TagMaster, the leading supplier of advanced sensor systems for Smart Cities within Traffic and Rail, launches a new advanced RFID reader, XT-5, for identification in parking and access control solutions. The XT-5 is marketed in two versions - one designed according to the European specification and one according to the US specification.
XT-5 is an RFID reader designed and optimized for solutions in the access control area and for parking applications such as;
- Airport car parks
- Rail yards and bus depots
- Automated truck activities
- Internal logistics
“XT-5 is our most advanced integrated reader to date. It features a radio design with high output power, self-jammer cancellation (SJC) and control of the antenna polarization. This means that we strengthen our role as a world leader in the field,” said Jonas Svensson, CEO, TagMaster.
XT-5 is an advanced Linux-based integrated reader with PoE + and built-in antenna. XT-5 supports various interfaces such as Ethernet, RS232, RS485 and Wiegand/Magstripe and with the possibility of adding an extra external antenna. XT-5 is configured for the most common access control systems such as Paxton, DormaKaba, Bosch, RCO, Siemens / Bewator, Assa Abloy, HID and more.
The XT-5 is also compatible with the RAIN RFID standard. XT-5 supports TagMaster's SecureMarkID ID tag format, which is designed to ensure that each ID tag has a unique identity that is difficult to copy. XT-5 in combination with TagMasters SecureMarkID tags provide the highest level of security.
XT-5 is marketed in two versions - one designed according to the European specification and one according to the US specification. Both versions will also be available with the global regions setting module assuring they will be covering most of the global frequency standards.
“The new XT-5 reader follows the launch of XT-1ETC last year and demonstrates our continued commitment to innovation and investment in the future,” said Jonas Svensson.