Anviz M3 Pro Outdoor RFID Standalone Access Control Reader

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Anviz
  • Model code: M3 Pro
  • Standalone/ Networked/ PC: Standalone
  • Reader Type: Smart Card
  • No of Cardholders: 10000
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Additional info:

M3 Pro is a metal casing, IP65 water-proof design compact access control device, suitable for outdoor applications Supports 13.56MHZ mifare card and 125KHZ EM card dual frequency module The touch backlit keypad, support TCP/IP and RS485 communication convenient for customers to use Built-in relay for direct lock and standard wiegand output The new Linux based 1Ghz processor ensures the 1:10,000 comparison time less than 0.5 second The WiFi function ensures power on to work, and realize the flexible installation of the device The Webserver ensures the easily quick connection and self management of the device

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Make Anviz
Manufacturer Anviz Global Inc.
Model code M3 Pro
Standalone/ Networked/ PC Standalone
Reader Type Smart Card
No of Cardholders 10000
Network Type "RS485, Mini USB, TCP/IP, Wiegand Out, Relay for Direct Lock control" Optional WiFi & Bluetooth
Keypad Included Yes
Environmental Specifications Operating Temperature oC: -30 ~ +60 C (-22 ~ +140 F)
Operating Humidity %: 20 ~ 90
Protection: IP65
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 12 V DC
Additional info
  • M3 Pro is a metal casing, IP65 water-proof design compact access control device, suitable for outdoor applications
  • Supports 13.56MHZ mifare card and 125KHZ EM card dual frequency module
  • The touch backlit keypad, support TCP/IP and RS485 communication convenient for customers to use
  • Built-in relay for direct lock and standard wiegand output
  • The new Linux based 1Ghz processor ensures the 1:10,000 comparison time less than 0.5 second
  • The WiFi function ensures power on to work, and realize the flexible installation of the device
  • The Webserver ensures the easily quick connection and self management of the device
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