125Khz access control readers

A3M manufactures an extensive range of readers/writers for contactless smart cards with 125KHz technology.
These readers are targeted to integrate into access control solutions.

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125Khz access control readers

  • EM 125kHz mini desktop reader


    Desktop reader with keyboard wedge connection to read card instantly

    LP200 desktop reader is a low cost solution for EM4100 and issuing and programming for compatible cards. It is a very easy to use device and provides RS232 and PS2 output data format for direct communication (...) ( Continue Reading…)


  • 125Khz access control door reader


    Door reader designed for access control system based on 125Khz EM cards

    A3M LP5500 reader series is designed for reading EM4100 codes or compatible read-only tags. It is an innovative design which is multi-interface in one board. It can be used in office/home security, personal (...) ( Continue Reading…)


  • EM 125kHz access control door reader with keyboard


    Door reader with keyboard for access control solutions based on 125Khz EM cards

    This door reader is based on the same electronic design as our standard LP5000 access control door reader. It also incorporates a numeric keyboard which makes it the ideal product in all applications where the (...) ( Continue Reading…)


  • Dual Mifare and 125Khz reader


    Dual technology reader for access control solutions with both EM125Khz and Mifare cards

    Our range of contactless readers includes this new product: a reader which is able to read both EM125Khz and Mifare access control ID cards. ( Continue Reading…)


  • EM 125kHz Intelligent Time and Attendance Terminal


    Access control and time and attendance terminal for use with EM125Khz cards

    A3M LGP8600 is a wall mount terminal designed for access control and time and attendance solutions. Its keyboard and LCD screen make it the ideal choice for high security access control, as well as for (...) ( Continue Reading…)