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Dropbox card reader for proximity access systems

BPT Security Systems (UK) : 05 July, 2007  (New Product)
Dropbox unit allows temporary access cards to be deposited on exit whilst triggering exit mechanism.
BPT Security Systems (UK) has launched the Impro Dropbox, a
convenient and cost-effective card reading terminal for the Impro4,
Impro16 and Impro64+ proximity access control systems.

Made from durable stainless steel and ABS plastic, the Impro Dropbox is
suitable for use internally and externally, although remote exits such
as those found in secure car parks have the most to benefit from this
latest addition to the Impro range.

In a typical Impro Dropbox installation, visitors to the site are
provided with a proximity tag and, when leaving the premises, push the
tag into the Dropbox reader located at the exit. The tag is then read
as normal and, if verified, exit is granted through the barrier or door,
but the card is then retained in the Dropbox unit. These cards are
periodically collected by the customer and re used again and again.

Such a set up is highly cost-effective as the customer doesn't have to
allocate staff to monitor exits and can re use the tags. Furthermore,
it's also very secure as exits remain protected at all times.


The Impro Dropbox has designed to be used with the Impro4, Impro16 and
Impro64+ proximity access control systems, available exclusively from
BPT Security Systems (UK) Ltd. The Impro4 supports up to 2,000 tags
operating 4 doors or gates/barriers per site with up to 10,000 sites
being managed from one software package, Impro16 supports up to 2,000
tags operating 16 doors or 15 doors and up to four lifts, whereas the
Impro64+ accommodates up to 3,000 doors and 160,000 users and boasts an
array of features.
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