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Mifare IP Proxmity Card Reader


Ethernet based open communication HTTP Web Client RFID Reader, reads Mifare cards.

Plugs directly into your network by CAT5 cable. Reader requires 12 volts DC

Availability: In stock



Product Description


    Open communication RFID Mifare card reader. 

    Readers are tested for not less then 12 hours prior to shipping.

    Each reader is assigned an IP address and tested for proper operation.

    A slip is included that states the readers IP address serial number, date tested and by who.


    Write your own custom access or attendance logging software in PHP.

    Built-in user controllable relay output for access control/strike plate.

    Great for single or multiple doors / attendance systems, hundreds of readers can be used.

    Size : 97mm x 57mm x 23.5mm

    Works perfectly with wireless router, uses embedded Ethernet on the RFID reader.


    Can be powered through the cable using a POE injector (12 volts DC not 48V )

    Plugs directly into your network by CAT5 cable.

    HTTP web client with PHP/ASP/ASPX enabled.

    Perfect RFID solutions for HTTP server like Apache/IIS with PHP/ASP and mySQL database server.

    Send PHP/ASP URL requests to the HTTP server with the various parameters,
    accepts responses from the HTTP server to perform various actions on the reader.
    Great for website designer's to integrate RFID applications, like time attendance, access control, stock control, etc..
    Open communication standard, designing application is just like designing web pages.
    Built-in user controllable relay output for external controlling, i.e. electric door lock for access control, etc.

    With simple web programming, management browse attendance records / reports anywhere in the world with internet connection.

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