Low frequency 7 AH means reliable dual tech benefits
Did you know our newest 125 kHz low frequency reader, 7 AH, is not just compatible with EM and HIDProx but can even read those technologies simultaneously, giving you a very cost-effective migration option between the two technologies? Designed to replace older Access 7 A and Access 8 AH readers (EOL coming later this spring) while remaining fully compatible with their low frequency tag populations, this very affordable dual technology reader still boasts benefits traditionally found only in smart card readers.
- Seamless dual tech = smooth, simple migration with EM and HIDProx tag populations.
- Smallest energy consumption on the market = savings in energy bills, backup infrastructure.
- Widest voltage range on the market = unbeatable reliability during brownouts.
- Numerous other configurable features enhance its adaptability to your system.
- Remarkably diverse range of housing options to suit any deployment.
- Special distributor/system integrator tool (by request) creates custom configurations, e.g.
- Wiegand, Clock & Data settings
- Re-read delays
- Pin-pad backlight and LED settings
- Output control (exit button, tamper control, pin code door control)
We built a reader comparison table both to help system integrators and resellers in their search for the right reader for their customer, as well as help familiarize the end-user with the important features of our various models. We are confident you will find it helpful and handy.
We warmly welcome Ari Rossi to the Idesco team. Ari has extensive experience in export sales and key account management in industrial machinery. As Area Sales Manager, Ari will serve our Norwegian and Danish access control customers, working in Jyväskylä, Finland alongside Markus Hautala.
Thank you, all of you who participated in the customer survey we conducted earlier this year. Once again, the survey evaluated our customer relations, product quality, our order-delivery process and business partnership. Our average score was 4,75 out of 6 – once again higher than the industry’s average.