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Published on August 3rd, 2015 | by Max Argent

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2N Announces New secured RFID card readers for IP intercoms

2N have released a new card reader version for the 2N Helios IP Verso and 2N Helios IP Force intercoms. The reader is capable of reading the secured PACS ID number from HID iCLASS cards.

The development of new readers for the 2N Helios IP Verso and 2N Helios IP Force intercoms was completed in July. Just as the previous version, the new readers can read all chip cards working at 13.56MHz frequency, bot now also those with NFC technology. They can now read the secured PACS ID number from HID iCLASS cards in addition to the regular uID serial number.

The new readers will therefore be especially useful in installations where 2N IP intercoms are used with readers and cards from HID. 2N thus increases the competitiveness of its products, which is also one of the key factors for the success of the company’s business partners. They can now take part in projects and tenders involving HID equipment.

A complete overview of available readers for the 2N Helios IP Verso and 2N Helios IP Force intercoms is provided in the table below:

2N Helios IP Verso
RFID card reader 125kHz – ordering no: 9155032
RFID card reader 13.56MHz – ordering no: 9155033
RFID card reader 13.56MHz NFC ready – ordering no: 9155040
Secured RFID card reader 13.56 MHz NFC ready – ordering no: 9155042

2N Helios IP Force
Card reader 125kHz – ordering no: 9151011
Card reader NFC ready 13.56MHz – ordering no: 9151017
Secured card reader NFC ready 13.56MHz – ordering no: 9151019

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