Paxton Proximity reader – P50

Paxton Proximity reader – P50

MPN 353-110

Item no. W126723704

EAN/UPC 5060057455913

Stock level

About – P series readers are for use with Switch2 and Net2 systems. The readers are supplied with a choice of black or white fascias. Other colours are available. Replacement fascias are available to Paxton registered installers free of charge. P series readers are available in four sizes.

We have added Genuine HID Technology to the majority of our readers, they can now read HID 125kHz Proximity tokens, when licensed with an activation card. If required these readers can still be enabled ...

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  • Use with Switch2 or Net2

  • Simple mounting

  • Range up to 100mm with Proximity cards

  • Black or white fascias

  • Low profile - less than 16mm deep

Specifications for 353-110

Display

Built-in display

No

Package dimensions

Depth (package,cm)

19 cm

Gross Weight (Package, kg)

0.335 kg

Height (package,cm)

5.5 cm

Width (package,cm)

17.5 cm

Product dimensions

Product Height

10 cm

Product Width

5 cm

Technical details

Access chip/card reader

Yes

Authentication type

Access chip/card

LED indicators

Status

Product colour

Black

Recommended usage

Indoor & outdoor

Type

Basic access control reader

Vendor information

Brand Name

Description

Proximity reader – P50

About – P series readers are for use with Switch2 and Net2 systems. The readers are supplied with a choice of black or white fascias. Other colours are available. Replacement fascias are available to Paxton registered installers free of charge. P series readers are available in four sizes.

We have added Genuine HID Technology to the majority of our readers, they can now read HID 125kHz Proximity tokens, when licensed with an activation card. If required these readers can still be enabled to have Wiegand output, via a separate activation card.

Installation – The reader is wired as shown on the control unit label. Be sure to avoid mounting on metal surfaces or near other proximity readers as this will affect the read range. The cable exits centrally from the back of the reader making drilling and mounting very accurate.

Operation – A token is read by holding it within close proximity of the reader. Once a token has been read the control unit looks up the access permissions of that user. Access is then granted or denied as appropriate. If access is granted the green LED flashes. If access is denied the red LED flashes.

*The product data above is provided by Icecat. Oprema cannot be held responsible for errors in relation to this.

Oprema LtdUnit 11 & 12 Eastgate Business Park, Wentloog AvenueCF3 2EY CardiffCompany Reg No. GB986788624