Software House RM2L-SE multiCLASS Reader

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Software House
  • Model code: RM2L-SE
  • Series: RM Series
  • Reader Type: Smart Card
  • Keypad Integrated: Yes
Additional info:

Reads latest HID iCLASS SE and Seos cards Features the HID SE3200 multi-technology read head, allowing card reads from HID Proximity, iCLASS, iCLASS SE and Seos cards  simultaneously Provides LCD and keypad support for arm/disarm functionality in proprietary burglar alarm installations, per UL 1076 Provides two supervised inputs and two control point outputs Three high-intensity LEDs (red, amber, and green) indicate system conditions Operates in star or multi-drop configuration to support diverse security needs Built-in tamper switch and security screws protect reader electronics Rugged design suitable for interior or exterior environment

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Make Software House
Manufacturer Software House, Tyco International
Model code RM2L-SE
Series RM Series
Reader Type Smart Card
Keypad Integrated Yes
LED / Beep LED
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 12 V DC
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 130 x 142 x 50
Weight g: 644
Additional info
  • Reads latest HID iCLASS SE and Seos cards
  • Features the HID SE3200 multi-technology read head, allowing card reads from HID Proximity, iCLASS, iCLASS SE and Seos cards  simultaneously
  • Provides LCD and keypad support for arm/disarm functionality in proprietary burglar alarm installations, per UL 1076
  • Provides two supervised inputs and two control point outputs
  • Three high-intensity LEDs (red, amber, and green) indicate system conditions
  • Operates in star or multi-drop configuration to support diverse security needs
  • Built-in tamper switch and security screws protect reader electronics
  • Rugged design suitable for interior or exterior environment
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