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  • GENERAL
  • IDENTIFICATION
  • COMMUNICATION
  • PERIPHERALS
  • DIMENSION
General Features
CRYSTAL TOUCH FAMILY CT9
Display

3.5” touch screen

Operating system

Linux

RFID ISO-protocol

125KHz, 13.56MHz ISO14443A/B, ISO18092 NFC

Contact Standard ISO 7816 1/2/3, Class B,C (3V,1.8V), T=0 and T=1
Contactless cards

-125KHz Prox, 125KHz EM
-13.56MHz Mifare® Classic, Ultralight® (C), Mifare® Plus, DESFire® EV1/EV2, NFC tags

Secure Access Module ISO7816 (T=0,T=1) 1 SAM module, SAM AV2
Mobile ID ISO18092 NFC, BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy)
Keypad Touch screen keypad 12 keypad in 4 rows of 3 keys
Communication interfaces TCP/IP, RS485, Wiegand input, BLE
Access control mode Moible ID, Card or Pin, Card+Pin, Card only, Pin only
Online Card Users/Event logs Unlimited
Offline Card Users/Event logs 10,000 users / 50,000 logs (more on request)
Network/Standalone Both
APB access control Yes, external wiegand reader
Indicator Controllable buzzer and speaker, TP display
I/O port 3* inputs - door contact, door exit, Buzzer control
4* tamper alarm switch, output Buzzer control, Access Granted, Access Denied
Power supply 9-30V DC
Installation Terminal block connector, wall mount or flush mount
IP Protection IP65 waterproof
Operation Temperature -20 ~ +60°C (Avoid exposure to strong UV rays)
Operation Humidity 0-90% relative humidity non-condensing
Certification CE approved

*The specifications are subject to change without notice.


Download
CRYSTAL TOUCH CT9 Datasheet V5.0 October 2021 download
FAQ
  • SYSTEM BUILT
CT9 reader is IP online terminal with embedded web server and TCP/IP to get/post commands to customer's cloud server and build Cloud server managed system. Under network mode, CT9 read smart card ID/Mobile ID or pin code and send to server to identify in server database, if ID/pin code is authorized, server will send command to reader relay output to open door lock. When network is disconnected, CT9 can work as standalone to store 5,000 user cards and 50,000 events. When network gets connection, all the local events will upload to server.