The no-compromise security
solution is at hand.
Schlage Recognition Systems brings the true security and convenience of biometric technology easily within reach of most access control applications. The HandKey® II utilizes field-proven hand geometry technology that maps and verifies the size and shape of a person’s hand all in less than one second.
The benefits of biometric security were once reserved for high security applications, but the HandKey II changes that. Tens of thousands of HandKeys are already installed in applications that range from health clubs and day care centers to laboratories and prisons. Its ease of use and reliability have made the HandKey the biometric standard
FEATURES & BENEFITS
for the access control industry. The lower cost of the
HandKey II now makes the choice even easier.
The HandKey II provides the security and convenience
you need at a price you can afford, even when com-
pared to card-based systems. Because your hand is your
card, HandKey II allows access only to authorized people
without the hassles of a card or key. By eliminating
cards, you reduce administrative costs while greatly increasing the level of security. Users appreciate the convenience of never worrying about keeping track of a card or key.
Door control and monitoringThe HandKey II's design provides the ultimate in system reliability.
Each HandKey II is a complete door controller providing door lock
operation, request for exit, and alarm monitoring. All information,
including biometric data and decision-making capability resides
locally. This ensures your doors are secure and will continue to
operate properly even if all communications to the main access
Power: 12 to 24 VDC or 12 to 24 VAC 50-60 Hz,
Environment: Operating: 32˚F to 113˚F (0˚C to 45˚C)
Memory Retention: Up to 5 years via the standard internal
Card Reader Input: Proximity, Weigand, Magnetic Stripe,
Card Reader Output: Weigand, Magnetic Stripe,
Duress Code: 1 leading digit (user definable)
Door Controls: Request to Exit input (switch or keypad),
Door Switch input, Door Lock output. (open collector, 5 VDC present, sinks to
Schlage Recognition Systems' HandNet for Windows software links
Alarm Monitoring: Tamper, Door Forced, Duress
a virtually unlimited number of HandKey units into an integrated
There are a variety of monitoring options
door access control system. All alarms and transactions report
Event Monitoring: including events such as: Invalid ID,
back in real time to the central computer, making door and alarm
monitoring easy and efficient. Activity, user and system reports can
be easily generated. The central computer handles all hand
template management automatically, allowing supervised enroll-
ment at any reader and system-wide deletions. An optional internal
modem lets you include remote site operations. Ethernet commu-
Options: BB-200 Operational Battery Backup
DC-102 Data ConverterEM-801 Memory Expansion - 9,728 usersEM-803
MD-500 High Speed Internal ModemPROX HID Proximity Reader
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HandKey® is a registered trademark of Schlage Recognition SystemsSpecifications subject to change. Please check with your system vendor for details.
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