Outdoor-ready RFID readers

June 2018 Access Control & Identity Management, Products

Suprema recently announced the release of XPass D2 series RF card readers. The new addition of card readers will provide extended capability, design flexibility and cost-effectiveness to the CoreStation, Suprema’s enterprise access control solution.

XPass D2 readers are compact outdoor-ready RFID readers featuring dual-frequency RFID technology and a rugged IP67/IK08 structure, and are optimised for CoreStation-based centralised access control systems. XPass D2 readers come with dual-frequency RFID technology, which reads both 128 kHz and 13.56 MHz RF cards including EM, MIFARE (plus), DESFire (EV1) and FeliCa standards. In addition, all readers read BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) and NFC signals to provide mobile credential capability when using Suprema’s BioStar Mobile Card.

XPass D2 readers come in three models to meet various project requirements and installation environments. XPD2-MDB features a mullion-type structure and XPD2-GDB and XPD2-GKDB models are gang box-sized form factor and GKDB model comes with a 3 x 4 keypad to support PIN authentication.

To ensure reliable operation under dynamic installation environments, all XPass D2 readers feature an outdoor-ready structure with range-leading IP67 weather-proof and IK08 vandal-proof certifications. Moreover, XPass D2 readers provide extra durability under extreme temperatures with an operating temperature of -30°C to 65°C.

“With the new addition of XPass D2 readers to CoreStation, Suprema’s ACU-based access control solution, we aim to provide new enterprise-grade features and added flexibility in system design. CoreStation is a clear alternative to the enterprises requiring a higher level of biometric security and centralised access control system topology,” said Young S. Moon, CEO at Suprema.



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