The best of both worlds: our reliable reader in Behnke's attractive case design, plus keypad.
The HFS Classic reader with 125 kHz frequency and an EM4200 transponder is the ideal choice for low-frequency system requirements. You also need a reader that won’t react with exposure to elements such as water, wood, textiles or aluminum? One that is ruggedly built? And economical to boot? Then the HFS Classic is your reader—simply ideal for all outdoor and industrial areas.
Build on the high standard made in Germany: with the HFS Classic EM4200. This contactless reader can be connected to the sesamsec ISE controllers or to devices with comlock interface. Additional flexibility is provided by the two feedback options for access authorization: visually via integrated duo LED (green/red), or acoustically via a piezo sound generator. A further plus: all colors and the piezo can be controlled freely and conveniently by the customer. And the sturdy housings made of anodized or powder-coated aluminum defy wind and weather. With certainty. And all this with proven technology, perfectly integrated in Behnke 20/30 systems with a stainless steel keypad.
See for yourself the inner and outer advantages of the HFS Classic EM4200 in Behnke 20/30 systems.
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HFS EM4200 A reader of our proven HFS Classic product family.
The HFS Classic EM4200 is a real all-arounder, thanks in part to its robust aluminum housing, which makes it the ideal solution for outdoor/industrial use. Need a solid solution for a low-frequency application? Then this 125 kHz reader can be an economical option for you. Moreover, it offers you a lot of flexibility: besides being suitable to be operated on sesamsec controllers, the 125 kHz EM4200 reader is also compatible for devices with comlock interface (Telenot).
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We want your reader to fit perfectly into your existing system landscape. Do you have any questions on this topic? Our sales team is always ready to provide you with competent support.
The firmware installed during production determines which interface and which required protocol the individual reader uses and thus which system it can be operated on. Therefore, please pay attention to the correct article number when ordering. It is also possible to update the firmware of the reader and thus, among other things, the interface used in the field. This is possible via the RS485 interface of the reader with an associated PC tool after the reader has been set to configuration mode using the RSC security card.
An explanation about the composition of the part numbers can be found on this page in the "Downloads" section.