Ascendent ID, the leader in expanded functionality long range RFID for Automatic Vehicle Identification(AVI) announces the release of the smallest long range RFID tag available for vehicle access control at parking facilities, college campuses, and gated communities.
We have received resounding market feedback regarding the importance of aesthetics and a compact footprint when it comes to AVI tags," says company President, Doug Crane. "The tag essentially becomes part of the vehicle, so we invested considerable time to develop a refined and streamlined design in a minimized footprint.
The CompacTag 2032 is compatible with every model of Ascendent IDs readers; which have an adjustable read-range to enable the CompacTag to be read from just a few feet up to 30. As with all of Ascendent IDs tags, customers can specify the facility code and tag identification numbers at the time of order to simplify tag management.
Ascendent IDs tags for Automatic Vehicle Identification are mounted on the inside of the windshield using double-sided tape or hook-and- loop fasteners for applications which require a transferrable or removable mount.
Ascendent IDs long-range AVI systems are compatible with virtually every manufacturer of vehicle access control systems and can be used as a long-range drop-in upgrade for proximity readers and tags. Every Ascendent ID reader ships with both RS232 and Wiegand interfaces standard.
All readers and tags support Ascendent IDs advanced reader-to-tag protocol for precise control of gate triggering, elimination of false reads, and support of systems incorporating anti-passback. Tags with the optional security feature prevent unauthorized use in the event that the tag is stolen from the vehicles windshield.
Ascendent IDs products provide a hands-free solution for Automatic Vehicle Identification. Drivers focus on driving the vehicle, not holding a card out the window or pressing a keypad. As a result of the small size and the reader's variable read range, Ascendent IDs CompacTag 2032 is suitable for a variety of applications including weigh scale automation, high security applications requiring reader-to-tag AES encryption, and unattended load tracking. Ascendent IDs readers provide control of multiple lanes or gates, with each lane having its own discrete output to interface with the access control system. For standalone operation, Ascendent IDs readers can be configured to store a list of authorized tags and provide a gate trigger when a tag in the list is read.