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Nortek TRANS PROX Key Fob ACP00958 ACT-34DH

Nortek TRANS PROX Key Fob ACP00958 ACT-34DH
Manufacturer: Nortek
Mfg Number: ACP00958
Model: ACT-34DH
Condition: New
UPC: 938631199650
Product TypeKey Fob
Brand NameNortek
ManufacturerNortek Security & Control LLC
Product ModelACT-34DH
Product NameACT-34DH TRANS PROX Key Fob
Manufacturer Part NumberACP00958
Manufacturer Website Address
Packaged Quantity10
EncryptionWiegand 26-bit
The Model ACT-34DH 4-Channel Factory Block Coded Key Ring TRANS PROX Transmitter & 26-bit Proximity Tag is designed for use with Linear's access control products. The Model ACT-34DH is a four-channel device supplied with a quick-disconnect key ring. Also included are lithium batteries with a five-year service life. A unique 10-second time-out feature prevents the system from being shut down by a single transmitter transmitting continuously. The ACT-34DH also contains a 26-bit Wiegand interoperable with certain HID® 125-kHz proximity card formats, proximity tag programmed to the same block code as the transmitter. The tag is compatible with the Model AM-DPR Proximity Reader. Waving the transmitter near the reader will request access from the system. The transmitter is MegaCode format, which means each transmitter is factory preprogrammed with one of over 1,000,000 codes, virtually eliminating the possibility of code duplication. Because the receiver "learns" each specific code, no unauthorized person can gain access to the system by reprogramming a transmitter. Block coded transmitters are factory programmed to a sequential series of transmitter ID codes. When used with a Linear access controller, transmitters can be locally or remotely programmed into memory by entering the first and last codes of the block into the system. Facility codes can be selected to further customize the system.