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Zrabra EM-WG26/34 Access Control Security Standard Card Reader SN-RD200

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What you are viewing is an Access Control Security Standard Card Reader, to keep your house safe, this security card reader is a great choice for you!The access card reader is easy and convenient to install, easily mounted with stand-alone keyless en...
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Specifications: 


  • Be convenient to install and use
  • Beautiful shape and fashion style
  • Built-in audible buzzer acknowledging card reading and bicolor led acknowledging access
  • Operating Voltage: DC 9~15V
  • Operating Current: 100MA
  • Compatible Card: ID Cards
  • Format: Wiegand 26, RS485, RS232
  • Distance: >10cm
  • Material: Plastic
  • Size: 115 x 75 x 15mm/4.53 x 2.95 x 0.59in(L x W x T)

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Zrabra EM-WG26/34 Access Control Security Standard Card Reader SN-RD200


Zrabra EM-WG26/34 Access Control Security Standard Card Reader SN-RD200


  • The security card reader featurs beautiful shape and fashion style

Zrabra EM-WG26/34 Access Control Security Standard Card Reader SN-RD200


Zrabra EM-WG26/34 Access Control Security Standard Card Reader SN-RD200


  • The access card reader is easy to install and simple to manage, plug and play 

Zrabra EM-WG26/34 Access Control Security Standard Card Reader SN-RD200


Zrabra EM-WG26/34 Access Control Security Standard Card Reader SN-RD200


  • Made of high quality material, the access card reader is durable and reliable for long time use

How to Evaluate Home Security Systems


  • Determine if you can install a hard-wired home security system, a hybrid system or a purely wireless one. The advantage of a hard-wired system is that a burglar cannot tamper with the system to disable the siren or phone line. However, the installation company must be able to run wires through your walls and ceilings as well as access an area of your home to hide the siren and control panel, which is more difficult with the way newer homes are constructed
  • A wireless receiver (keypad) may be an option, creating a "hybrid" security system. This system is more secure than a purely wireless system since the siren and phone lines are not directly connected to the keypad. An "all-in-one" wireless system is the least secure because all the alarm components are in one place, making it more accessible to burglars
  • Consider the level of protection that you require. Some systems will come with all the bells and whistles, from infrared beams to medical and fire monitoring. More simple systems only monitor windows and doors opening. Your decision here will greatly impact both the home security system and the level of monitoring you'll need
  • Think about your pets. If you have small pets, motion-detecting security systems may function without picking up the pets, but larger pets, specifically medium- to large-size dogs, may set off the alarm. Homeowners with these animals should consider foregoing the motion detector to eliminate false alarms
  • Check with friends, neighbors and family members in your local area to determine which alarm monitoring companies they find reliable. If you will be paying for your home security system to be monitored, you want to ensure that you're getting the level of service you desire. Some factors to inquire about are response time and quality of installation
  • Discuss contract lengths with any monitoring company you consider for your home security system. Many require lengthy contracts in exchange for a free system. Carefully weigh your options here and don't get caught up in all the "freebies" offered by different companies. Ask company representatives any other questions you may have as well
  • Ask your home insurance company if they give discounts to customers who use any specific systems or companies. If you're torn and can't make a decision, this information may help you decide

How to Buy a Home Alarm System:

Zrabra EM-WG26/34 Access Control Security Standard Card Reader SN-RD200

Each year more than 2 million American homes are burglarized, according to the National Burglar and Fire Alarm Association (alarm.org). Most of them have no alarm system. Electronic security devices provide affordable peace of mind, and recognizes and reacts instantly to unauthorized entry


  • Survey your home and determine how many windows and doors you want integrated into the system
  • Contact your insurance agent, a security system adviser, the NBFAA or your police department's crime prevention department for names of security system companies. Ask each company for an inspection, a recommendation and a quote in writing
  • Decide whether you want to contract with a 24-hour central monitoring station for a monthly fee. If your system detects a break-in, it alerts security professionals to dispatch local police. Less expensive dialer accessories can link sensors to your phone lines and call preselected numbers if security is breached
  • Consider your family's lifestyle. Do people or pets sometimes roam the house at night? Select appropriate sensors and locations
  • Choose a system with a control panel that can monitor all the zones in your home. Each window or door integrated into the system is considered a zone. A basic system (about $400 without monitoring) can control eight zones, but many can be expanded to watch up to 32
  • Determine locations for the control panel and keypads. The control panel commands the system and the keypads allow you to program the system and turn it or its components on and off. A typical setup puts one keypad near the front door and another keypad--and perhaps a panic button--close to the bedrooms
  • Look for systems that connect to lighting controls, smoke and carbon monoxide sensors, and flood detectors. Also make sure system switches won't freeze in cold climates. (See How to Buy a Home Automation System.)
  • Choose a user-friendly code that everyone in the family can remember in an emergency. Try the keypad to assure that it's easy to use
  • Realize that it's difficult to retrofit a hardwired security system. With a wired system, you'll have to drill holes in walls so wires can be routed. If you want to avoid this expense and inconvenience, choose a wireless system

Package Included:


  • 1 x Card Reader