TTCE-D1801 Card Dispenser For Access Control SystemTTCE-D1801 card dispenser for Access control system
RF reader installation - reserved position for RF reader installation.
Extendable card hopper - Max loading 300pcs (card thickness 0.76mm).
Card adjustment rotator-Support thickness 0.2-2.0mm
Patent No. : 200620148190.2-Six optional card thickness adjustment.
Smart alert status - Support card empty, dispensing trouble alert.
Error card box - For error card collecting (25pcs) and can be hollowed to collect more.
Certifications: CE, ROHS, FCC, REACH 181
A credential is a physical/tangible object, a piece of knowledge, or a facet of a person's physical being that enables an individual access to a given physical facility or computer-based information system.
The typical credential is an access card or key-fob, and newer software can also turn users' smart phones into access devices.
There are many card technologies including magnetic stripe, bar code, Wiegand, 125 kHz proximity, 26-bit card-swipe, contact smart cards, and contactless smart cards. Also available are key-fobs, which are more compact than ID cards, and attach to a key ring.
In addition to older more traditional card access technologies, newer technologies such as Near field communication (NFC) and Bluetooth low energy also have potential to communicate user credentials to readers for system or building access.