PRx Access Control Reader
deister electronic

PRx Access Control Reader

Readers and keypad readers for Physical Access Control

A proven and trusted range of readers available with or without a keypad. A reader classic that has evolved to read a wide range of different card technologies. Available with interchangeable covers and suitable for either surface or fl ush mounting.

Readers are firmware updatable to add card technologies, new features or to keep up to date with the latest developments, such as OSDP, mifare DESFire EV2 and deister electronic’s secureProx.

Inside Sales Team

Barsinghausen, Germany

Product Category

Technologies

Application Fields

Sales Region

Key Facts

Technology will continue to evolve, so the migration of existing technology and also the transition to the new technology is and will always be a key challenge of an Access Control System. Take advantage of the sophisticated concept of deister readers. Our open architecture supports:

  • All major communication protocols
  • Transitioning between old / new technology
  • 3rd party credentials
  • All major reading technologies

Applications

  • Versatile in use and industry neutral
  • Access control for companies, public authorities and universities of all sizes
  • Enables selective access and various security levels
  • Time recording and personnel administration
  • Visitor management

For nearly 40 years, deister electronic has been renowned for its innovative products and solutions for identification and security of people, resources, and buildings.

  • Innovative products and solutions for LF, HF, UHF, and microwave
  • High quality standards, made in Germany
  • Excellent support and training
Supplier News

deister electronic starts operating in Spain

deister electronic, a German manufacturer of high-end solutions for building security and automation, has joined the Spanish market as part of its expansion strategy in southern Europe. A new office has opened in Madrid led by Jesús Garzón as Country Manager for Spain and Portugal.