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HID MiniProx 5365

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  • 125 kHz Mullion Mount Proximity Reader
  • The MiniProx® proximity card reader's potted electronics and slim, attractive design are ideal for indoor or outdoor mounting.
  • Available with either pigtail or terminal strip (terminal strip only for Hazardous Location version).
  • Available with Wiegand or Clock-and-Data interface.
  • Potted reader suitable for indoor or outdoor use.
  • Hazardous Location version is UL 1604, Class I & II, Div. 2 and Class III listed.
 

Key Features

  • Accepts 5- to 16-volts, meeting most voltage requirements.
  • Available with Wiegand or Clock-and-data interface.
  • Allows easy upgrade from magstripe to a proximity reader; no rewiring or pulling of new cable required.
  • Offers high reliability, consistent read-range and low power consumption in an easy-to-install package.
  • Mounts directly onto metal with no change in read range performance.
  • Provides multicolor LED, compatibility with all standard access control systems and internal or host control of LED and beeper.

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CARD SIZE

6.0" x 1.7" x 1.0"(15.2 x 4.3 x 2.54 cm)

Authentication Type

Proximity

Communication

Clock and Data, Wiegand

Operating Environment

-22° to 150° F (-30° to 65° C)
Operating Humidity 0-95% relative humidity non-condensing

VDC power

5-16 VDC

Transmit Frequency

125 kHz

Warranty

1 year

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