01 January 2012
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Access control system uses proximity cards

A recently launched proximity access controller from Southco uses HID proximity cards typically used for building access.

Convenient and secure, the EA-P3 produces a standard output for easy integration with existing security systems and enclosure systems.

The compact, low-profile reader features a sealed, weather-resistant design, which can be combined with the Southco EA-P1 Pin/Prox reader for a complete access control system. An integrated LED provides visual feedback of card acceptance, and it works with any access control or security system that accepts Wiegand input. The EA-P3 is simple to install, set up and operate.

Project Engineer Cindy Bart commented: "The EA-P3 is well suited to applications needing a simplified, affordable access control device that uses a customer's existing HID access cards. The reader is designed for quick and easy installation and use."

Paul Gay


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