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- 4 Button Transmitter
- Model available with integrated ioProx tag
- Encrypted code ensures the highest level of security
- Kantech™ eXtended Secure Format (XSF) or 26-bit Wiegand format-selectable
The ioProx transmitters are available in a 2- or 4-button version. With an extra long 433.92 MHz read range, it is an ideal solution for parking lots, garages, or anywhere there is a significant distance between a cardholder and the secured entrance.
Model Number: P74WLS
- Power – 3V lithium battery, included (3 year average lifetime)
- Operating Temperature – 0°C to 70°C (32°F to 158°F)
- Dimensions (H x W x D) – 7.30 x 3.81 x 1.59 cm (2.88 x 1.50 x 0.63 in)
- Certification – FCC
The ioProx receiver and transmitter solution extends the capabilities of the Kantech ioProx card reader line by making it easier for customers to gain access to secured parking facilities. By providing a read range of up to 150 feet, the Kantech ioProx solution extends the powerful ioProx card reader system from buildings to parking facilities and anywhere else a distance exists between the cardholder and point of entry. This means cardholders no longer have to get out of their cars to open a secured parking gate the way they would with traditional access control systems that have more limited read ranges. Instead, they simply press the button on the ioProx transmitter, which is small enough to fit on their key chain and functions similarly to a garage door opener. The ioProx receiver uses radio-frequency (RF) technology secured with encrypted coding to prevent code grabbers from intercepting the system. The transmitter is available with an optional integrated ioProx tag, which equips it to also work with the ioProx card reader, making it an ideal solution for customers who need to access both a parking facility and an office building without searching for multiple access cards. The enhanced capabilities do not compromise security. The ioProx receiver can be programmed for either Wiegand format, which is compatible with most door controllers on the market, or for Kantech eXtended Secure Format (XSF) which, when used with one of Kantech’s door controllers, provides enhanced security with an additional measure of protection against ID access code duplication.