The Keyscan K-VAN 125kHz proximity card access control reader is designed for vandalism resistance.
Whitby, Ontario, December 19, 2006 - Keyscan Inc. today announced that it has introduced the K-VAN proximity reader. The K-VAN has been specifically designed as an extremely tough vandal-resistant proximity reader. It's HID (125kHZ) compatible and accepts most HID 125 kHz credentials. Protected by a thick stainless steel housing that includes Fiber-Tex and Lexan face inserts, this ruggedly designed reader is ideal for schools, universities, or inner-city areas prone to crime and vandalism. The K-VAN, with its electronics protected in an epoxy potting, is suitable for indoor or outdoor use and offers optional tamper-proof blind mounting.
Keyscan is a privately-owned manufacturer of access control security systems, specialized communication hardware, and related software products. Designed for a wide range of access control requirements, Keyscan systems can be integrated with building maintenance, alarm monitoring, closed-circuit television, photobadge identification, and visitor management. Keyscan systems are used across a broad market spectrum for securing industrial, commercial, government, institutional, and residential buildings.