The family of pcProx 13.56 MHz Enroll contactless smart card readers eliminates the need for manual entry, providing error-free identification and is compatible with nearly all 13.56 MHz contactless cards/tags/labels. This reader allows users to use their building access card or other 13.56 MHz tags for other forms of identification and security throughout the workplace. The plug-n-play reader comes with flash memory, allowing the user to quickly configure the output to meet the user's needs.
As a card enrollment or ID badge reader/tester, the USB model emulates a keyboard and will keystroke the card's data to the cursor's location on the screen. The reader can be configured to add keystrokes before or after the card's data. The serial version, available in RS-232, Ethernet, or USB Virtual COM, delivers the card's data in ASCII.
It can be used as a standalone system, or be seamlessly integrated with other software applications using the optional SDK (Software Developer Kit). As an integrated reader, you will find applications such as PC/LAN logon, single signon, card enrollment, visitor management, point of sale, time/attendance, user authorization, seminar, fitness, training attendance, magnetic card emulations and more.
For HID's iClass cards, including Elite Key, the card's data is read and will include the card ID and/or the facility site code, while for ISO 14443/15693, LEGIC, or NXP's MIFARE cards/tags/labels, just the card's serial number data is read from the card.
PC/LAN Access Control
PLC and Embedded Controllers
Time and Attendance
Meeting Attendance, Visitor Management
Point of Sale
Easy Software Integration of Contactless Cards
Since there is no software deployed, the plug-n-play reader designs are truly easy to integrate into your existing application. The USB models connect directly to USB ports and send data as keystrokes. The RS-232 model connects to a serial port and sends data as ASCII. The Ethernet model comes with free software to redirect the IP address to virtual COM port on Windows® PCs. The USB Virtual COM model emulates a virtual serial device.
Compatible with Windows CE®, Windows 2000®, Windows XP®, Windows Vista®, Windows 7®, Macintosh®, the Solaris™ operating system, Sun Ray™ thin clients, and Linux. (Free configuration software requires Windows® operating system).
Improves Accuracy of Information and Productivity:
Eliminates errors associated with individual identification.
Versatile Mounting Options
The standard housing (shown on front) can be placed anywhere on the desktop. Featuring an articulated cable it can easily be mounted on kiosks, monitors, time clocks, and more. Optional base and mounting brackets expand placement options. Other form factors allow for easy, unobtrusive placement.
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, USB Dongle, Desktop, and OEM
*Validation with referenced manufacturer data pending 1Currently in implementation
Typical maximum read range:
2.0” – 4.0” (5.0 – 10.0 cm) with PVC ID cards
1.0” – 1.5” (2.5 – 3.8 cm) with labels or tags
1.0” – 2.0” (2.5 – 5.0 cm) with MIFARE card
Dimensions: 3 3/8” x 2” x 0.6” (Models with RDR in part number only) 4.2” x 2.5” x 0.875” (10.6 x 6.35 x 2.2 cm)
Weight: 4.0 oz (113.39g)
Power supply and interface: USB self-powered; RS- 232 model; 5V supplied by PS2. Keyboard pass-thru connector
Indicators: Tri-state LED, beeper
Transmit frequency: 13.56 MHz
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)
Ports/Styles: USB, USB Dongle Reader, RS-232, Ethernet, Keyboard, OEM bare board
Desktop Unit Colors: Black, Pearl
Wall/Kiosk Housing Unit Colors: Black, White
Certifications: FCC, United States; CE Mark Europe, C-TICK, RoHS, Industry Canada
Warranty: One year for material/workmanship defects; see complete policy for details.
RDR - RF IDeas reader in housing
7 - High frequency, typically 13.56 MHz
0 - HID iCLASS, or others see above table
8 - Small desktop housing. N- None (OEM pc board); 7 - Larger housing for custom reader; D - Dongle*; W - Wallswitch for single gange box
1 - keystroker or ASCII serial
A - Version
K - Color; K = Black, P=Pearl (desktop only) , W=White (wall Switch only)
U - USB Port with either key stroke or SDK driven output
'x' - Denote cabling power supply input option:
2 : PS/2 pass-thru connector taps power from keyboard/mouse connector
5 : DB9 data and 5 Vdc Power supplied on Pin 9 of DB 9 connector
6 : DB9 data and 9 Vdc Power supplied on Pin 9 of DB 9 connector
7 : Connector allows for external 9 Vdc power supply wall adaptor
8 : DB9 data and 5vdc wall power supply connectorized cable in
9 : DB9 and USB 5 vdc power tap
0 - USB connector output as Virtual COM
U - USB connector output as keystrokes and/or RF IDeas proprietary SDK
' * ' - Denotes availability in Dongle housing
'yyy' - Denote custom format number for iCLASS readers
USB to PS/2 Power Tap Converter
USB to PS/2
Right Angle Bracket
pcProx bracket kit - PN: KT-SHBKT
Desktop: The desktop, which is the standard housing, can be placed anywhere on the desktop. Featuring an articulated cable it can easily be mounted on kiosks, monitors, time clocks, and more. Optional base and mounting brackets expand placement options.
Wall Mount: The Wall Mount card readers are specifically designed for applications such as kiosks, time & attendance, point of sale, hoteling, meeting attendance, as well as others which require special mounting versatility. These readers mount easily with two screws and fit in a single-gang electrical box.
USB Dongle: The innovative USB Dongle card reader incorporates all the features of the larger readers into an ultra compact, cable-free format. Available in the same configurations as the full size models, the dongle adds a unique level of portability to a variety of card reading needs.
ExpressCard: The ExpressCard is designed to provide interchangeability among computers and other devices where ruggedness, low power and small size are critical. The ExpressCard can be easily and quickly installed in any device that has an ExpressCard slot.
OEM: The security, reliability and convenience of proximity identification and access are available in self-contained electronic modules. It's perfect for 3rd party manufacturers or customers who want to integrate proximity technology into their standard offerings. (Housing back optional)