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Paxton reader fobs - Alternatives


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Afternoon all, any alternatives to the very expensive paxton fobs

 

Ive tried some of the visonic chicklets and the texecom prox tags - and they do work with the reader but any others which you can buy from ebay or amazon??

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net 2 mate, will double check on thurs aswell just to be sure

 

thats what i thought with the hi tag 2 

 

only issue with the chicklets is if they break off the chain as so small so a bit 50/50 about them

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11 hours ago, PeterJames said:

If the chicklets work then I can sell you some that work with Paxton, but I always thought Paxton used Hitag 2 locked with a pword

Net 2 or Switch 2?

 

Paxton readers have been multiformat for about 5yrs

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12 hours ago, Nova-Security said:

 

Paxton readers have been multiformat for about 5yrs

The sites where we have Paxton are Mifare, I hadnt realised they were multi format as standard on the other readers. I thought that was an option 

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When you say multi format, is that it can read mifare and normal 125khz tags on the same reader

 

Or it can ready different khz tags? 

 

Sound even more confusing lol

 

Surprised no one has asked this question before on here, as it could be saving us installers some money than giving to Paxton etc..

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https://www.paxton-access.com/products/net2-proximity-mifare-reader-p50/

We have added Genuine HID Technology to the P50 Mifare readers, they can now read HID 125kHz Proximity tokens, when licensed with an activation card. If required these readers can still be enabled to have Wiegand output, via a separate activation card.

 

They read 125khz ASK fobs as we have some site where they are using the intruder fobs for the access.

 

 

 

 

 

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