HID ProxPoint® Plus Reader is a custom programmed, access control reader suitable for indoor and outdoor mounting. Capable of reading HID cards with formats up to 85 bits, the HID ProxPoint® Plus Reader is a small sized, cost-effective reader that enables secure acess control.
HID ProxPoint® Plus Reader is a small, cost effective access control reader capable of reading card formats up to 85 bits.
Suitable for indoor or outdoor mounting, the HID ProxPoint® Plus offers high reliability, a consistent read range and low power consumption.
Programmed to order, purchase the HID ProxPoint® Plus Reader regularly and we'll be in touch to understand your requirements and gather the details to generate full part number and programming details.
Identification Method: Proximity
Operating Range: 193.04mm
Host Interface: Wiegand
Dimensions: 3.13in x 1.72in x 0.6in
Warranty: 1 Year
A custom programmed HID ProxPoint® Plus Reader
HID Common FAQs
Get answers to common questions about the HID range.
Are all HID products custom programmed?
Yes. We will need your specific system programming information in order to complete your order and provide the correct cards, fobs, or reader.
What information do I need to provide?
What is the ordering process?
Simply select the quantity you require and check out as normal. As soon as we receive your order we’ll be in touch to gather the necessary details from you to generate the full part number and programming details.
I don’t know my programming details, what should I do?
If you have an existing box of cards or fobs, or still have the box for your reader, have a look for a label on the side or the back. This will contain a series of numbers and letters. It may be easier to take a photograph of the label and send us this.
If you don’t have a box, look to see if there’s any information on the reader on the wall.
Failing that, you can send us one of your existing cards and we can forward this onto HID for confirmation of your programming details.
Can I print on my HID cards using my own card printer?
All blank access cards can be personalised using an ID Card Printer.
We recommend a retransfer printer to ensure there is no damage to the chip, however it is also possible to run them through a direct-to-card printer if you avoid printing on the raised chip area of the card.