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Smithfield NSW 2164
PCR433WG, Wiegand Output Receiver used for Access Control
- Tech Data
This Wiegand receiver allows you to add wireless remote controls to your existing access control systems by connecting the PCR433WG receiver to the access system. The remote controls have a range of up to 200 metres (650 feet) and are available with 2 or 4 buttons. The extra buttons can be used as a panic button allowing a single remote to allow access control and panic alert system.
The receivers Wiegand output interfaces to virtually any commercial access control panel. Remote controls are added as easily as Wiegand cards or RFID tags without any software changes. The ID and facility codes can be matched to the system requirements.
The receiver has a bi-colour LED to act as a status display. Red LED indicates that AC or DC power is "On" and Green LED indicates remote control signal has been received.
- Easy to add remote controls to any Wiegand input access control panel
- Remotes are added like cards or RFID tags with no software changes
- Wireless keyless entry offers convenience, security and safety
- Applications include: accessing gates, doors and boom gates
- Wide operating supply voltage and low current consumption
- Unlimited remotes can be programmed to the receiver
- Easy way to facilitate for handicapped access
- Compatible with PentaCODE® remotes
- Easy to use dipswitch coding
- Antenna diversityAntenna diversity is used in the PCR range of receivers. The receivers can use two antennas to improve the quality and reliability of the wireless link. Often in urban and indoor environments, there is no clear line of sight between the remote control and receiver. Instead the signal is reflected along multiple paths before finally being received. Each of these bounces can introduce phase shifts, time delays, attenuations, and distortions that can destructively interfere with one another at the receiving antenna.
Antenna diversity is especially effective at mitigating these multi-path situations. This is because two antennas offer a receiver several observations of the same signal. Each antenna will experience a different interference environment. Thus, if one antenna is experiencing a deep fade, it is likely that other antenna has a sufficient signal. Such a system can provide a robust link with extended range. Antenna diversity is commonly used in wifi modems which can have up to three antennas.
- Supply Voltage: 11.0 - 28 VAC/DC. Can use Elsema DC or AC power supply, 12PP1000 or 24PP.
- Current Consumption: 28 mA standby
- Operating frequency: 433.100 to 434.700 MHz
- Receiver sensitivity: 0.316uV (-117dBm)
- Antenna: Elsema ANT 433MHz series
- Dimensions: 70 x 55 x 25mm
- Useable Transmitters: All Elsema type PCK433 series
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