Cobra Controls PRX-3R Mullion Mount Prox Reader, ACP
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Cobra Controls PRX-3R Mullion Mount Prox Reader, ACP

$122.50

Overview

The PRX-3R narrow mount proximity reader from Cobra Controls offers reliable RFID detection in a sleek stylish design. Perfect for applications where space is limited the PRX-3R can be surface mounted on a standard 1-3/4 inch door mullion.

Features:

  • Narrow sleek design
  • RFID card read range up to 3.15" (80mm)
  • UV and water-resistant casing
  • Epoxy potting (IP65) suitable for indoor and outdoor use
  • Mounting template included
  • 5-year Warranty

The PRX-3R replaces the discontinued PRX-3 and PRX-3N

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Product Details

Product Overview

The PRX-3R narrow mount proximity reader from Cobra Controls offers reliable RFID detection in a sleek stylish design. Perfect for applications where space is limited the PRX-3R can be surface mounted on a standard 1-3/4 inch door mullion.

Standard Features

  • Small Compact Design
  • 26-bit Wiegand data output
  • Built-in transceiver antenna, 125KHZ
  • Built-in LED and buzzer
  • IP65 water-resistant suitable for indoor and outdoor use
  • RFID card read range up to 3.15" (80mm)
  • 5-Year Warranty

Technical Specifications

  • Operating Voltage Range: 5-16 VDC, from a regulated power supply
  • Standby Current: 35mA at 12VDC
  • Maximum Current: 50mA at 12VDC
  • Operating Temperature: -31 degrees C to 63 degrees C (-25 degrees F to 145 degrees F)
  • Dimensions: 3.1" L x 1.6" W x 0.5" D (80mm x 40mm x 12.8mm)

Finishes

  • Black
Format
26-bit Cobra
Maglocks.com Rating
Best
Manufacturer
Cobra Controls
Manufacturer Warranty
5 Year
Model Number
PRX-3R
Operation Keypad
Prox card only
1 Question asked on Cobra Controls PRX-3R Mullion Mount Prox Reader, ACP



Q Todd Gravino • 03/09/2018, 6:37:54 PM What is IP68?
A 12/02/2018, 8:07:44 AM IP is the name of the standard that was drawn up by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) to determine how resistant an electrical device is to fresh water and common raw materials – like dirt, dust and sand. The first digit after IP is the rating the IEC assigned a unit for its resistance to solids. In this case, it’s six – which means no “harmful” dust or dirt seeped into the unit after being in direct contact with the matter for eight-hours. Next, we have the water resistance rating. There are two leading ratings at present – seven and eight, with the former meaning that the device can be submerged in up to one meter of fresh water for half an hour, and the latter up to 1.5 meters for half an hour. To recap: IP67 means the unit can be dropped into a body of water up to a meter deep for half an hour, while IP68 guarantees protection in water up to 1.5m deep for the same period of time. Both are resistant to dust.