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Teclado con lector de tags RFID de Zipato



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59,00 €

Technical characteristics

Technology Z-Wave (Comp. con Z-Wave)

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The "Home" and "Away" buttons allow you to activate or deactivate a security system based on Z-Wave and launch automation scenes quickly. Four numbered buttons also provide a "plus" access control to disarm the Z-Wave alarm or control / interpret the presence of a user of the system, to do certain things.

In addition to being able to use the numeric keypad, you can also pass a keyfob, tablet or RFID tag (as you prefer to call it) on the front of the keyboard to arm or disarm your Z-Wave alarm. The keyboard sends to your Z-Wave home automation control unit that the user has been recognized. You can easily create scenes depending on the person who was identified with the card.

If you want to know more, you can consult the analysis we have done in our test of the Zipato RFID Mini Keypad here


  • Short numeric keypad and RFID reader
  • Based on Z-Wave technology
  • Arming / disarming security alarm Z-Wave
  • Access control by reading RFID cards
  • Codes per keyboard for access control
  • Anti-sabotage protection through "Tamper"
  • LED indicator to confirm each action
  • Integrated audible indication of arm-disarm
  • 1 Tag, tag or RFID keychain provided with the keyboard


  • Type: Slave Z-Wave
  • Power supply: 2 1.5V AA batteries
  • Frequency: 868.42 MHz
  • Radio range: in free field 30m
  • RFID protocol: ISO15693, ISO18000-3, Tag-it "RFID
  • Buzzer: 60dBA at 10 cm distance
  • Storage temperature: -5 ° C to +65 ° C
  • Storage humidity: 10% to 70%
  • Operating temperature: 10 ° C to 40 ° C
  • Operating humidity: 30% to 80%
  • Dimensions: 62 x 62 x 20 mm
  • Certifications:
    • Security: UL
    • EMC: FCC, CE
    • RoHS



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Teclado con lector de tags RFID de Zipato

Teclado con lector de tags RFID de Zipato

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