ZK KR500E Wiegand reader

ZK KR500E Wiegand reader

RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification) is a remote data storage and retrieval system that uses devices called tags, cards, transponders, or RFID tags. The fundamental purpose of RFID technology is to transmit the identity of an object (similar to a unique serial number) using radio waves. RFID technologies are grouped into the so-called Auto ID (automatic identification). RFID tags are small sticker-like devices that can be attached or incorporated into a product, an animal, or a person. They contain antennas to enable them to receive and respond to radiofrequency requests from an RFID transceiver. Passive tags do not need internal power, while active tags do. One of the advantages of using radiofrequency (instead of, for example, infrared) is that direct vision is not required between transmitter and receiver

Key Features

  • Read range of up to 10cm for proximity card and 5cm for Mifare card
  • External LED control
  • External Buzzer Control
  • Indoor/Outdoor operation
  • Waterproof IP65
  • Reverse Polarity Protection

Product Specifications

Product Name ZK KR500E Wiegand reader
Product Code ZK362003
Brand ZKTeco
Varification Time <300ms
Varification Distance Up to 10cm
Built-in Card Reader 125kHz RFID proximity reader
Indicators LED / Beeper
Communication Wiegand Output
Access Control interfaces 3rd party electric lock, door sensor, exit button, door alarm
Power Supply 6 - 14V DC 70mA
Operating Temperature -20 °C - 65 °C
Operating Humidity 20% - 80%
Dimensions 44 X 78 X 16mm

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