Anviz M3 Outdoor Mifare Access Controller

£199.99 inc.VAT | £166.66 ex.VAT

Waterproof and compact outdoor Mifare Access Controller with backlit touch keypad. Works as standalone access controller and Mifare all in one device.

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Compact & Waterproof Access Control Reader

Offering Contactless Mifare & Pin-Codes for Installations Outdoors

The Anviz M3 Outdoor Mifare Access Controller is a water-proof and compact access control device which complies with ISO14443 contactless card standards, support 13.56MHZ mifare card and optional 125KHZ EM card. The touch backlit keypad, support TCP/IP and RS485 communication convenient for customers to use. The M3 both with built-in relay for direct lock and standard wiegand output, can work as standalone access controller and mifare all in one device.

M3 diagram
Anviz M3 Diagram


Compatible software

The Anviz M3 is compatible with Anviz Aim CrossChex software or ClockReports software. Take a look at the Software Tab above and see what options are available for this unit and find a feature set that meets your requirement.


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Features

  • Slim and touch backlit keypad elegant design
  • Metal structure, waterproof, fully potted, IP65
  • Capacity: 2000 users
  • Log capacity: 50,000
  • Ports: Standard TCP/IP and RS485
  • Supports Standard Wiegand Output
  • Operations Managed by Keypad and Crosschex Lite Management Software
  • Keypad and Dual card (RFID EM 125 Khz & MIFARE)
  • LED indicators and buzzer for visual and audio feedback
  • Relay and Wiegand Output, access controller and reader all in one
  • Both TCP/IP and RS485 communication
  • Door contact sensor, alarm output and tamper alarm output
  • Operating Temperatures: -10°C to 60°C
  • CE, FCC, RoHS
  • Compatible OS: Windows 7, 8.1, 10

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