ZKTeco Fingerprint & RFID Standalone Access Control Bundle – Outdoor

£429.99 inc.VAT | £358.33 ex.VAT

Waterproof fingerprint & RFID card/tag Access Control for external doors. Manage policies & users directly on device. No network needed.

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Suitable for both internal and external environments

The complete kit for your premises fingerprint access control solution

This is a complete bundle for adding a fingerprint standalone access control solution to your premises – perfect for external setups without a network connection. You can add new users and manage access policies, time zones and personnel groups directly on the device. Commonly used by gyms, sports clubs, schools and offices.

Fingerprint & RFID

A perfect combination of two factor verification methods, with the security of fingerprint authentication and ability to share a card with temporary users – cutting out the enrolment process.

FREE Access Control Software

ZKTeco’s ZKAccess 3.5 access control software is designed to manage all ZKTeco Access Control panels and standalone Access Control terminals. Use it to enrol new users, manage your access control devices in real time, and generate reports.

No need for a network connection

All data is securely stored within the device itself, and a coloured LCD and convenient controls allow to enrol users and change Access Control settings without a need for a network connection.

Outdoor Installation

The device is IP65 rated, rugged and waterproof, ideal for exterior or internal installation.


What’s included:

ZKTeco TF1700 Access Control Device

IP65 rated fingerprint terminal. Rugged and waterproof.

ZKTeco TF1700

Exit Button

Allows for simple exit via a switch style button.

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Power Supply

The entire bundle is powered by a 12 V power supply.

PD-15-12v

ZKAccess 3.5 Access Control Software

Click here for more information on the ZKAccess 3.5 Software.

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PLEASE NOTE: This solution will connect to any 12v electric magnetic lock. The lock is not included within the bundle due to each lock being specific to the type of door & door frame.


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

For more information on the ZKTeco Fingerprint & RFID Access Control Bundle please contact us.

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Features

TF1700 Access Control Device

  • Fingerprint Capacity – 3000
  • Card Capacity – 10,000
  • Operating Voltage – 12V DC
  • Dimensions (LxWxH) – 62.5 × 41.5 × 185 mm
  • Communication – Fingerprint, Passcode & RFID

12vdc 2.0A Power Supply

  • Dimensions (LxWxH) – 90 × 50 × 28 mm
  • Power Supply Input – AC100/240V
  • Power Supply Output – DC 12 V 1.3 A

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