Biometric terminal for turnstile NU BIOS 10

CODE: NUNDNET NU BIOS 10

NBC NU Bios 10 of N2 Net series of Nundlab Biometric Community (NBC)   is a face recognition device for the control of a turnstiles & gates. It is mainly used for authentication and intelligent security management in any traffic channel.

Description

BIOMETRIC
Identification time≤0.5 s/Person
FRR≥ 99%
Camera2MP
Capacity20,000 / 10,000
PROCESSOR
ProcessorCPU
DATA
Read ( distance ).25 ~1M
Data retention1000 hours in case of failure
MATERIAL
Housing MaterialCover ABS ( Acrylonitrile
Butadiene Styrene ) biometric unit
Stainless Steel Housing
Ingress ProtectionIP 55
ELECTRICAL
InterfaceTCP/IP, RS232/485, Wiegand
Power12V/3A, 36 W
GENERAL
TemperatureOperation 25°C ~ 80°C
Storage 20°C ~ 50°C
Operation Humidity95%
Dimensions (mm)100 x 100 x 540 mm ( LxWxH )
MountingSurface
Weight5 Kg
CertificationFCC, NCC, CE, RoHS

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PRODUCT CODENU BIOS 10Biometric terminal for turnstile
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Additional information

Temperature

Operation 25°C ~ 80°C
Storage 20°C ~ 50°C

Indicator

Specialized LED modules.

Access Methods

Face recognition mode
Dual Camera for identification

Material

– Cover ABS ( Acrylonitrile
Butadiene Styrene ) biometric unit
– Stainless Steel Housing

Design

– Cover ABS ( Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene ) biometric unit
– Stainless Steel Housing

Protection

Reverse polarity protection circuity is provided to avoid damage of device during installation or else. The device is protected against static discharge & over voltages.

Ingress Protection

IP 55, sufficient protection against ingression of dust & powerful water jets.

Mounting

Easy to install with minimum drilling of holes if not pre-fabricated. The device can be easily mounted on the turnstiles. The screws drilled are hidden hence insures more secure installation.

Output Format

TCP/IP, RS 232, RS 485 port, Wiegand interface

FCC Compliance

Nundnet NU BIOS 10 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
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.

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