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Suprema X-Station

Based on the basic access control card reader, the Suprema X-Station was evolved for time and attendance system. Not only is the design of the X-Station slim and sleek, but it also comes with a variety of functions that include RF card and PIN authentication, TCP/IP interface and sophisticated time and attendance features. It also sports a 3.5 inch touchscreen LCD display and a very interactive GUI. The X-station proves absolutely useful for both users and administrators. Moreover, the X-Station can record over 5000 face images logs for added security benefits and attendance records, with its built-in camera meant for face detection technology

Product Features

  • 3.5-inch Touchscreen LCD
  • Face Detection Technology with Built-in Camera
  • Time and Attendance Hot Keys
  • Powerful 667 MHz Processor
  • TCP/IP Network Interfaces
  • Intelligence at Doors

Options

  • External Relay unit for secure door control and I/O expansion
  •  Encrypted communication for enhanced security
  • 16MHz 8 bit microprocessor
  • 4 digital inputs and 2 relay outputs
  • Dimension : 143 x 82 x 35 mm (W x H x D)
  • CPU : 667Mhz RISC
  • Memory : 1 GB flash + 128 MB
  • Log Capacity : 1,000,000
  • User Capacity : 200,000
  • Card Option : 13.56MHz Mifare, 125 KHz EM
  • Authentication : Card
  • Interface I/O : TCP/IP, 2CH RS485, Wiegand in or out, 2 X TTL I/O, Door relay

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