Anviz T5 Pro Fingerprint RFID Access Controller

£149.99 inc.VAT | £124.99 ex.VAT

Fingerprint and RFID Access Control device that is ideal for small businesses. Works with Anviz Aim CrossChex or ClockReports software.

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Fingerprint & RFID Access Control Reader

Suitable for door frame installations

The Anviz T5 Pro is an innovative fingerprint card access reader which fully integrates fingerprint and RFID technology. The Anviz T5 Pro has a compact design which makes it very suitable for installation on door frames. It connects seamlessly with access controllers and relay output drivers. The T5 Pro has a standard Wiegand output to connect seamlessly with access controllers giving you a higher level of security with fingerprint and card identification modes.

Anviz T5 Pro Communication Diagram

Anviz CrossChex Software Dashboard

Anviz CrossChex Software

Compatible software

The Anviz T5 Pro is compatible with Anviz Aim CrossChex 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.

Please arrange a FREE online demo with us where we can demonstrate how it works live.

For more information on the Anviz T5 Pro and compatible software please contact us.

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  • For access control the Anviz SC011 Controller will also be required to create a secure system
  • Fingerprint Storage Capacity: 1000
  • Small in size and compact in design
  • Can be installed on a door frame
  • Single lock power supply (AP123) not included
  • Optical Fingerprint Sensor
    • Please note: this fingerprint sensor is not suitable for a manual working environment i.e. warehouse or construction. For those environments we recommend Facial Recognition or LE Fingerprint Sensors
  • New generation fully sealed, waterproof and dust proof fingerprint sensor
  • BioNano core fingerprint algorithm for T&A and access control
  • High performance and reliability
  • Easy user enrolment on the unit via Master Card or in the management software
  • Identification method: fingerprint, card, fingerprint + card
  • Compatible with industrial standard RFID. Optional Mifare or HID card module
  • Communicate with computer via TCP/IP, RS485 and Mini USB port
  • Direct lock control and door open sensor as a standalone access controller
  • Standard Wiegand 26 output to connect with standard access controller
  • Optional water cover for outdoor solution
  • Compatible OS: Windows 7, 8.1, 10

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