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iBlock Electronic Unit
Works with electronics keys iButtons
Restricts access to selected floors
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Access system for lifts.
Works with electronic keys (iButtons).
Limit the access to restricted floors.
More robust than any of those technologies (like smartcards, barcodes, RFID tags, magnetic stripe and others.)
Easy to assemble.
All programming of the access restrictions are made on the operating panel don’t need computer or console.
Can restrict the access to four floors, with capacity to expand this number by linking multiple cards.
Each card can store 16 384 iBlock key.
Everything that the customer has access inside the cabin is a small player in stainless steel, equipped with a bicolor LED.
There are a lot of technologies available, like smart-cards, barcodes, RFID tags, magnetic stripe and others.
The iButton is more robust than any of those technologies, can perform different tasks, like keeping track of temperature or time, store ecash or other data, is small but still user friendly and much more secure.
The silicon chip inside the iButton is protected by one of the most durable materials: stainless steel.
You can drop it on the floor, scratch it, wear it even when you go to swim or simply keep it in your key chain: it has been wear-tested for ten-year durability.
No other identification device can do the same.

Operating and use:
In the iBlock system allows two types of keys, classified as Level 1 and Level 2.
The first level keys are the keys for normal use, each of which can be associated with a iBlock system, allowing access to one or more blocked, the second level are the keys that allow you to associate a level keys to the system iBlock.
Note: that the same key (level 1 or 2) may be associated with various systems iBlock.
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