The streamlined compact reader blends harmoniously into any building. Hold an RFID card, key fob or key up to the reader and enter – the reader gives a visible and an audible signal of authorisation. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use with the weatherproof IP66 version. The slim design allows installation directly on metal, wood and plastic door frames. Can be integrated into several Kaba systems – whether in online or standalone mode.
The Kaba compact reader 91 10 can be universally used as an online subterminal in all access solutions. Constantly online, the reader, together with a control unit, gives increased security in the company. It is very attractive with its innovative, compact design and elegant, high-gloss finish. It blends discreetly and harmoniously into modern architecture.
Wrapped in a compact aluminum case, Delock's 91695 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 CompactFlash Card Reader harnesses the capabilities of SuperSpeed USB 3.0 to work with the latest CompactFlash Cards. Supporting CompactFlash cards in PIO, DMA and UDMA modes, the reader is plenty fast enough to support transfer hungry memory cards like speedy UDMA 6 CompactFlash cards used in high end DLSR cameras. Utilizing SuperSpeed USB's maximum theoretical speeds of up to 5Gbps, waiting for photos and videos to transfer off cards is now a thing of the past. This SuperSpeed USB 3.0 flash memory reader also supports the massive capacities of modern storage devices. Delock's 91695 doesn't trade practicality away for high speed though. The CompactFlash Card Reader is fully backward compatible with both USB 2.0 and USB 1.1 hosts. The reader supports Hot-Swap and Plug-N-Play, and utilizes USB bus power so no additional power source is required. The 91695 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 CompactFlash Card Reader is best used with systems that support SuperSpeed USB 3.0 in order to take advantage of its speed.
The Kaba compact reader is suitable for indoor use. It contains a registration unit to ‘read’ the presented badge and identify the user, and an integrated control unit that decides if the presented badge has the appropriate authorisation and whether the door should be opened.