Rosslare AY-K35 Multi-Smart reader

Jan. 4, 2022

The AY-K35 Multi-Smart reader from Rosslare features multicredential technology and Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP) secure-channel communication to bring more versatility, scalability and security to physical access control, without the necessity to replace existing credentials.

The AY-K35 supports near field communication and Bluetooth mobile credentials in addition to 125-kilohertz FSK and ASK, 13.56-megahertz and MIFARE Classic Sector credentials. With the AY-K35, organizations of all sizes easily can optimize their credentials strategy to accommodate users on an individual profile level, which reduces operational costs without compromising on security or functionality.

The reader is dust- and water-resistant, including vandalproof and antimicrobial properties to reduce the risk of contamination while increasing physical access control security.

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