Cross Point, based in The Netherlands, has introduced XM3 - a new access control concept based on standalone proximity readers which can be networked, thereby creating a system of up to 32 networked standalone readers.
The readers support worldwide RFID standards such as EM Marin, HID, MIFARE and Microchip. Set-up and maintenance is done via the free-of-charge supplied XM3 manage software. Cross Point/EM Marin 125 kHz tags can be read as a standard by the XM3 reader, while other RFID formats can be read by using an on-board module addition to make the XM3 reader dual technology.
Cross Point is currently looking for representation in South Africa and other parts of Africa.
For more information contact Cross Point, 0931 591 66 88 66, firstname.lastname@example.org
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