The permanently closed card can be used to set a terminal device to the so-called "permanently closed mode" and back to the neutral initial situation. In this mode the end device does not engage and no one, whether authorised or not, can operate the end device and open the door until the permanently closed card is shown again. This is done, for example, if no one, whether authorised or not, is to enter a building while the alarm system is armed.
Airports, Education, Financial, Homes, Hospitals, Hotels, Industrial, Medium to Large Sized Businesses, Offices, Plants, Public Buildings, Small to Medium Sized Businesses
|Anti Drill Protection||N/A|
|Communication Technology||RFID 125 kHz, Mifare RFID 13.56 MHz|
|User Identification Technology||RFID 125 kHz, Mifare RFID 13.56 MHz|
|Maximum Operating Temperature (celsius)||55|
|Maximum Relative Humidity (%)||95|
|Maximum Storage Temperature (celsius)||55|
|Minimum Operating Temperature||-25|
|Minimum Storage Temperature (celsius)||-25|
|Ingress Protection Rating||IP54|
|Data Encryption||AES, AES-128 Bit, Crypto-1, ISO 14443A, OSS, DES, 3DES|
|Operating Temperature (Celsius)||-25° to 55°|
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