The WJ-80 is designed to connect JA-80H outdoor keypads or JA-80N RFID readers to a control panel. It provides an output to operate the electric strike of a door lock and is equipped with a wireless door bell transmitter. The WJ-80 can also be used to interface to a third party keypad (reader) which uses Wiegand 26b protocol (e.g. HID RK-40 a RK-10).
The JA-80H was designed to control access (door lock) or to control a security system and connects to the Oasis control panel via a WJ-80 interface. Alternatively it can be connected to an AS-80 unit as a part of a stand-alone access system. The keypad and card reader sends data in Wiegand 26b format.
The RC-86 is designed to remotely control setting/unsetting, trigger panic alarms, and control other appliances. The big advantage is the possibility of configuring it to 433 MHz (JA-60 systems, UC-216, UC-222 receivers etc). The keyfob indicates its flat battery.
The RC-88 is designed to be a remote control for setting/unsetting (arming/disarming) an alarm system, triggering panic alarms or remotely controlling other appliances. The battery-powered wireless button communicates via OASIS radio protocol.
The PC-01 access card is a proximity card (RFID standard EM UNIQUE 125kHz). Up to 50 cards can be used in the system. For higher security each card can be combined with a digital code (PIN). It is possible to print your artwork on the card (using some computer printers).
The JA-81E is a component of Jablotron’s OASiS alarm system and is designed to control and program the system. It has a built-in proximity access card reader and allows the wiring up of a separate door detector. The keypad should be wired to the control panel.
The JA-81F is a component of Jablotron’s OASiS alarm system and is designed tocontrol and program the system. It has a built-in proximity access card reader andallows the wiring up of a separate door detector. The battery-powered keypad communicates wirelessly using OASiS protocol.