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125Khz desktop badge reader

LP200 USB RFID reader for 125Khz proximity cards with EM4102 chip

Mini USB reader, the LP200 is a first price RFID reader for 125Khz proximity badges of the type EM4100 / EM4102 and compatible chip. It allows an immediate reading of the serial number of the chip. It connects to the management PC using USB keyboard emulation so that the access card ID number is displayed where your cursor is located. LP200 allows you to choose the ID reading format to adapt to the format used in your access control software.

USB reader in keyboard emulation

The easiest connection mode for a badge reader: USB connector, install the utility provided and present a 125Khz badge in front of the reader: its unique identification number appears on the screen, where your cursor is positioned. A facility that makes this RFID reader compatible with all access control software or existing time attendance.

125Khz compatible cards and badges

The LP200 reader reads the serial number USN of 125Khz proximity cards and badges of type EM4100, TK4100, EM4102. Adaptable USN reading format: decimal or hexadecimal, 6 to 10 characters, using the badge reading utility provided. LP200 is therefore a simple and effective solution for reading the numbers of access badges in any application using 125Khz chips.


125Khz proximity card reader specifications

Dimensions 120 x 72 x 25mm
Card type EM4100, EM4102, TK4100 and compatible
Connection USB, screen-keyboard interface (wedge)
Power supply 5VDC, 100mA
Reading indicator LED; Power; Buzzer
Operating temperature 0 ° C to + 60 ° C
Badge reading distance Up to 6cm, depending on transponder
Communication speed 1200 baud
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