Long Range RFID Gate Opener - Nexlar's Access Solution
Stop Breaking Your Back With Nexlar’s Long Range RFID Gate Openers
If you’ve been struggling to open your gate manually, it might be time to invest in a long-range RFID gate opener. These devices can be operated from a distance, so you won’t have to break your back every time you want to get in or out of your premises. But before you go out and buy one, there are a few things you need to know.
Long-range RFID gate openers are devices that use radio waves to communicate with and activate RFID tags. The tags are usually attached to vehicles, and the opener is usually mounted on an automatic gate or a barrier gate arm. When the tag is within range of the opener, the opener will read the tag’s information and then open the gate. This allows for the hands-free operation of gates, which is convenient for drivers and pedestrians.
When most people think of RFID, they think of close-range applications such as contactless payment cards or access badges. However, there is a long-range variant that can be used for much more than just tracking inventory. Long-range RFID gate openers are becoming increasingly popular for a variety of applications.
In industrial and warehouse settings, for example, these RFID gate openers can be used to automatically open, and close doors as pallets or other large items are moved in and out. This helps to improve efficiency and prevent accidents.
In parking lots and other controlled access areas like parking facilities and gated communities, they can be used to open gates or doors when an authorized vehicle approaches automatically. And in hotel and office buildings, RFID gate openers can be used to automatically open doors for authorized users. This helps to improve security and efficiency.
With so many potential applications, it’s no wonder that RFID gate openers are becoming increasingly popular. When integrated with our cloud-based access control app, Alfred360, they open multiple possibilities. Through your mobile phone, you can let in or bar pedestrians and drivers from entering and exiting your property. You can also track visitor license plates and view live footage of whoever is at the entry gate. With the ability to control over four access gates in just one tap, it is the smartest way to control access to your premises. Contact us to get a free demo of Alfred360.
Increased security for your home or office – By granting access only to those with an authorized RFID tag, you can ensure that only authorized personnel is entering your premises. These systems also offer increased security against tailgating. Tailgating is when an unauthorized individual follows closely behind an authorized individual in order to gain access to a restricted area. With a long-range RFID gate opener, the automatic gates will only open for a single individual at a time, making it impossible for tailgaters to gain entry.
Convenience – If you’re like most business owners, you are always looking for ways to make your operations more efficient and save time and money. Rather than requiring employees to fumble with keys or punch in a code to let visitors in, visitors can simply situate themselves in front of the sensor to gain access.
Versatility – Long-range RFID gate openers work efficiently with sliding gates and any other type of electric gate, large or small. And because it can be programmed to work with multiple tags, allowing you to grant access to family members, employees, or other authorized individuals. If you want to streamline the process of entering your property, a long-range RFID gate opener may be the perfect solution.
Durability – Long-range RFID gate openers are also much more durable than other types of entry gate systems. With no moving parts or exposed wires, they are less likely to break down or be damaged by the elements.
For these reasons, long-range RFID gate openers are an ideal choice for HOAs and busy commercial property owners who want the convenience of hands-free access combined with the security and durability of a long-lasting product.
Limitations & Solutions
As a result, it is possible for these devices to interfere with one another. This may cause the RFID gate opener to malfunction. In some cases, the interference may be severe enough to prevent the opener from opening the gate completely. In order to minimize the risk of interference, it is important to keep any other devices that use radio frequencies as far away from the opener as possible.
Obstructions may cause malfunctions. If there’s an obstruction between the reader and tag, the signal may not be able to reach the receiver, and the gate will not open. If you are having trouble with your RFID tag not opening the gate, there are a few things you can check. First, ensure that there is nothing blocking the signal between the tag and the receiver. This includes metal doors or other obstructions.
If the tag is in a wallet or purse, try taking it out and holding it up to the receiver. If there is still no signal, try moving closer to the receiver. You may also need to replace the batteries in your tags. Once you understand the factors that influence the performance of these systems, you can rest assured you’re making the most out of them.
Installation, maintenance, and repair need to be professionally done. You can count on us. Nexlar provides the highest quality long-range RFID gate openers on the market. Our systems are designed to withstand the harshest weather conditions and provide reliable performance for years to come. We offer a wide range of models to suit any application, and our team of experts is always available to help you find the perfect solution for your needs. Our long-range RFID gate openers work seamlessly with automatic commercial parking lot gates, video surveillance security systems, and many more.
When it comes to RFID gate opener installation and repairs, Nexlar is the name you can trust. Contact us at (281)407-0768 for a FREE quote or to learn more about our access control solutions.