Portable housing for biometric terminals

September 2016 Access Control & Identity Management, Products

The SupreMOBILE is a compact and portable retrofit housing built for selected Suprema biometric terminals. It is designed and produced in South Africa for the purpose of mobilising accurate onsite identification for T&A and roll call functions. The casing is watertight, crushproof and dust proof – ensuring that your hardware receives the ultimate protection while on the move.

Suprema devices supported include the BioStation, BioLite Net, BioEntry W and BioEntry Plus readers. This mobile solution functions as a natural extension of Suprema’s terminal and is therefore compatible with BioStar or any solutions that integrate with Suprema terminals.

In terms of connectivity, SupreMOBILE operates over a fixed or mobile (3G/GPRS/Edge) network infrastructure. There is also a WiFi option available and all units come standard with an RJ45 Ethernet port for synchronisation via standard network interface. Power is provided by a Lithium-ion battery with extended battery and car charger options available.

It is available locally and is also exported internationally through Suprema’s International distribution network.

Mobile casing features:

• Watertight, crushproof, and dust proof.

• Open cell core, strong and light in weight.

• O-ring seal.

• Automatic pressure equalisation valve.

• Stainless steel hardware.

• The aluminium bracket, battery and circuit board are South African designed and manufactured.

• IP67 rated (Protected from dust and against the effects of immersion in water to depths between 15 cm and 1 metre when properly closed).

• Manufactured from a propylene co-polymer which is not only weather resistant but also extremely resistant to chemicals.

• Dimensions: 191 x 234 x 160 mm (W x H x D).

• Weight 1,57 kg (case only).

For more information contact neaMetrics, 0861 632 638, info@neametrics.com, www.neametrics.com; Suprema, +27 (0)11 784 3952, enquiry@suprema.co.za, www.suprema.co.za


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