UHF STATIONARY READER

UHF VEHICLE ACCESS CONTROL READER

ID MAX.U1002

ID MAX.U1002 is an UHF Vehicle Access Control Reader that combines the features of a RFID reader and an access controller in one device.

Place of use is everywhere where vehicles should be granted permanent access to employee parking lots, driveways to companies, authorities or other closed facilities (Perimeter Protection).

 

For identification of a vehicle in connection with the ID MAX.U1002 passive, maintenance-free UHF transponders are used, which can be stuck behind the windscreen of the vehicle. ID MAX.U1002 has a secure key store with full support of transponders with encryption techniques according to EPC Class 1 Gen 2 V2 specification like NXP UCODE DNA to provide maximum security of your application. This allows a secure authentication of detected transponders and prohibits access of transponders with cloned serial numbers.

 

With ID MAX.U1002 nearly 2.000 access permissions can be managed and approx. 3.000 access control events can be stored. Each user can be assigned to additional temporal access parameters. For this, there are 15 user-definable time zones available. Holidays and vacation days can be included, easily.

 

To monitor multiple lanes or the simultaneous checking of entry and exit, there are two antenna ports and two digital outputs available, alternatively two relays as signal transmitter for barrier- or gate control units.

 

Programming & Administration

 

Using the free software myAXXESS Manager, user data and access parameters can be easily administrated on a PC and transferred to ID MAX.U1002 by using a temporary network connection. After the transfer of user data, the reader can run offline as a stand-alone device.

 

With the help of a USB stick, the event buffer as well as the entire configuration including the access authorization can be read out on the ID MAX.U1002. The simple "configuration cloning" allows this configuration to be conveniently copied to other devices by the same route.

 

The "Teach-In Mode" is used to teach the transponders to be accessed without the use of the software. If the reader is in this mode, all read transponders are automatically transferred to the access database.


TECHNICAL DATA

ID MAX.U1002:

 

System memory

  - access permissions

  - access control events

  - time zones

 

Clock

Housing

Dimensions (W x H x D)

 

Weight

Protection class

Color

 

Operating frequency

  - Version EU

  - Version FCC

 

Supply voltage

 

Current consumption

 

Output power

  - Version EU

  - Version FCC

 

Read range

 

Antenna

 

 

RF-Diagnosis

 

 

 

Outputs

  - 2 optocoupler

  - 2 relays

 

 

Inputs

 

 

Programming interfaces

 

Supported transponders

 

Output signals

 

Temperature range

  Operation

  Storage

 

Relative humidity

 

Vibration

 

 

Shock

Non-volatile event memory

up to 8.950

up to 3.000

maximum 15

 

Real time clock, buffered

Aluminium, powder coated

260 mm x 157 mm x 65 mm

(10.24 inch x 6.18 inch x 2.56 inch)

approx. 1.800 g

IP 53 (IP 64 with protection cap*)

RAL9003 Signal white

 

 

865 MHz up to 868 MHz

902 MHz up to 928 MHz

 

24 V DC +/- 10%

 

max. 24 VA

 

 

max. 2 W ERP

max. 4 W EIRP

 

up to 12 m (40 ft)

 

Connection of max. 2 antennas

(SMA female 50 Ohm)

 

RF-channel monitoring

Antennen SWR control

Internal overheating control

 

 

max. 24 V DC / 20 mA

max. 24 V DC / 1 A switching current, 2 A permanent current

 

2 optocoupler

(max. 24 V DC / 20 mA)

 

Ethernet, USB Mini (On-the-go)

 

EPC Class 1 Gen 2

 

16 LEDs for diagnosis of reader

operation and antenna status

 

-25 °C up to 55 °C

-25 °C up to 85 °C

 

5 % - 95 % (non-condensing)

 

EN 60068-2-6

10 Hz to 150 Hz: 0,075 mm / 1 g

 

EN 60068-2-27

Acceleration: 30 g