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HID 1346 ProxKey II Proximity Compatible Keyfob, open format

HID 1346 ProxKey II Proximity Compatible Keyfob, open format
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HID 1346 ProxKey II Proximity Compatible Keyfob, open format
HID 1346 ProxKey II Proximity Compatible Keyfob, open format
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The ProxKey II is a proximity keyfob offering HID proximity technology in a convenient, pocket size device. It easily attaches to a key ring, badge clip or lanyard. The ProxKey II is built to withstand harsh operating environments or handling.

The ProxKey II is suited for use in access control applications where a Photo ID is not required.

HID Compatible Fob. Doubles as key ring. Proximity, 26-bit Wiegand. TAGPROX.
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COMMENT: Because I needed a different fob style, since the building fob is the round type. by Gregg H 7/8/2016
COMMENT: This is my third order! We LOVE these Fobs!! by Lori L 6/3/2015
QUESTION: How close does the fob need to be to activate the control unit? by Ron S 4/24/2017
ANSWER: Less than an inch. by Joshua T a
ANSWER: On my system, the fob needs to be within an inch or less to be able to activate the door. I practically have to tap it against it, but that may just be my transmitter and not the fob. Even with our swipe cards they have to be just as close. <br /><br />They work great and the price is right! We've used these for about 3 years now. I will buy from here again. by Justin P a
ANSWER: On my system, approximately two inches. by Ara R a
QUESTION: Do your proximity fobs have a warranty? by John S 3/10/2016
STAFF ANSWER: One year on the fobs. by Taylor M a
QUESTION: is it pre programmed to work with any compatible system? Thanks by AFONSO F 8/6/2015
ANSWER: It is programmed with a unique ID number. I suggest you do what I and others have done - buy one and see if it works with your system. by Rick C a
QUESTION: We currently us HID 1346 key fobs but the numbers on the back wear off making them difficult to identify. How are these key fobs labeled - I'm looking for something with inkjet or stamped numbers for identification? by P. H 6/10/2015
ANSWER: The ones I purchased had stamped numbers on them with ink. by Melissa K a
ANSWER: The number appears to be inkjet. It will wear off after a lot of use but you can always get the number by bringing up your access control system and scanning the fob. It should display the number. by Michael A a