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Rosslare AY-R12 Reader RGB Illuminated Proximity Reader
This Advanced-Concept reader is light-years away from any regular plastic reader available in the market today. The Illuminated readers are by far the most advanced readers on the market with innovative construction and can offer the best and newest types of services to the security business. The AY-R12 RGB Illuminated Reader presents a new concept in the security market whereby readers display ambiance modes preconfigured by the organization. The reader is wired to the controller and can be controlled by any panel to display colors at specified events through control inputs which connect to the host relay outputs. This most advanced reader adds a dramatic effect to any style-conscious environment. It is able to produce Red Green or Blue illumination according to input control managed by the Access Control system. Guaranteed to make a buzz in any showroom, distribution point and demonstration stand.
Stylish and practical application to add color to any environment enabling a high quality high-tech atmosphere. A must for designers.
16 Pre-programmed color schemes, enabled using 4 wired inputs
Optical Back Tamper sends a signal to the control panel when removal from wall or housing opening
Built in 125KHz Reader for EM type RFID cards with a read range of up to 8 cm
Possibly Infinite Additional Applications For Ambiance Mode Signals
Hospitals: Emergency color coding for emergency and pandemic levels, i.e., indications for stolen baby, stolen equipment, or troubled patients
Homeland Security: Proficient indication of the threat level in real-time which includes the area of a facility and inside and outside of zones
Residential: Chic and stylish this reader can add a designers touch to any high technology home installation
Office: Adding a touch of class to the office where we spend almost 50% of our lives, this product can surely enhance the communication to indicate visitors arrival, and security levels of the facility zones
Doctors: Outside indication that the doctor is busy (do not disturb), or not in the clinic