Faac Resist-TPS Passive proximity reader with keypad - DISCONTINUED

Faac Resist-TPS Passive proximity reader with keypad - DISCONTINUED

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Faac Resist-TPS Passive proximity reader with keypad for access authorisation by entering a code

An access control device able to store codes and/or cards. It manages an entrance by controlling its status (open or closed). It may generate an alarm in case of a non authorised attempt at opening. It works autonomously (“SA” means stand alone) with no external management board or programming PC. Codes/cards archives, can be copied by a removable memory (optional).

RESIST SA (reader A, master) is able to manage a second RESIST (reader B, slave).

This configuration allows area management, to have one entry/exit gate with anti-pass-back feature. Configuring and learning of codes and/or cards are managed by keypad and/or self learning mode with cards kit.

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  • : 10676
  • Brand: Faac
  • Product Code: 403126
  • Dispatched: DISCONTINUED
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