U-Prox SL maxi
SmartLine versatile readers in conjunction with the U-Prox Mobile ID application and U-Prox IDs will allow any access control system to use smartphones as access system credentials
Reader operates with 125 kHz cards, Mifare, Mifare Plus (SL1, SL3) and mobile credentials U-Prox ID over NFC and over 2.4 GHz radio.
The reader works with Mifare Plus cards in SL3 security mode.
IdentifiersReader operates with 125 KHz cards of the different manufacturers, Mifare and Mifare Plus in security modes SL1 and SL3, and mobile credentials U-Prox ID over NFC and over 2.4 GHz radio (adjustable range up to 15m)
Easy installationReader can be connected to existing and new access systems
Easy adjustingWith the free mobile application U-Prox Config, the reader can be completely adjusted — from the indication to the encryption modes.
Identification with a smartphoneFree mobile application U-Prox Mobile IDreceives, stores and transmits mobile credentials U-Prox ID between the reader and the smartphone.
U-PROX IDDigital personal mobile credential. It is processed and stored in the user's smartphone using the U-Prox Mobile ID application. It can be transferred over NFC and/or 2.4 GHz radio between the reader and the smartphone.
ConvenienceSmartLine readers solve many tasks - replacing cards with an mobile identification, using hight secure identification and identification at a distance (up to 15 m), using IDs different standards, easy adjusting reader's parameters from a smartphone.
ДизайнReader has IP65 class and operating temperatures from -40 to +60 oC. Easy installation, attractive and stylish look.
InterfacesWiegand 26, 32, 34, 37, 40, 42, 56, 58, 64 bits, Wiegand auto, TouchMemory and RS-232
IntegrationRS-232 protocol for integration into arbitrary systems
How it works
mobile identifiers U-Prox ID over NFC
mobile identifiers U-Prox ID over 2.4 GHz radio (0.1 - 15m)
Mifare Classic and Mifare Plus cards in SL1 mode
Mifare Plus cards in SL3 mode
125 KHz ASK and FSK cards (EmMarine and other manufacturers)
The reader understands bank cards
PayPass and PayWave technologies
Smartphone as an identifier
2.4GHz and NFC radio technologies provide a high level of security
The U-Prox ID is associated with the mobile device
The U-Prox ID is stored in a container encrypted with a 256-bit key
The container with the identifier is transmitted over the 2.4 GHz or NFC radio interface using a crypto- and imitation-resistant protocol
2.4 GHz radio technology provides the ability to read near and far (up to 15 m)
Types of identifiers
U-Prox ID over 2.4 GHz radio
from a smartphone
Mifare®, 13.56 MHz
ISO14443A: Mifare®Standard, Mifare®Hi-Memory,
Mifare®Ultralight, Mifare®Classic 1K/4K,
Mifare®Classic 7UID, Mifare® Plus SL1 и SL3
U-Prox ID over NFC, 13.56 MHz
125 kHz identifiers
ASK and FSK
2.4 GHz radio modes
Operation distance is 10-20 cm, the reader is activated by a proximity sensor (IR detector). Recommended for double-sided doors and turnstiles.
Operation distance up to 60 cm.
The reader is always active.
Operation distance 1 m ... 15 m.
The reader is always active.
Wiegand 26, 32, 34, 37, 40, 42, 56, 58, 64 bits,
Wiegand auto and TouchMemory
NFC, Mifare IDs and 125 kHz - up to 4 cm,
2.4 GHz radio - adjustable from 10 cm to 15 m/p>
+9… +16 V
IP65, -40°С . . . +60°С
Dimensions and Weight
42,8 х 157,8 х 16 mm & 120 g