RFID Keypad Access Controller

Multiple ways to open doors
Card to open the door
Card plus password to open the door
Double card door


Product Introduction:

PVC environmental protection material

Fire retardant and durable

1000 user capacity

Sensitive and anti-interference

Built-in excellent STC microprocessor, anti-interference

Strong ability, fast reading, swipe card to open the door

Time <0.1S

Multiple unlocking methods

Easy to open the door lock

External doorbell

Comes with independent backlit doorbell button, visitors do not need to knock on the door

Just tap and the doorbell will ring instantly

Product Parameters:

Model Name OTP611-X
Contactless Cards ISO14443A Mifare or 125Khz
User Capacity 1000( 6000 on request)
APB System Yes,connect with external weigand reader
Identification mode RFID,Password,RFID+Password
Power Supply DC 12V(+-10%)
Current ≤100 mA (working)
Work mode Standalone
Operating Distance 0-5cm (depending on environment and antenna)
Relative Humidity 20%~80%
Operating Temperature -10℃~+50℃
Storage Temperature 0℃~+60℃
Toggle mode yes
Indicators Buzzer and LED
Product Size



RFID Keypad Access Controller


.Supporting marster cards

·Supporting card,password,card+password to open door 

·Offline work         

·Power off data protection function  

·Connect to the door bell by wire or wireless with accordance to customer requirement and support the switch for opening the door


1.What is the main function of access control?

Access control is a data security process that enables organizations to manage who is authorized to access corporate data and resources. Secure access control uses policies that verify users are who they claim to be and ensures appropriate control access levels are granted to users.

2.Why do you need an access control system?

Security is the main reason why access control is important. Its aim is to protect a building and its occupants, data and assets by reducing the risk of unauthorized intrusion, while making access convenient for authorized users and approved visitors. These techniques can provide other important benefits, too.

3.What are Access functions? 

A function returns a value. Access already has built-in functions such as SUM, which shows the result of adding several numbers, and COUNT, which returns how many values there are. A function can be used in place of a value in an expression for a field in a query, a control source on a form or report, and more.


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