Access Unit 2.0 RFID - 125kHz, secured 13.56MHz, NFC*
The 2N® Access Unit 2.0 RFID access control unit has a multi-frequency RFID card reader that allows the simultaneous use of older 125kHz cards and new, secure 13.56MHz smart cards. Its greatest benefits are simple installation using a single ethernet cable, remote administration and hardware and software security.
Free transport from 300 euros in Benelux
Value added distributeur since 26 years
Regular training sessions
Multi-frequency RFID card readerThe combined RFID reader is extremely useful in shared office buildings where some people use secure 13.56MHz smart cards and others use regular 125kHz cards.
Minimum wiring requirementsA single ethernet cable is all you need to ensure communication with the unit and power (PoE). You can also connect a door lock, exit button, door contact or motion sensor just as easily directly to the unit.
Same design as IP intercomsThe access control unit will impress you with its elegant appearance, which has the same design as 2N IP intercoms. The unit comes in nickel or black and can be installed on the wall or flush mounted.
Remote configuration and administrationThanks to IP technology, the access control unit can be administered remotely via a web interface You can also use 2N® Access Commander software or the 2N® Remote Configuration service to administer the unit.
Attendance terminalThe 2N® Access Unit 2.0 operates as a basic access terminal recording the arrival and departure of employees. Information on attendance is subsequently displayed in the 2N® Access Commander software.
Protection against hackersWith IK08 class protection, the access control unit is resistant to vandals and software hackers. It can resist dictionary attacks and supports the 802.1x protocol for authentication in the network.
Double-sided door securityAdd-on modules can be connected to the 2N Access Unit 2.0, e.g. an RFID exit reader or keypad, as well as a simple exit button to ensure the door is secured from both sides.
NFC supportThanks to support of NFC technology, as well as RFID cards, users can use their Android smartphone with the installed 2N® Mobile Key application to enter the building.