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  1. Keri Systems HPP–22 Hand Held Programmer

    Keri Systems HPP–22 Hand Held Programmer

    Programming an IntelliProx unit is accomplished using the HPP-22 Hand-Held Remote Programmer. The HPP-22 has the appearance of a TV remote control, but has a different principle of operation. It is a mini-transmitter using a radio frequency (RF) rather than an infrared signal to transmit data. Unlike a television remote control (that requires a direct line-of-sight between the infrared transmitter in the remote and the infrared receiver in the television) the HPP-22 should be held parallel to the proximity antenna. Hold the HPP-22 within the range of the proximity antenna (approximately 1-foot) and press the appropriate button to send a command. Allow about 0.5 seconds for a response from the reader Learn More
    $140.40

  2. Keri Systems KDP-552 Communication Cable

    Keri Systems KDP-552 Communication Cable

    Keri Systems Cable to PC or Modem Learn More
    $51.79

  3. Keri System LAN-520 Interface

    Keri Systems LAN-520 Interface

    Keri System LAN-520 - Lan Port (RS-232 To Ethernet) Can be used with NC-485 network converter to enhance network capability Learn More
    $237.38

  4. Keri Systems NC-485X Network Converter

    Keri Systems NC-485X Network Converter

    Keri Systems NC-485 Network Converter by using Keri's LAN-520 LAN Port in combination with an NC-485 Network Converter, PXL-500 Tiger II Controllers, which are normally connected via a two-wire RS-485 network, can be connected via Ethernet to bridge long distances within a facility or campus, as well as across any distance where a LAN/WAN exists. This allows customers to combine what would normally be separate sites, each with their own RS-485 network, into a single site for better security management, whether across a corporate campus or across town. Typically, access controllers within a building or group of buildings would be connected using an RS-485 network. If cabling to another building is cost-prohibitive or impossible, but an Ethernet backbone exists between them, the connection can be made by using the LAN-520 LAN Port and NC-485 Network Converter on network segment, which converts the RS-485 network data to an Ethernet packet, then back to RS-485 where the network can be continued. If the customer choses not to run any RS-485 networking, all controllers can be connected via TCP/IP to take advantage of the existing Ethernet LAN/WAN. Learn More
    $66.30

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