight: 200 g

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