The Avea indoor proximity reader is self contained and no PC is required. To program it, you use the add and delete cards it comes with.
Unlike some other inexpensive systems, you don't have to delete all cards when you only want to delete one.
As you can guess, this feature is a big big time saver. Also unlike some competitors systems, the Avea will accept up to 2730 cards or fobs! Most inexpensive readers have no where near as many. As good or even better than other systems selling at $400. Just add an electric strike or magnetic lock and a power supply for the reader and a power supply for the electric strike or magnetic lock and you're done! Call us if you need help choosing an electric strike or magnetic lock. We sell more of them than anyone.
Low Priced, Single-Door Proximity Entry System - connect an electric strike and power supply and you're done
Relay output to control any elctric strike or magnetic lock
Delete as few or as many cards or fobs as you like at any time. No need to delete all ever!
No Control Panels - Standalone Access Controller
Easy and simple to use
Has a flat back so it's easy to install on any flat surface
Low profile modern look
Accommodates up to 2730 users - either cards or fobs or mix them, your choice!
Reading range is around 2 to 3 inches
Enter/remove individual ID cards easily anytime
No PCs or External Programmer Needed
Request to exit terminals allow for interior release button
Adjustable door open time from 1 second to 100 seconds
and also has the ability to be set to toggle on and off
Now comes with either 10 free Cards or 5 free Fobs - your choice
Great performance and reliability with a stylish appearance.
Mount directly on electrical box or surface mount to wall for easy installation.
Power supply requirement : 9 to 12VDC 300mA - 1 amp.
High reliability and consistent 2 to 3 inch read range.
LED Indicator : Green and Red.
Size: 4 1/2 " W x 4 1/2 " H x 7/8 " D or 117mm x 117mm x 21mm
See our electric strike and magnetic lock section
See our heater kit for cold weather
See our popular electronic cabinet lock
See the book: The Guide to Electronic Locking Devices
Don't forget the power supply! Click here for power supply with battery back-up
Important! Please note: always use a separate power supply when using a proximity card reader and an electric strike or magnetic lock.