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Standalone Proximity Keypads

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    Do you have a proximity reader for use in harsh environments that is vandal resistant?

    Yes, CDVI have a full Stainless Steel reader DGLI, DGLIF which can be used in harsh environments. The reader has an excellent read range of 5cm and does not have any plastic parts, the stainless reader provides the highest protection for industrial and vandal prone areas.

    *Did you know? DGLI and DGLIF readers are secured with the patented Diax Security Screw. This screw type is not found outside of CDVI making the removal of the product difficult and troublesome.

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    How many entrances can I connect to the standalone proximity system?

    Usually just the one entrance can be controlled with the Promi500/1000PC however CDVI also manufacture the DG502 which allows you to have one control unit and two readers each controlling an entrance. For example, reader one can give you access to door 1 and reader two can give you access to door 2, you can further control which tokens/cards have access to each door or both doors.

    *Did you know? Using a 2 entrance proximity system DG502 will save you time and money readers can be mounted up to 75M away from the main control unit.

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    What happens if I didn’t keep a record and the tag was either lost or stolen?

    If you managed the tag locations (each tag is stored in a location 001-999) then you could simply clear that location and replace the tag. If you haven’t kept a record then you will need to default the system collect your issued tags and start again, perhaps you should consider a system that can be managed by PC/Smartphone/Tablet such as ATRIUM access control.

    *Did you know? CDVI cards and tokens PPC/METAL1/CPC all have the unique tag identifier etched onto the card so you can manage your standalone systems more effectively. 

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    How many user tags can you manage standalone?

    CDVI systems can manage up to 1000 tokens/cards on a standalone system. Our systems use locations in order to manage tags (Tag XYZ loaded in location 001) so if you lose the tag you can simply delete the location and replace the token/card. 

    *Did you know? Standalone systems require careful management of tags and locations, for a simpler way of managing tags even if the system is standalone perhaps you should consider ATRIUM.

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