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P200 & P260 (NEW)

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P200 P260

P200 & P260 (NEW)

Palm Recognition Multi-Biometric T&A Terminal with Access Control Functions

 P serial is a multi-biometric identification time & attendance and access control terminal, which can connect with third party electric lock, door sensor, and exit button etc.With the latest palm/fingerprint identification algorithm and streamlined technology, it can hold 600 palm templates and up to 10,000 fingerprint templates without dividing into groups.

Communicating via Wi-Fi, TCP/IP, and USB host, it ensures a smooth connection and data transfer. Amazing verification speed and intuitive operation process make it popular. Elaborately designed and finely processed, it matches your slap-up office perfectly.



• Build in PoE

• 1 channel auxiliary input for smoke detector connection

• Build in battery, up to 4 hours

• Multiple communicate mode, Wi-Fi, TCP/IP, 3G, USB host

• Stable operation under strong light source

• Advance access function including Lock connection, alarm, Wiegand input and output

• 600 Palms, 3,000Fingerprints, 10000 ID Cards and 100,000 records

Technical Specifications

RF Optional125kHz EM / 13.56MHz MF
Max User(1:N)10,000
Max Fingerprint (1:N)3,000 standard / 10,000 Optional
Max Palm(1:N)600
TCP/IP10/100 M
PoE Optional802.3 at 28W
Wi-Fi802.11 B/G/N
3G Optional WCDMA
USB USB 2.0 (Host)
RS232 1 port for external printer
RS4851 port for FP reader
Relay2 relays
Wiegand1ch In & Out
Input1 Input
LCD2.8” Color LCD
Sound 24-bit
Operating Temp 0 °C – 45 °C
Operating Humidity 20% ~ 80%
PowerDC 12V 1.5ADC 12V 3A
Dimensions(W x H x D mm) 213*155*107.81mm
CertificatesCE, FCC, RoHS
StandardAutomatic Status Switch, Self-Service Query, DST, T9 Input, 9 Digit
User ID, Scheduled Bell, Photo ID, Lock, sensor, Exit button
OptionalID / MF, ADMS
CompatibilityZKTime.net 3.0, ZKTime.web 2.0, ZKTime 5.0, ZKAccess 3.5



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