The new Encoder 2.0 offers everything you need in a single device to professionally manage access in your lodging facilities: it houses a key and user database, encodes cards, communicates with your PMS and programmes electronic locks.
With a built-in battery and compact footprint, it can be carried around the building, used in a power failure and does not need to be connected to a computer.
The Encoder can be used in Solo or Enterprise mode, depending on the complexity of your access management system.
The Encoder is a standalone device which manages the access system entirely through its display and keypad. Guests can be checked in at reception or on the go. The system can be expanded to include several Encoders in the network and software for Windows PCs to facilitate more complicated operations. The database can be replicated to two Encoders in real time as a backup in the event of a malfunction.
The system is hosted by a central server with advanced features: it can control online/wireless systems, send credentials to smartphones and integrate an Active Directory. When the Encoder is associated with a Windows PC, it encodes key cards and acts as a backup in the event of a network or server failure.
||Desktop device for management of access control credentials, portable device for servicing access control devices in buildings|
||Indoor use only|
||5 VDC jack, USB Type C, 2A
USB power supply compatible with commercial power banks
||Lithium battery (2h lifetime estimated)|
||155 x 95 x 40 mm
||LAN 10/100 mbps RJ45
|Service ports||RS232, RS485
||Colour touch screen TFT/IPS 3.45’’
||ISOB, Mifare Classic, Ultralight, Ultralight C
|Max system size
||Can be integrated with property management systems and self check-in kiosks via ethernet|
||Compatible with sanitizing chemicals|
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