The Prox Tag Arming Station is vandal resistant, weatherproof, totally wireless and self-powered so that it can be mounted anywhere without trenching signal or power cables. To arm or disarm, the user simply places their prox tag or badge next to the reader to arm/disarm their system. One prox tag is included.
The Outdoor Proximity Reader Model BR is a battery operated, wireless Proximity Reader designed for arming and disarming operation of Videofied security systems. The Proximity Reader consists of two LEDs for status information, a built in sounder, S2View Spread Spectrum, interactive, encrypted wireless circuitry for secure two-way communication with the control panel, and is multi badge programmable. The LED display provides status information of arming, disarming, partial arming, tamper fault, and maintenance. The Proximity Reader is typically installed near entry/exit doors
to allow system users enough time to arm and exit the premises, and to enter and disarm the system before time delays expire. When the system is armed, the built in sounder emits short beeps and one red and one green LED flash to identify arming. Upon entring the armed premises and swiping a programmed badge, the built in sounder emits short beeps and two green LED flashes to identify disarming. A dual tamper function provides detection for both Badge Reader cover and wall tamper.
The Proximity Reader is powered by three lithium batteries that can last up to four years or more, depending on the amount of Proximity Reader activity. The Proximity Reader transmits a checkin signal every 8 minutes that includes its unique identification code, along with the tamper condition, serial number, date of manufacture, software revision and battery status.
- Temperature range: -20/+140°F (-30/+60°C)
- Up to 4 year battery life
- Fully weatherproof, IP 65
- Compatible with Videofied VT100 prox tags and other standard MIFARE badges or cards
- Dual tamper function provides detection for both wall and cover tamper conditions
- Provides both audio (beeping) and visual (LEDs) feedback during arming/disarming