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The 2N® Access Unit RFID is an access control unit based purely on IP technology. It combines the functions of a traditional door controller and RFID reader, which significantly reduces installation, cabling, and maintenance costs. It supports cards or other media using 125kHZ or 13.56MHz frequencies.
Simple installation with a single cable
Advanced event reporting options
NFC technology support for door opening
Use 2N® Access Unit RFID to prevent unauthorised access to a building, ensuring the highest level of security for all people in the building.
2N® Remote Configuration
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Thanks to wireless NFC technology, you can easily open the door using a smartphone with the 2N® Mobile Key application installed.
Advanced event reporting
The 2N® Access Unit RFID not only allows logs to be sent to the Syslog server, but also e-mail notifications to building security or an HTTPs command to a third-party system for selected events.
Web interface administration
Simply connect the access control unit to your LAN and everything can be set up via the intuitive web interface.
2N® Access Unit RFID is equipped with a mechanical protective switch. As soon as anyone attempts to damage the unit mechanically, the switch is activated and an alarm is set off.
Monitoring entrances and exits
Other expansion modules (e.g. an exit RFID reader, keypad, or Bluetooth etc.) can be connected to the 2N® Access Unit RFID, allowing you to secure a door easily from both sides.
Indoor and outdoor use
Thanks to its mechanical properties, the 2N access control unit is designed for either indoor or outdoor installation.
A single ethernet cable, Power over Ethernet, and the option to connect a lock, exit button, or door contact directly to the unit make installation very simple.