Access Unit RFID

                                                       

The 2N® Access Unit RFID is an access control unit based purely on IP technology. It combines the functions of a traditional door controller and RFID reader, which significantly reduces installation, cabling, and maintenance costs. It supports cards or other media using 125 kHZ or 13.56 MHz frequencies.

  • Simple installation with a single cable
  • Advanced event reporting options
  • NFC technology support for door opening

 

Features & Benefits

  • ACCESS SECURITY

Use 2N® Access Unit RFID to prevent unauthorised access to a building, ensuring the highest level of security for all people in the building.

 

  • 2N® REMOTE CONFIGURATION

Save time and money for onsite support thanks to our free service. Access all your devices remotely via secured cloud connection. Fastest response to your customers requests.

 

  • NFC SUPPORT

Thanks to wireless NFC technology, you can easily open the door using a smartphone with the 2N® Mobile Key application installed.

 

  • ADVANCED EVENT REPORTING

The 2N® Access Unit RFID not only allows logs to be sent to the Syslog server, but also e-mail notifications to building security or an HTTPs command to a third-party system for selected events.

 

  • WEB INTERFACE ADMINISTRATION

Simply connect the access control unit to your LAN and everything can be set up via the intuitive web interface.

 

  • TAMPER PROTECTION

2N® Access Unit RFID is equipped with a mechanical protective switch. As soon as anyone attempts to damage the unit mechanically, the switch is activated and an alarm is set off.

 

  • MONITORING ENTRANCES AND EXITS

Other expansion modules (e.g. an exit RFID reader, keypad, or Bluetooth etc.) can be connected to the 2N® Access Unit RFID, allowing you to secure a door easily from both sides.

 

  • INDOOR AND OUTDOOR USE

Thanks to its mechanical properties, the access unit is designed for either indoor or outdoor installation.

 

  • SIMPLE INSTALLATION

A single ethernet cable, Power over Ethernet, and the option to connect a lock, exit button, or door contact directly to the unit make installation very simple.