Mini Integrated Reader With an Illumination Ring NT 7531R
CODE: Nundnet NT 7531R
Nundnet 7531 is a slim access reader with luminous LED ring and wiegand output to integrate with the access control panels of our choice. The Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene & poly-carbonate material insures the tough and durable structural design of the device, hence capable of withstanding major & minor environmental changes including vandalism.
|LED RGB Ring
|Standby x 4, Reaction x 4
|6 ~ 12 cm
|Read / Write
|EM 4001 / EM 4012 /
|HID ISOProx II, HID ProxCard II
|Wiegand 26-34 bits /
|100M (22AWG shielded cable)
|PC & ABS
|Standard Black, Grey, Ivory
|Option Pearl White, Blue, Red
|< 1 Watt
|55 x 55 x 12
|Mini reader, IP 56 rated, 125 kHz, Reading range 6~12cm,
Wiegand output 26/24 bit wide, 9-24VDC
|NT 7531 R
Operating frequency of 125kHz with data transmission rate of 4800 / 8600 bps & radio frequency of 106 kbps
As high as 75°C & as low as -30°C
Specialized LED module in ring format is used that helps users to identify the operation mode. Three diﬀerent scenes can be created hence making the device suitable for any environment.
The device is designed to detect/ sense the EM cards at the distance of 6 ~ 12 cm
Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene (ABS) & Poly-carbonates (PC), thermoplastic polymers containing carbonate groups in their chemical structures to make device robust.
Elegant appearance, anti vandal, fast reading, dirt proof, humidity proof, dirt protection, non mechanical abrasion
Reverse polarity protection circuity is provided to avoid damage of device during installation or else. The device is protected against static discharge & over voltages.
IP 56, suﬃcient protection against ingression of dust & powerful water jets.
Easy to install without extra drilling. The device can be easily mounted on the wall. The screws drilled are hidden hence insures more secure installation.
The output is wiegand 26 /34 bit wide hence compatible with all universal controllers.
Nundnet NT 7531R equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. This device is designed to provide the