ZKTeco FR1200 Outdoor Access Control Fingerprint & RFID reader

£119.99 inc.VAT | £99.99 ex.VAT

The FR1200 is a rugged IP65 rated fingerprint & RFID Access Control reader for outdoor installation, offering extra durability in all weather conditions.

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ZKTeco FR1200 Access Control Reader

External Fingerprint & RFID Access Control Reader

The FR1200 is a rugged IP65 rated Access Control reader for outdoor installation, offering extra durability in all weather conditions.


The ZKTeco FR1200 Features:

The advanced fingerprint reader works with the ZKTeco InBio biometric access controllers or can work as fingerprint standalone access control (using RS485 communication).

Offers the function of capturing and transferring fingerprint samples to access control panels, and with its IP65 rated rugged structure, the FR1200 offers extra durability in all weather conditions of outdoor environments.

  • Access by fingerprint and/or EM card
  • IP65 certified for outdoor working environment
  • ZK optical sensor
  • Infrared auto-activation
  • LED indicator, Voice Prompt, & Buzzer
  • Standalone device by RS485
  • Compatible with ZK-INBIO controller
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Features

  • FR1200 works with inBIO series control panel or standalone device by RS485
  • IP65 certified for outdoor working environment
  • CPU: 324 MHz
  • Communication: RS485
  • Standard Function: ID Card Module
  • Optional Function: MF Card Module
  • Voice Prompt & Buzzer
  • Power Supply: DC 12V
  • Operating Temperature: 0 ~ 45°C (32°~113°F)
  • Protection Grade: IP65
  • Dimensions: 102 (L) x 50 (W) x 37mm (H)

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