Rosslare announced the launch of the Rosslare BLE ID apps. By installing the apps onto their smartphones, users can use the smartphone as a credential for access control and automation applications. The ID code generated by the app is unique to the device, and may be transferred easily by email to the system administrator.
Rosslare’s new CSN SMART readers will appear in the app and the user just needs to tap on the reader name to submit the credential to that particular reader. The main benefit of this technology is that the user is no longer obligated to carry a physical RFID card. In addition, the 10-metre operating range of the app introduces a new set of convenience factors.
The CSN SMART readers feature a multi-credential UID read technology for contactless smart cards (13.56 MHz) that can read the card serial number (CSN) of many smart card RFID standards. The readers have the ability to read Rosslare’s BLE credential technology and PIN codes, providing a cost-effective credential solution for any application.
The readers are rated IP65 and feature a modern design that can fit comfortably in any installation environment, indoors or outdoors. The app is available for download from Google Play Store and App Store.
With the new release, clients using Rosslare technology are able to secure their facility entrances and exits using personal devices as identification. This new app makes access control more cost-effective and easier for Rosslare clients everywhere.
“The creation of the BLE app evolves from our customers, who needed an alternative credential that is affordable, reliable, and their users will embrace, and can be used together or as a physical credential card,” said Ezra Ozer, director of marketing of Rosslare’s Security Products division.
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