The Nedap MACE platform allows access control system to use smartphones as access credentials. The platform enables the delivery of virtual identity credentials to smartphones over a cloud-based service. The MACE App on the smartphones can use the communication features of the smartphone to present the credentials to MACE readers.
The MACE app can receive and store multiple virtual identity credentials. These credentials can be presented to MACE readers using NFC, Bluetooth Low Energy or QR codes.
The MACE Reader MM supports Bluetooth, NFC, smart cards and proximity cards. The reader is small enough to be mullion mounted and is configurable using a free downloadable tool that connects to the USB port. Settings such as read range and output format can be set.
|Supply voltage:||12 to 24 VDC (from power-limited UL294 or UL603 Listed power source)|
|Dimensions:||150 x 50 x 40 mm (H x W x D)|
|Housing:||Aluminium chassis with polycarbonate cover|
|Operating temp.:||-20°C to +60°C|
|Relative humidity:||10% to 93% , non-condensing|
|Read range:||Bluetooth Low Energy: configurable up to 25 cm (proximity), 2m (short), 5m (medium) or 15m (long)
NFC, proximity card and smart cards: up to 5cm
|Operating frequency:||Bluetooth low energy 2.402 – 2.480 GHz
NFC & smartcards: 13.56 MHz
Proximity cards: 128 kHz
13 MHz: according to ISO 14443/15693
|Comm's interfaces:||RS485 and USB2 service interface|
|Comm's protocols:||CR/LF, OSDP|
|Inputs:||2 TTL digital inputs for LED control (RED/GREEN), 1 TTL digital input for beeper control|
|Output:||Wiegand, Magstripe (clock & data)|
|Max. cable length:||Fixed cable length of 5 metres included (pigtail)
Wiegand: 150m, 22AWG
RS485: 1200m when installed correctly
|Tamper switch:||Magnetic switch, normally closed|
Europe: R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC