News | July 2, 2012

125 kHz RFID Reader For Access Control And Personnel Identification

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GAO RFID Inc. is offering its 125 kHz RFID reader which is a stylish, reliable proximity reader. It is commonly used in access control and personnel identification and can be used with GAO RFID Inc.’s RFID Access Control Software System which is an integrated access control software package that is suitable for different types of RFID access control applications. With RFID hardware and an everyday PC, the system is able to handle personnel and vehicle access control for an entire building.

This easy-to-use RFID reader, model 211013, reads tags compliant with EM H4001/H4002 at a distance of up to 9 cm. This reader has 3 in 1 interface output options for ABA TK2, RS232 (UART) or Wiegand. It can also be optionally configured to output other common interface formats including Magstripe (Clock/Data) and RS-232. It has 6 available colors for LED indication to distinguish read mode and standby mode. This reader has a voltage range from 7.5 to 12 V DC at 75 mA. In addition, it features a water resistant design.

This compact 125 kHz RFID reader belongs to GAO’s family of 125 kHz Low Frequency RFID Readers. This line of RFID readers also includes 125 kHz RFID LF Bluetooth Reader which uses Bluetooth (Class Two) technology to upload tags ID to Bluetooth based computers/PDAs in a real-time mode and can be used in the industries of security / Patrol / Mining / Finance and Railway system, and 125 kHz Mid-range Reader which is an excellent value for a wide range of applications such as access control systems, parking systems and outdoor applications.

RFID technology is quickly becoming a popular choice since the advancement in technology makes a variety of solutions available to any organization. An RFID access control system can provide an easy and efficient solution. Innovative GAO RFID Badge and Access Control Solution will help a company improve security and make employee activity tracking an easy and efficient task. Our systems can be designed to ensure that an organization is compliant with the latest government security regulations and construct or improve the current loss prevention program. These benefits will make an immediate impact and, over time, will improve efficiency and significantly reduce or even eliminate losses.

SOURCE: GAO RFID Inc.

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