The Wireless Portable Reader (WPR400) was designed to extend a facility’s access control to remote locations at a moment’s notice. It utilizes the same credential reader modules offered with an AD Series electronic lock. As a battery operated device, it can be held by hand or placed in a convenient temporary location to allow for credential verification.
WPR400 is designed to be intuitive to use and easy to set-up. When used within range, the WPR400 is ready to accept its first credential within moments of powering up and connecting to the previously paired PIM400. An LED indicator visually confirms credential verification or rejection in less than a second.
When configured and used in cache mode, the WPR400 keeps a local database of access grants for the last 1,000 valid users to allow use beyond range of the PIM400. WPR400 can also be manually configured to operate as a wireless portable tester. While in test mode, the device can be used to evaluate the location of PIM400s and AD-400 devices within a specific environment, or the existing reader module can remain installed on the WPR400.
Whether used for a check point or bus load registration, the WPR400 can be used to extend the perimeter of any facility on a temporary or permanent basis.
Electronics bring more visibility and control to building security
Real-time communication capable with option to configure to cache mode for offline use
Unique communication protocols that won’t interfere with other wireless networks
Secure encrypted data transmission
WPR401 model is FIPS 201-1 compliant
Open architecture platform is compatible with most major building access control systems
Enables check point or bus load registration of large groups
Portable – use anywhere within range of paired panel interface module
Works with same credential used on the building perimeter
Accepts any AD Series reader allowing upgrades to occur as credential system changes
Field configurable to work as a wireless portable signal tester
As part of the AD Series of networked locks, the WPR400 can be integrated into leading access control systems through Software Alliance member systems.