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HID Proximity ProxPro 5355


  • 125 kHz wall switch proximity reader
  • The ProxPro® proximity card reader's weatherproof design and architecturally attractive enclosure allows easy mounting indoors or out. The ProxPro Reader is ideal for applications requiring a larger read range.

    • Ideal for medium-range applications.
    • Available with Wiegand, Serial (RS-232/RS-422) or Clock-and-Data interface.
    • Sealed for indoor or outdoor use.
    • Optional glass mount kit available for mounting the reader behind glass.
    • Available in gray or beige.

Key Features

  • Affords high reliability, consistent read range characteristics, and low power consumption in a single, easy-to-install package.
  • Features multicolor LED, internal or host control of the LED, and/or beeper and a beeper "off" switch for silent operation.
  • Provides Wiegand protocol interface compatibility with all standard access control systems.
  • Offers an optional, fully integrated personal identification number keypad for heightened security. Can be mounted to glass (using the optional glass mounting kit).

Khoảng cách đọc

ProxCard® II Card - up to 8" (20 cm)
ISOProx® II Card - up to 7" (17.5 cm)
DuoProx® II Card - up to 7" (17.5 cm)
Smart ISOProx® II Card - up to 7" (17.5 cm)
Smart DuoProx® II Card - up to 7" (17.5 cm)
HID Proximity & MIFARE® card - up to 7" (17.5 cm)
ProxCard® Plus Card - up to 3" (7.5 cm)
ProxKey® II Keyfob - up to 3" (7.5 cm)
MicroProx® Tag - up to 4" (10.2 cm)


5.0" x 5.0" x 1.0" (12.7 x 12.7 x 2.54 cm)

Authentication Type

125 kHz cards


Wiegand or Clock and Data interface: 500 feet (152 m)
RS-232 interface: 50 feet (15 m)
RS-422 interface: 4000 feet (1219 m)

Operating Environment

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

VDC power

10-28.5 VDC

Transmit Frequency

125 kHz


1 year


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