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KR500H Series

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KR500H Series

Multi-technology Proximity card readers


KR500H is a series of outdoor IP67-rated tamper-resistant multi-technology proximity card readers capable of reading both HID and ZKAccess 125 kHz 26-bit proximity cards.

Due to its conveniently small mullion size, KR500H is the ideal card access solution for any metal doors with thin frames, parking gates, fences, turnstiles or any security device having a narrow mounting surface. KR502H and KR503H are designed for single-gang mounting.

KR500H Series has a built-in Wiegand-Out port which can be connected to most any access control panel (including ZKAccess C3 and InBio door controllers).


• Designed for single-gang mounting

• The ideal card access solution for any metal doors with thin frames

• Can be connected to most any access control panel

Technical Specifications

Supported Card TypesHID 125kHz (also ZKAccess)
KR500H MountingMullions, including metal doors and window frames
KR502H and KR503H MountingMetal or Plastic US Single-gang wall box, as well as at surfaces
Indoor & Outdoor InstallationElectronics sealed in weather and tamper-resistant epoxy potting
KeypadModel KR502H only
LED IndicatorBeep
Wiegand InterfaceWiegand-Out port
Power Supply5 to 16 V DC
Operating Temperature-40°C – 65°C
Operating Humidity20% – 80%
KR500H Dimensions (H x W x D)3.2 x 1.7 x .7 inches (81 x 43 x 18 mm)
KR502H Dimensions (H×W×D)3.9 x 3.9 x 1 inches (117 x 76 x 19 mm)
KR503H Dimensions (H×W×D)4.6 x 3 x .6 inches (117 x 76 x 10 mm)
CertificationsFCC, ICC, CE, C-Tick, ETL Listed
KR500H and KR503H Current draw35 mA typical, 75 mA peak @ 12V DC
KR502H Current draw70 mA typical, 110 mA peak @ 12 VDC
Read rangeKR500H up to 5 inches (126 mm) / KR502/KR503 up to 7 inches (178 mm)
Cabling24 AWG minimum, multi-conductor stranded
with an overall foil shield

ZKTeco Hong Kong


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