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ZKTeco, C3-400, Controller Demonstration Case

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The C3-400 Demo Case is a complete two-door access control system is in your ZKAccess Demo Case, including card readers, request-to-exit, and door status input devices, as well as trigger and alarm indication devices for the programmable auxiliary inputs and outputs. LED’s placed around the demo graphics light up to indicate various access control events. Since the included C3-400 4-door controller is IP-based, simply plug your PC or laptop into the C3-400’s network port to demonstrate the full-featured ZKAccess 5.0 management software included with Demo Case.


C3-400,  4-Door Controller Demonstration Case includes:

  • 1 x  C3-400, 4-Door Controller
  • 1 x KRE600E  EM Card reader
  • 1 x KRE602E EM Card reader with PIN Code
  • 1 x Egress K1-1 Non-Touch Egress switch
  • 1 x Magnetic input switch, for door input
  • Includes ZKTeco V3.5 User Management Software
  • Completely Configured and prewired ready for a DEMO


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