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Stand-alone biometric access control readers

Videx Security : 22 October, 2008  (New Product)
Videx Security introduces BioAccess range of fingerprint scanners for biometric access control
To complement the Videx Security 4000 Series access control products, the company has now introduced the BioAccess range of stand-alone finger print reader modules. Two types are available, thermal swipe and capacitive. Both types are available with 1000 or 3000 finger print memory. All versions are programmable manually via on-board switches or PC using a programming kit or through the network.

The Art.4823 programming kit has a 3000 fingerprint memory and a real time clock with battery back-up. The event log can be accessed using a PC to download the information.

All Videx access control modules with RS-485 serial connections including codelocks, proximity readers and finger print readers can be connected to a network control unit - either the VX1052 or the remote relay unit VX1050.

The VX1050 control unit has three changeover relays and is used to replace the operation of the relays housed within the access control device. The user information is stored in the codelock, proximity reader or finger print reader device which is connected to the bus wire. The device processes the access information provided by the user and if accepted transmits the information to the VX1050 control unit that activates the relevant relay. 32 devices can be connected to the bus.

The VX1052 is a four door control unit. 16 VX1052 units can be connected to the same bus system, allowing control of up to 64 doors. The unit includes door monitoring as standard and will store up to 3000 users' details with access privileges and contact details.

A software kit Art.1058 is available to program the VX1052 using a PC via RS-232 or USB serial connection and allow real time access time monitoring.

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