- QR code reader and barcode reader
- 2.4″ IPS Graphic Display and Touch Keypad
- 3 relays and 4 digital inputs
- Ethernet Communication and WiFi option
- Web programming
- Cloud protocol: direct connectivity to the cloud
- Other protocols to work within the LAN
- Device configuration via WebServer
- Options: Mifare / Desfire reader and Bluetooth reader (BLE)
- Wall mounted and integration in turnstiles
Terminal with QR code reader and barcode reader
Kapri QR is a terminal that reads QR codes and barcodes (ex. UPC, EAN, Cpde128) and sends the information to the application that interprets the data of the QR code.
- Reads the EU Digital COVID Certificate.
- Access control: sports centers, gyms, paddle tennis courts, companies, restricted areas, museums, exhibitions and congresses.
- Time&Attendance Control
- Production Control
2.4″ IPS Graphic Display and Touch Keypad
The Kapri QR terminal has a 2.4” IPS graphic display with excellent visibility from all angles. It has a 4-key capacitive keypad and a beeper.
3 relays and 4 digital inputs
The Kapri QR device includes 3 relays that allow the activation of electric locks, turnstiles, barriers, alarms or other types of devices.
The 4 digital inputs of the terminal can be used to monitor the status of door sensors, limit switches, etc. The equipment has an Anti-Tamper sensor that allows detecting the manipulation of the terminal.
Ethernet Communication and WiFi option
The equipment is connected through its Ethernet port and communication with the application is always done by exchanging JSON objects. Device integration is easy regardless of programming language or operating system.
Kapri QR is available in a WiFi version.
Cloud protocol: direct connectivity to the cloud
Kapri QR always initiates communications. When an event occurs, such as a card being read, it sends a POST command to the application/cloud API server. In response, the application sends a batch of commands to be executed by the terminal, such as displaying messages on the screen and activating relays to allow access.
Some important points about the Cloud protocol
– Kapri initiates any communication.
– Communications are secure when the cloud uses the https protocol.
– No driver installation is required.
Other protocols to work within the LAN
The Kapri QR terminal also offers the following communication protocols:
*If you need more information, please check the Communication Protocols tab.
Options: Mifare / Desfire reader and Bluetooth reader (BLE)
As an option, you can add a 125kHz RFID reader or a Mifare / Desfire card reader (allows to read the UID and memory sectors of the card).
With the Bluetooth (BLE) option, the user can be identified by means of a high security virtual mobile card.