Reader Pro 2

  • The future of smart access control
    Smartphone & App
    Access doors using a smartphone or the iOS/Android Kisi app.
  • Web link
    Quickly grant temporary access using a web link sent via email or SMS.
  • Apple Watch
    Unlock Kisi-enabled doors from your Apple Watch.

2.800.00 ر.ق

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The Kisi Reader Pro 2 is the second generation of access control reader from Kisi for enterprises of any size seeking modern access control solutions for their members.
The user experience is simple yet effective: when a user presents an NFC card or a smartphone to the reader, credential data is transmitted to the Kisi controller unit via the cloud or the local network. The Kisi reader provides visual feedback through an LED ring, with colors varying based on the outcome of the unlock attempt.
Decentralized and scalable network of control units and readers:
On your local network, Kisi operates as a decentralized system, differing from traditional systems, and utilizes modern network protocols. Kisi allows connection to up to four doors per control unit, but the number of readers per door is not limited to the connection of doors to the control unit. This design enables Kisi to be scalable, ranging from single-door configurations to systems for thousands of doors, with flexibility in obtaining different numbers of reading devices per door.
Feature Highlights:
– Users: Unlimited (based on license)
– Cloud Management: Cloud-based web application with cloud updates and potential local cache storage
– Updates: Over-the-air (OTA) updates completed within seconds
– Offline Mode Support: Fully encrypted and authenticated support in offline mode for both cards and phones
– Feedback: Audible and visual feedback for unlock and other events
– Security: Secure boot, secure memory, and secure communication
– Weather Resistance: Resistant to all weather conditions, waterproof
Credential Types:
– MotionSense enabled
– Smartphones running Android and iOS (BLE and NFC)
– Kisi cards, fobs, and encrypted high-frequency tags (HF/NFC)
– Low-frequency (LF/RFID) cards, fobs, and tags:
– HID H10301 (26-bit card)
– HID H10302 (37-bit card)
– HID H10304 (37-bit card)
– For any other card formats not mentioned above, please contact Kisi support.
Power Consumption:
– PoE Class 2 powered device with a maximum power consumption of 6.49 watts
– Maximum 0.5 amps at 12 volts DC
– Maximum 0.25 amps at 24 volts DC
– Idle power consumption less than 3 watts
BlinkUp Receiver Device: Receives wired and wireless (Wi-Fi) network credential data transmitted from encrypted mobile devices through changes (increases and decreases) in the brightness of the mobile device screen. For most Ethernet setups, BlinkUp will not be needed as reader devices can be automatically connected and provisioned.
BlinkUp Status Indicator: Indicates the reader’s connection status through a multi-color LED indicator.
Network Access Requirements:
Kisi controllers and readers can connect to the internet using either Ethernet or WiFi. Ethernet connection is the preferred method and will be prioritized over WiFi. However, we recommend setting up Kisi to work with both network options (Ethernet and WiFi) for redundancy. If the Kisi controller is located in an area without WiFi coverage, setting up a dedicated 4G hotspot may be appropriate.
Controller Pro 2 devices with reference numbers less than 553xxxxxx support both Ethernet and Wi-Fi. For higher reference numbers, only Ethernet is available. You can check your reference number within the controller unit details.
Kisi devices can connect to the network via wired Ethernet connection, supporting speeds of 10 Mbps and 100 Mbps.
Kisi devices can operate on both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequencies. They do not require an open network to operate, as they can function on WPA, WPA2, and open networks. As a best practice, we recommend installing the Kisi controller near the router.