Bosch ARD-SER10-WI iCLASS/MIFARE Proximity Reader

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13.56 MHz proximity reader compatible with access controllers with Wiegand interfaces Fully compatible with the Bosch Access Management portfolio, including the Management Software Systems (BIS/ACE, AMS and APE), the Access Modular Controller (AMC2), and the MIFARE and iCLASS credential portfolio Support of multiple card technologies (iCLASS SE, iCLASS Seos, MIFARE DESFire EV1) Quick reading response for high performance level The use of NFC on mobile phones to set up the communication with the reader enables mobile phones to be used as access credentials IP55 rating allows both indoor and outdoor installation

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Make Bosch
Manufacturer Bosch Security Systems
Model code ARD-SER10-WI
Series LECTUS secure reader (Wiegand)
Reader Type Mifare
IP Rating IP55
Mount Type Mullion
LED / Beep LED / Beep
Color Black
Wiegand Interface Yes
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 5 ~ 16 V DC
Power Consumption: 60 ~ 220 mA
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 48 x 103 x 23
Weight g: 113
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: -35 ~ 65 C (-31 ~ 149 F)
Operating Humidity %: 5 ~ 95
Protection IP55
Additional info
  • 13.56 MHz proximity reader compatible with access controllers with Wiegand interfaces
  • Fully compatible with the Bosch Access Management portfolio, including the Management Software Systems (BIS/ACE, AMS and APE), the Access Modular Controller (AMC2), and the MIFARE and iCLASS credential portfolio
  • Support of multiple card technologies (iCLASS SE, iCLASS Seos, MIFARE DESFire EV1)
  • Quick reading response for high performance level
  • The use of NFC on mobile phones to set up the communication with the reader enables mobile phones to be used as access credentials
  • IP55 rating allows both indoor and outdoor installation
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