A Guard Tour Monitoring System or Guard Tour Patrol Systemis a system for logging the rounds of employees in a variety of situations such assecurity guardspatrolling property, technicians monitoring climate-controlled environments, and correctional officerschecking prisoner living areas. It helps ensure that the employee makes his or her appointed rounds at the correct intervals and can offer a record for legal or insurance reasons.
System RFID Guard Tour System
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WM-5000V5 system is an updating product on the basis of WM-5000V ; it is with POGO Pin connecter instead of the normal USB port, which makes the device more guard proof and waterproof. With special waterproof pad and adhesive, the reader can work in the water without problem; furthermore, 60000 records can be stored before the next download of data. WM-5000V5 works with RFID tags; with a simple non-contact swipe, the reader can read information from the tags, and then upload all the patrol records to the management software in a computer by a POGO Pin connecting cable; the information reports can demonstrate the guards' patrolling activities .
Silicon tank, metal body with rubber shell outside, super durable
POGO pin connecting cable, high download speed
Non-contact reading of RFID tag
Completely water proof and guard proof
Sabotage absorbent, resistant to electrical shock
Super storage capacity 4Mb Flash, 60000 records
Power off protection
REG colorful LED display
Reading distance ≤ 5 cm
Real time internal clock
RFID tags are constructed to withstand intentional sabotages, which can be read from long distances(0-12cm) and operated in wide temperature ranges.
They are also completely waterproof, and can be sealed inside non-metalic material walls; Button, circle, keyring, nail and cylinder-shaped cards used as guard tour checkpoints.
These can be installed either on or beneath wall surfaces; Key chain-attachable type personnel / incident card used to identify patrol personnel or events and incidents.