Benefits at a glance
Combine vehicle and person access control systems in a single card. It is possible to integrate both technologies into the same transponder and achieve maximum range.
A specially developed vignette/sticker function in combination with deister‘s “smart frame” ensures data security as well as protection against manipulation.
Large LEDs and unambiguous signal tones give the user distinctive visual and audible feedback.
Test instead of trial and error
The so-called POC makes the field strength visible at every position. That makes it child’s play to find the best position for the transponder.
Plug & Play
The compact design including integrated antennas means it is possible to connect standard power and data lines to the readers by means of a single connector.
Made in Germany
All products are made in Germany. Their function and quality are developed, produced and tested to the highest standards.
Transponders for the windscreen - Self-adhesive with vignette/sticker function
In addition to the encrypted deister “smart frame” for data security the windscreen transponder for vehicles identification features a vignette/sticker function; this is an additional safety measure to prevent the transponder being torn off.
The specially developed antenna facilitates optimum ranges through the windscreen as far as 7 m using a TSU 200 reader. To achieve a constant range in conjunction with different vehicle types the transponder is also equipped with a function to adapt the range. For instance, RRD stickers are affixed to the marked positions. This function makes it possible to reduce the identification range by either 66% or 33%. That ensures it is possible to identify different types of vehicles at the same distance to the reader.
- Fraud proof – tear proof
- Adjustable range
- “Smart frame” – data security
POC - Make RFID fields visible
When installing a UHF long-range identification system the challenge is always to place the readers and transponders in the best possible position to ensure all vehicles are reliably detected. The POC (patent pending) represents an optimum solution to the challenge.
POC behaves precisely the same as a transponder. The integrated LEDs display the available level of communication at every position in the field between the reader and transponder. Finding the best-possible position for the transponder is quick and effective. The POC is available for both passive and active transponders.
TSU reader series – Passive long range identification
TSU UHF readers include extremely robust die-cast aluminum housing for a compact design with integrated antenna. The TSU200 boasts an upper range of 22 feet, and the TSU100 with a range of 10 feet.
The tranSpeed portfolio of passive transponders has been specifically developed for different materials to ensure it is also possible to achieve the best-possible range on glass or metal.
The special layout (patent pending) of the antenna integrated in the ISO card means it can be carried either way round as well as close to the body (unlike most UHF transponders) without impairing the range. Dual technology cards are also available with near field and long range credentials combined for increased operational efficiency.
TAL 700 reader – Active long range identification
The TAL 700 generates an adjustable identification field that will penetrate most RF shielding materials. This active system is particularly suitable for applications in which it is necessary to identify vehicles at an unfavorable angle to the reader – or the windshields are covered with a special film to protect against the sun or for reasons of passenger privacy. With a range of up to 22 feet the TAL 700 is suitable for all typical applications such as parking-space management and vehicle access control at car park barriers.
The active transponder TPA 8014 has an ISO card format and a battery life of up to two years. and the commonly available battery is user replacable to reduce costs. The transponders can also be equipped with an additional near field credential technology. That makes it possible to use the TPA 8014 in combined vehicle and PACS applications.
Controllers & converters – Modular and flexible
The tranSpeed system is rounded off by controllers such as the IDC 2. The control unit is top-hat rail compatible and provides encrypted interfaces for tranSpeed readers and dry contact relays for vehicle access and exit barriers as well as light signal control systems. Configuring authorisation levels is made easy with the software “Commander Connect”, which is connected to the IDC 2 via an IP interface.
Interface converters are able to convert data received from a reader to a different format or protocol as well as to integrate tranSpeed components into an existing system. The deBUS protocol is used to encrypt communication on the input side. Wiegand, Data/Clock, Magstripe, RS232 and RS485 interfaces are supported on the output side by several customer-specific protocols.
One software for all systems
Our software Commander Connect is a powerful intuitive software platform that allows easy administration of our systems to provide a complete connected system with an environment based on modern system architecture.
The deister Commander Connect software has been built as truly web-based with an SQL back end database. Capable of working as a stand-alone system connected directly to your cabinet it can easily scale up to a corporate setup and will work on a physical computer or a virtual environment.
Vehicle Identification (AVI)
A variety of transponders is available for different substrates and positions to ensure it is possible to reliably identify all types of vehicles.
Parking Space Management
Automate access and exit to make the best use of available capacity. Optimize management of your parking space.
Vehicle Access Control
Effective and comprehensible management of vehicle fleets. It is always known which vehicle is on the grounds and which vehicle has left-