All of the features of iCLASStechnology are mated
with the features of 125 kHz Prox.
ProxCardII (clamshell) ———- iCLASS 2k Clamshell
ProxCard II is equivalent to the iCLASS2k Clamshell.
OtheriCLASS cards are available in a more rugged PVC/PET
sandwich construction on special order.
ISOProxII, Smart ISOProxII
DuoProxII, Smart DuoProxII ——————- Any iCLASSCard
iCLASScards are available in versions with iCLASSonly andiCLASScombined with 125kHz Prox.
Both types can be made to accept a contact smart card module inserted on either the front or back.
All versions may be made with a Magnetic Stripe (Rear Packaging option 1)
ProxCard Plus ———- iCLASSWiegand
Gives the ultimate upgrade combination for existing systems using Wiegand swipe technology.
May be made with a Magnetic Stripe (Rear Packaging option 1). Check for reader compatibility with this slightly thicker card.
ProxKeyII Keyfob ———- iCLASSKey (Keyfob)
Keyfobs give the ultimate of convenience for perimeter access applications.
Cards are usually better where interior access is extensive. Nobody wants to carry their key ring around all day.
MicroProx Tag ———- iCLASSTag
Self-adhesive HID Tags can be attached to plain PVC ID cards or most other technology Access Cards.
The iCLASSTag is the perfect bridge device for customers with existing ID cards who are converting from an outdated technology toiCLASS. One major US airport is using them to convert from Barium Ferrite without re-badging all existing cardholders.
R10 costs the same as ProxPoint.
R10 is suitable for mullion (metal door frame) mounting
R10 can mount on metal like MiniProx– costs less.
R40 has same read-range as MiniProx– costs about the same.
R40 mounts on single-gang backbox.
R40 mounts on a single-gang backbox.
R40 has slightly less read-range than ProxPro.
Pricing is almost identical.
ProxPro with Keypad ———-RK40 with Keypad
Identical product functionality.
RK40 also offers PIN on card with local verification.
Works with controllers that can not receive HID keypad data.
MaxiProx ———- R90
The R90 is the new long range reader in theiCLASS line. Keyfobs and Tags will have less read range due to their smaller antenna configuration.
There is a blue wire coming from the rear of the controller that is usually used in parking lot applications. When a credential is presented to the reader, the reader must first be sure that a car is present as well.
A magnetic loop in the pavement will open the circuit through the blue wire and allow the credential to be read. Otherwise, the wire is grounded and credentials are not accepted.
This is used to prevent someone without a car from trying to gain access to a secured lot without a vehicle.