Safetrust HID iCLASS SE and multiCLASS SE readers

Safetrust HID iCLASS SE and multiCLASS SE readers

Safetrust Supercharges Existing Readers with Touchless Mobile Access in 30-Seconds

Industry’s First Third-Party Upgrade for HID® iCLASS SE® and multiCLASS SE® Readers

Safetrust brings Touchless Mobile Access and WiFi options to the millions of HID® iCLASS SE® and multiCLASS SE® readers deployed today with their new SABRE MODULETM. The 30-second plug-in makes the SABRE MODULE the fastest way to enable touchless mobile access at the door, turnstile or elevator while using existing readers.

As organizations transition back to the workplace, eliminating community touchpoints of legacy door readers is paramount for employee safety. Unlike traditional cards and keyfobs that in practice are touched at the reader, the SABRE MODULE enables hands-free authentication from a configurable distance. With dynamic credential management, administrators can instantly issue and reissue a secure mobile credential to employees or visitors with the click of a button, removing the need for face-to-face onboarding and handling cards.

“Lifetime warranty should mean for a lifetime,” said Jason Hart, CEO of Safetrust. “We independently developed the SABRE MODULE to extend the useful life of existing HID iCLASS SE and multiCLASS SE readers by adding the connectivity and sensor features that were missing. By adding IoT technology to the reader, organizations can augment their traditional physical access solution and utilize the readers as network-connected sensors for touchless access, presence detection and remote management, in addition to being forward capable as industry standards evolve.”

The SABRE MODULE is WiFi-enabled and supports digital certificate 802.1x authentication, MQTT and SIA OSDP, allowing full remote management of the traditional RFID reader, no matter the reader’s current wiring configuration. The module is made in the USA and comes with a lifetime warranty.


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