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Light 1103

Smart card reader with dual tecnology (Smart Card and Transponder) and RS485 interface.
One input, transistor and relais equipped output (5A).
RJ11 4/4 connector.
The KIT/SA item needs to be added to include the mounting hardware for the standard series.

Power = 12 Vdc.


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