From HID - The SmartID™ S10 Mullion Reader With Broad Card Compatibility
- Make: HID
- Model code: SmartID S10
- Series: SmartID Series
- Reader Type: Smart Card
- Standalone/ Networkable: Standalone
The SmartID S10 reader. Transmit frequency 13.56 MHz. Can be mounted on a door mullion or single-gang electrical box. Secure data transmission with 3DES encryption. Reads any MIFARE/DESFire application data file. Interface: RS232, RS485, RS422.Read more
|Model code||SmartID S10|
|Reader Type||Smart Card|
|Read Range mm||<38|
|LED / Beep||LED / Beep|
Voltage: 5 ~ 24 V DC
Power Consumption: 68 ~ 82 mA
|Physical Specifications||Dimensions mm: 46 x 142 x 25|
Operating Temp oC: -30 ~ 60
Operating Humidity %: 0 ~ 95
|Additional info||The SmartID S10 reader. Transmit frequency 13.56 MHz. Can be mounted on a door mullion or single-gang electrical box. Secure data transmission with 3DES encryption. Reads any MIFARE/DESFire application data file. Interface: RS232, RS485, RS422.|
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