Sure-Fi Wiegand Kit
A wireless bridge that enables you to wirelessly connect Wiegand-based access control systems, which are often used in security applications. Wiegand systems generally involve cables and wiring to transfer data between a card reader (like an access card scanner) and the control panel that decides whether to unlock a door.
The bridge consists of two parts: a transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter (Remote Interface) is connected to the card reader, which reads access cards or key fobs. When a card is read, the transmitter sends the data wirelessly to the receiver. The receiver (Controller Interface), in turn, is connected to the control panel and sends the data to it, just as if it were wired directly to the card reader.
The benefit of using the Sure-Fi Wiegand Kit is that it eliminates the need for complex and potentially expensive cabling between card readers and the control panel, especially over large distances or through challenging environments. It can be particularly useful in retrofitting older buildings where adding new wiring would be difficult or intrusive.