Anviz C2 Slim Outdoor Standalone Access Control Terminal

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Anviz
  • Model code: C2 Slim
  • Standalone/ Networked/ PC: Standalone
  • Reader Type: Biometric
  • No of Cardholders: 3,000
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Additional info:

Small size with compact design Easy installation New generation sensor – hermetic, waterproof and dustproof BioNANO core fingerprint algorithm: High Performance and Reliability Easy user enrollment on the unit via Master Card or in the management software Identification mode: Fingerprint, Card, Fingerprint + Card Compatible with industrial standard RFID EM & Mifare Communicate with computer via PoE-TCP/IP and RS485 Directly connect to lock control and door open sensor as a standalone access controller Standard Wiegand26 output Optional waterproof cover for outdoor solution Various communications(TCP/IP, RS485) are appropriate for multiple network deployment

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Make Anviz
Manufacturer Anviz Global Inc.
Model code C2 Slim
Standalone/ Networked/ PC Standalone
Reader Type Biometric
No of Cardholders 3,000
Environmental Specifications Operating Temperature oC: -30 ~ +60 C (-22 ~ +140 F)
Protection: IP65
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 12 V DC
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 50 x 159 x 25
Additional info
  • Small size with compact design
  • Easy installation
  • New generation sensor – hermetic, waterproof and dustproof
  • BioNANO core fingerprint algorithm: High Performance and Reliability
  • Easy user enrollment on the unit via Master Card or in the management software
  • Identification mode: Fingerprint, Card, Fingerprint + Card
  • Compatible with industrial standard RFID EM & Mifare
  • Communicate with computer via PoE-TCP/IP and RS485
  • Directly connect to lock control and door open sensor as a standalone access controller
  • Standard Wiegand26 output
  • Optional waterproof cover for outdoor solution
  • Various communications(TCP/IP, RS485) are appropriate for multiple network deployment
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