Stand Alone Access Control
Our UHF TagMaster XT-1 and XT Mini reader has a build in access control which can be activated without any additional external software.
The reader has a built-in access controller that can control a barrier or gate using the reader’s relay output. This can be done without any additional external software and can be operated easily by the end users.
All accesses can be logged. A presence indicator such as an inductive loop can be connected to an input. To use the access controller or log, a microSD card must be inserted into the microSD memory card slot, all data is logged on the microSD card, the data can then be “used” in an SQL or Excel file by simply extracting the microcard and inserting the microcard in a PC.
The built in access controller can be easily configured using the built in web-interface.
Open Supervised Device Protocol, OSDP
TagMaster now offers 128 bit AES encryption from ‘tag to reader’ and from ‘reader to host system’ for Vigilant-based readers. This is supported by both EPC Gen2v2 and OSDP. OSDP is a modern alternative to Wiegand interface for communication between access control equipment. OSDP offers major improvement in maximum data size, and has bidirectional communication and encryption support. TagMaster is the first company to offer full OSDP support for long range RFID.
ANPR camera CitySync 50 now available to purchase
TagMaster/CitySync´s latest HD Camera will now be available to purchase.
High quality imaging. The CitySync 50 utilises uncompressed HD video for high-accuracy ANPR in parking and access control systems. The high resolution enables capture of the most challenging plates including those with half-height and stacked characters. The CitySync 50 camera is available with multiple illumination options including 850nm and 760nm infra-red and white-light. Giving clear, crisp, licence plate images.
On-board Jet Recognition Engine. The HD video is processed inside the camera housing by the Jet Recognition Engine, which is one of the fastest and most accurate in the world, with no need to send high bandwidth video across the network or high-powered external process PCs