RF IDeas 82 Series card readers are designed for customers seeking to leverage their existing employee ID badges by integrating them into applications beyond door access. This unified platform of products is engineered to work with nearly all proximity, contactless and magnetic stripe card technologies, providing error-free identification to over a billion cards worldwide.
The 82 Series readers integrate into your software or hardware product through the use of the RF IDeas Universal Software Developer Kit (SDK). In contrast to the Enroll readers, the 82 Series uses a callable DLL or other direct integration methods rather than keystroking (emulating a keyboard device). These low cost readers deliver the card ID in a format that applications recognize, offering nearly limitless possibilities for user identification and authentication.
Employee familiarity with existing badges
Enhances investment of single badges
Single/common development platform
Supports most ID badge technologies used
Expands application selection
No license restrictions
PC/LAN Access Control
Time and Attendance
Meeting Attendance, Visitor Management
Point of Sale
The USB model connects directly via any USB port. Unlike the pcProx Enroll product the 82 series does not use keystroking to send it's info but instead uses a callable DLL or serial ASCII command protocol.
Compatible with Windows CE, 98SE, 2000, 7, XP, Vista. No client side software is required.
Improves accuracy of information and productivity
Eliminates errors associated with individual identification.
Versatile mounting options
Unobtrusive design can be placed anywhere on the desktop, or may be mounted on monitors, time clocks, etc. using optional brackets.
Meets Medical/Healthcare HIPAA Requirements
When used as a log-on reader
Meets CJIS Compliance Requirements
All pcProx readers are CJIS compliant and designed to keep law enforcement and criminal justice organizations current with compliance requirements
Meets IP67 Compliance Requirements
pcProx Wall Mount Only—When the IP67 Wall Mount reader is installed in accordance with the IP67 Wall Mount instructional guide
Several Mounting Choices
Form Factors: ExpressCard, Wall Mount, PCMCIA, USB Dongle, Desktop, and OEM
pcProx 125 kHz Supported Cards—Partial List
AWID *1Cardax Casi-Rusco® *1Deister EM410X/Rosslare *1G-Prox™ II HID® *Hitag 1, S *1Hitag 2 Honeywell Nexwatch *1IDTECK/RF Logics Indala® 26 bit Indala® Custom Kantech ioProx™ *Keri Systems *ReadyKey Pro 1SecuraKey RadioKey®
*Validation with referenced manufacturer data pending 1Currently in implementation
Typical Maximum read range: 1.0” – 3.0” (2.5 – 7.6cm) dependent upon proximity card type and environmental conditions
Dimensions: 3 3/8” x 2” x 0.6” except for custom Indala, Pyramid
Weight: 4.0 oz (113.39g)
Power supply and interface: USB self-powered; PoE; Serial RS232: several power options exist
Indicators: Tri-state LED, beeper
Transmit frequency: 125 kHz. (If you require a dual band reader with both 125 kHz and 13.56 MHz, please see pcProx Plus)
Operating temperature range: -22° to 150°F (-30° to 65°C)
Operating humidity range: 5% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing
Storage temperature range: -40° to 185°F (-40° to 85°C)
Interface: USB or USB virtual COM
Ports/Styles: USB, USB Dongle Reader, RS-232, PCMCIA, Ethernet, Keyboard, OEM bare board
Desktop Unit Colors: Black, Pearl
Certifications: FCC, United States; CE Mark Europe, C-tic Australia, RoHS
Warranty: One year for material/workmanship defects; see complete policy for details.
RDR - RF IDeas reader in housing
6 - Low frequency , typically 125 Khz
0 - HID prox, or others see above table
8 - small desktop housing. N- none (OEM pc board); 7 - larger housing for custom reader; P - PCMCIA; D - Dongle; W - Wall switch for single gang box
2 - 82 Series means output through RF IDeas proprietary callable DLL