IPVMU Certified | 04/04/13 07:52pm
The standard answer I've gotten in response to the question is "use a mid/long range reader" instead of a wireless prox type.
In the past, there have been wireless modules that get added to standard readers, but they are typically expensive, introduce seconds of latency for card reads, fan security concerns (interception of data) and are not very common. With that out of the way, I will dig in to this question as well, and see if anything turns up.
Here's looking forward to other responses!
Thanks for the response Brian. Yeah I dont expect to many responses, I've never had someone ask about it, I was just thinking about how easy a push button wireless button install is, why isnt that an option for the reader too? It would be great for locations with pedestal mounted readers.
Simon Voss has one but I have no idea how it works or any experience with their systems. Seems very interesting though. Salto also might have one.
That Simon Voss looks interesting/nice but appears to be MiFare only... thanks Harris!
Protracid can be used in conjunction with any 26 bit readers for handsfree functionality check. Alternatively check Camden door controls or check Neatrol airkey.