ASSA ABLOY OCWR - Offline Classic Wall Readers

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: ASSA ABLOY
  • Model code: OCWR
  • Reader Type: Smart Card
  • Mount Type: Wall
Additional info:

Application The wall-mounted reader is to be used as part of access control systems for doors in which the locking or blocking element is an automatism: Automatic doors, a car park barrier, doors with electric or magnetic strike plates, etc. It is a proximity card reader which incorporates a relay and a control unit which manages both the reader and the relay. Via the relay, the control unit will decide weather or not to activate the door's locking element, depending on weather the user who is attempting to open the door has authorized access or not. Specification Contactless - Reading cards/credentials via proximity Autonomous operation -  The wall mounted reader makes decisions autonomously, without any type of external and/or centralised control unit Read and write functionality - Updating user accesses via their own cards/credentials, the events are stored in both the wall-mounted reader and in the users' credentials Low maintenance - The lack of contact between the chip and the reader provides greater durability and low maintenance costs

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Make ASSA ABLOY
Manufacturer ASSA ABLOY
Model code OCWR
Reader Type Smart Card
Mount Type Wall
Additional info

Application

The wall-mounted reader is to be used as part of access control systems for doors in which the locking or blocking element is an automatism: Automatic doors, a car park barrier, doors with electric or magnetic strike plates, etc.

It is a proximity card reader which incorporates a relay and a control unit which manages both the reader and the relay. Via the relay, the control unit will decide weather or not to activate the door's locking element, depending on weather the user who is attempting to open the door has authorized access or not.

Specification

  • Contactless - Reading cards/credentials via proximity
  • Autonomous operation -  The wall mounted reader makes decisions autonomously, without any type of external and/or centralised control unit
  • Read and write functionality - Updating user accesses via their own cards/credentials, the events are stored in both the wall-mounted reader and in the users' credentials
  • Low maintenance - The lack of contact between the chip and the reader provides greater durability and low maintenance costs
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