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The Gira Keyless in Keypad.
Say ‘goodbye’ for searching for keys.

The Gira Keyless In Keypad opens the door when a personal code is entered. Even a pressureless pressing of the buttons is recognised and is acknowledged with an acoustic signal that can be switched off if desired. This "capacitive technology" allows wear-free operation and thus enables greater security levels. The buttons are spared and no wear can be recognised. This means that it is not possible to discern number combinations which are entered frequently. The characters of the keypad are homogenously backlit with a blue LED. With the Keyless In Keypad up to 255 codes can be managed. The codes may contain up to 32 characters.


 

 

The Gira Keyless in Fingerprint.
Say ‘goodbye’ to searching for keys.

Gira Keyless In Fingerprint is based upon a biometric system and uses probably the oldest attribute for identification: the fingerprint. This is absolutely unique, a feature that together with the latest biometric identification process makes it unbeatable. Gira here works with high-frequency technology, at present one of the most secure methods in the market for keyless entry to a building. The technology recognises a fingerprint with the deepest layers of skin, so that access functions reliably even with light skin soiling, small injuries to the skin surface or gradual change of skin structures due to age. Even children's fingerprints from approximately six years old upwards can be identified by the Gira Keyless Fingerprint, and when the finger grows and changes, the system learns and repeatedly stores the data.



 


 

The Gira Keyless in Transponder.
Say ‘goodbye’ to searching for keys.

The Gira Keyless In Transponder is equipped with long-range transponder technology. The reader responds to the signal from the active transponder key or the transponder card. The battery-operated key can simply stay in the pocket, it transmits its signal automatically depending on the setting starting from 1.5 or 0.75 metres to the door. If this is not desired due to security reasons, operation can be switched to short-range function. The reading distance is then approximately 6 cm, as with the passive transponder card which is additionally available and only works in the immediate area.

Up to 250 keys or cards can be managed per transponder unit. Successful identification of a transponder signal is acknowledged with an acoustic signal that can be switched off if desired. The time period for which far-field relay and near-field relay are activated after the approach of keys or cards can be programmed within the range of 3 to 30 seconds. All keys and cards possess a different code.
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