Member Discussion

ZK Teco/Zkaccess Card Formats?

a customer just sent me a photo of a box of cards their landlord uses, and asks if they are compatible with the system they use.

Customer uses S2 as their platform. the ZKAccess part number is A16060021. I have been told these are 26bit cards, but wondering if a ZK dealer can confirm for me prior to me asking for some sample cards to test.

Login to read this IPVM discussion.
Why do I need to log in?
IPVM conducts unique testing and research funded by member's payments enabling us to offer the most independent, accurate and in-depth information.

**** ****/***** ** ****** do **** ***?

********/** **** ***** **** 125 *** *** **.** MHz (******) ****** ***** that ****** ** ***, but ******* **** ******* the ** ******* *** use **** **** *** the ******.

*********, ******* ******* *** used ** *** **, and ************ *** *** Multiclass.

** **** ** *** type ** ****** **** system ****, *** ** Teco ***** **** ****. The ***** **** *** be ******, *** *** card ****** ****** **** be ****.

* *** ** *****, the ** ******* *** EM ****** ***** **** their ****** **** *******

**** ** *******. *** ZK ***** *** ** format ****** **** *** or ******.

***** *** **** ******* available **** **** *** prox *** ** ******* at *** **** ****.

* ***** ******* ** have **** **** *** a ****** **** ** have **** ***** *** reader **** * **** while **** ********** ** remotely ******* *** ****** to ******, ** ** easiest *** ** ***** this ** *** **** have *** **** ******.

**** ***** *** ****** system **********:

- *** ** ****** cards **** * ****** 26bit ****** *** **** card ** **** **** likely **** ********* ******** codes/user ******* **** ************ as ***** ****** ** a ******.

- *** *** ****** cards ** ** *** but **** **** * recall ** ** ******** 34bit *** ***** ** partly *** * ******* testing *** ****(*** ** check ********* **** **** on **** ******)

** *** ******* ** the ******.

* ** *** ******** with **** ********** **** number *** ****** ****** EM ******, ****** (*** sector, **** ***) & UHF *****

******: * ******** ***** and **** **** *** site.

** ******* **** **** the *****, *** * can **** *** ******* FC *** **** #. The **** **** * bit **** *********. ***** it **** ***** **** the ******* **** *****, and *** ** ** in *-**, *** **** number ***** ** **? It ***** ** ** working, *** **** **** 2 *****, ***** **** some *****.