OC500RFID Time Attendance and Access Control

OC500 proximity card time attendance and access control is standard USB Device, USB Host, TCP/IP, optional RS232. Dry contact , Wiegand26 input and output. 6-digit work code, 15 groups, 32 time zones, 30 bell schedulers and 50 short messages. OC500 has standard TCP/IP module. It has multiple identification methods such as card only, ID+password, password+card. Two in one: time attendance and access control function.

    

Feature

> Texas Instruments 32-bit high speed CPU of low power consumption
Clear voice prompts along with all operations
USB Plug & Play connection. No driver needed
TCP/IP connectivity
USB pen drive data download
Realtime data transfer and WEB online tracking
Optional13.56MHZ  Mifare or HID card reader
Various employee authentication methods
Easy combination of password and card
16 different customizable time and attendance status
6-digit work code to calculate different job cost
Public and private short message display
Support 12V power supply for electric/magnetic locks
Relay output for easy integration with bell ring or electric/magnetic lock system
Advanced access control with 16 groups and 32 time zones available
Standard Wiegand output for seamless integration with access controller
Wiegand input to connect external fingerprint, card or keypad reader
Support multiple display and software language

Parameter

Processor32-bit ARM MCU
LCD128*64 White LCD
CapacityMax 20,000 Users
TemplateMax 20,000 Templates
Log CapacityMax 200,000 Logs
Identification ModeCard, ID+PW, PW+Card
Identification Time<0.1 Sec
Communication InterfaceUSB Device, USB Host, TCP/IP, Wiegand In&Out, optional RS232
Card Reader ModuleStandard 125KHZ EM RFID, optional 13.56MHZ Mifare and 125KHZ HID
Self-defined Status16
Workcode6 digit
Short Message50
Scheduled Bell30
RelayDC 12V, Relay Output(COM, NO, NC)
Access Groups & Time Schedules16 Groups, 32 Time Zones
Size126(w)*189(h)*35(d)mm
Temperature-10℃~40℃
Operating VoltageDC 12V
CertificatesFCC, CE

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