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|Proxy Card Reader|
|Dimensions:||4.7" x 3" x 0.68"|
|Current Draw:||30 mA|
|Protocols:||Wiegand (26/37 bit)|
|Temperature Range:||-22 to 150 degrees F (-30 to 65 degrees C)|
|Humidity Range:||0-95% (non-condensing)|
|Entry Control Unit Full Specifications (G2 and G3)|
|Dimensions:||6.5" x 6" x 1.5"|
|Fuse:||GMT 1/4 Amp|
|Temperature Range:||32 to 140 degrees F (0 to 60 degrees C)|
|Humidity Range:||0% to 95% non-condensing|
|ECU G2:||Supports Proxy Reader and Keypad (1 each)|
|ECU G3:||Supports dual Proxy Readers (1 inside, 1 outside)|
|Keypad Full Specifications|
|Dimensions:||3" x 5" x 2.5"|
|Temperature Range:||-40 to 176 degrees F (-40 to 80 degrees C)|
The DPS Building Access System is constructed from a few key parts. The Entry Control Unit (ECU) sits next to each door you want to control. It is the "brains" of your operation, accepting inputs from keypads and proxy card readers. If access should be granted, the ECU will respond by unlocking an electronic door strike or magnetic door lock.