Panel RFID reader – RFID Tab
The RFID Tab reader is designed for panel mounting. It has a LAN and RS485 connector for Modbus RTU communication. The module offers 2 built-in digital inputs and 2 relay outputs with a maximum load of 1A @ 30VDC. It is also equipped with two tone buzzer, 3 LEDs indicating status, and RTC clock with SNTP synchronization and battery supply. Internal memory can store 1000 users ID and 30 000 logs. Depending on chosen model it supports several RFID standards.
|Mifare Classic, Mifare Plus (UID), Mifare DESFire (UID)||RFID Tab Mif|
|Unique EM4100 EM4102||RFID Tab Uni|
|HID iClass (tylko CSN)||RFID Tab iCla|
|HID 125kHz||RFID Tab H125|
|ICODE (ISO 15693)||RFID Tab Ico|
|HITAG (HITAG 2)||RFID Tab HT2|
General features of the panel RFID reader
Advanced software gives the ability to communicate via:
- Modbus RTU,
- Modbus TCP,
- HTTP Client/Server,
- embedded web server.
The aplied protocols allow easy integration with IT systems and automation systems. The panel RFID reader can also work autonomously. Configuration is available through the embedded web server via a web browser.
- DC: 10 V – 24V and optional
- Passive PoE or
- PoE IEEE 802.3af,
- Power consumption: max 2.5W ( ~200mA@12V).
Transponder and memory
- Tag reading distance: up to 8cm from the front of the device (LCD display side),
- Memory of the ID numbers: 1 000,
- Memory of the events: 30 000,
- Defining access hours for 4 groups of ID numbers,
- Assign names to ID numbers.
- Number of the inputs: 2,
- Type of the inputs: dry contact NO.
- Number of the outputs: 2,
- Type of the outputs: relay NO,
- Maximum load: 1A @ 30VDC.
The reader can store 1000 transponders (optional 4000) and 30,000 logs in the device’s memory. Using the protocols, the user has several ways to download and read saved logs. Additionally, by assigning a tag to a appropriate person, the administrator can authorize the tag even depending on the time of day. The device has two digital inputs and two relay outputs, which allows to restrict access to the room or machine.
At the first start-up, it is necessary to configure the device. The easiest way to configure Inveo devices is to use a Discoverer application. The program is available here. After installing and launching the application, all Inveo devices connected to the network will appear in the table. If the device has not been found, select another Interface or check the connection to the router.
If the devices have the Enable Remote Config service disabled, it is necessary to change the settings manually by changing the computer’s IP address. The precise device configuration instruction can be found in the manual.