Access Control
Product Catalogue
Introduction & Profile
Introduction
Welcome to the 2004 edition of Bewator’s Access Control Product Catalogue. We hope you find all
the necessary information required to buy and install a wide variety of innovative access control
solutions.
This guide should act as a useful tool for sourcing any of your access control requirements and
prove an effective point of reference. If however, you need any further assistance please contact us
by phone or visit our website.
Profile
Bewator is a leading international security group that develops and markets products and systems
within the area of Access Security. Bewator has some 300 employees with group headquarters in
Solna, Sweden and subsidiaries in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Germany, U.K., Belgium, The
Netherlands and Canada.
In 2002, Bewator celebrated its 25th year of security technology innovation.
Whether you specify, integrate or install security systems, you need solutions that are flexible
enough to meet your requirements of today, whilst allowing for systems to be expanded or
upgraded at a later date.
Introduction & Profile
Bewator Access Control products are designed with your requirements in mind and will help you
get the best from your Security System.
With innovative solutions, high quality products, and a strong commitment to customer service,
Bewator is the partner of choice of Security professionals around the world. Bewator Ltd is part of
the Bewator Group, a major player in the Security markets worldwide, with it’s headquarters in
Sweden.
The group focuses on 3 business areas: Access Control, Video Control and Parking Control.
Development and manufacturing expertise in these areas puts Bewator Group at the cutting edge
of modern security practice, by combining diverse technologies and systems to provide fully
integrated security solutions.
Bewator’s UK division is an active member of the British Security Industry Association and is ISO
9001 approved. All our products meet international standards, including FCC, R&TTE and CE.
With Bewator solutions you can relax, safe in the knowledge that a 25-year pedigree of quality and
excellence will provide you with practical, cost effective security solutions wherever you are in the
world.
Bewator’s major shareholder is EQT, founded by Investor AB, a holding company in the Wallenberg
Group, Investor AB also has controlling interests in other leading Swedish international companies
such as SAAB, Electrolux, SKF, Atlas Copco, Ericsson, ABB and AstraZeneca.
Keeping close contact
at all times...
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Contents
Page No.
• Why Bewator Access Control ?
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• Technical Services
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• Compact Codelocks
6-10
• Compact Cardreaders
12-15
• Single Door Standalone Controller
16-21
• Bewator Entro
22-30
• Reader Technology
32-41
• Cards & Tags
42-45
• Door Entry Phone Systems
46-52
• Installation Accessories
54-61
• Who uses Bewator Products?
63
• Glossary of Access Terms
64-66
• Conditions of Sale
67-69
• How To Find Us... / Contact Details
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Contents
Product Guide
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Why Bewator
Access Control ?
Why Bewator Access Control ?
Why choose Bewator Access Control ?
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Quality, innovative products and systems
Patented Cotag® Hands-Free technology
Simple to install products
Established for over 25 years serving markets worldwide
Excellent service and support capabilities
Comprehensive training facilities
Strong partnerships with Distributors and System Integrators
Products and systems installed in major businesses and organisations around the world
Comprehensive range of Access Control products and systems
Forward thinking product development strategies
Systems & solutions for any type of organisation and application
Global Presence
Bewator is represented in over 45 other countries around the world by local reseller networks.
Bewator AS
Norway
Bewator NV/SA
Belgium
Bewator Holding AB
Solna, Sweden
Bewator AB
Solna, Sweden
Cale Access AB
Solna, Sweden
Parking Service Office
Birmingham, UK
Cale BriParc Ltd
Tonbridge, UK
Bewator Ltd
Newport, UK
Cale Deutschland GmbH
Germany
Bewator Oy
Finland
Bewator A/S
Denmark
Bewator BV
Netherlands
Bewator GmbH
Germany
Montreal, Canada
Cale Systems Inc.
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Technical Services
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Bewator Limited aims to be a product supplier with a difference. Standing out from
its competitors, the company has an After Sales Services Division offering expert
post-sales technical support and troubleshooting to assist Installers and Dealers
during installation and configuration of all Bewator Limited branded products.
If your engineers need that bit of extra technical information then help is at hand.
Call our technical support teams on 01633 821000
Technical Support
Telephone support is a FREE service – please be aware that demand can be variable
and we do have busy periods. On such occasions, leave your return contact details so
that we can call you back as soon as we are able. We can also offer expert database
analysis, this may involve a small cost.
Operator Training
Operator and end user training at our offices is free of charge and is booked on a first
come first served basis. Dates and locations are not flexible so please ensure that
your customers know where and when the courses have been booked for them.
Training Visits
Separate to our standard training courses, we can offer tailored training for your
particular requirements. You will be asked to fill in a training visit request form and
to supply a purchase order before the training visit takes place.
For training visits outside England and Wales it is possible to combine your needs
with other resellers in your area. A longer more structured course can then be
arranged.
On-Site Services
• System Commissioning
• Service calls
• End user training
• Problem diagnosis
• Tailored engineer training
• Just need a helping hand?
Our field service engineers are available at short notice, to compliment your own
service staff. At a competitive daily rate, you will be able to sell not just equipment,
but also premium levels of Service and Backup without the expense of employing
your own high level engineers. This offers a significant saving to you and piece of
mind for your customers!
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Technical Services
Technical Training
Full technical training courses are available for all of the current Bewator Limited
Access Control products and systems. Course length and structure varies, enabling
you to pick individual day modules from our standard material. Call us on
01633 821000 or visit our website www.bewator.co.uk for details and prices.
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Compact Codelocks
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Enhanced range
Improved features
Simple installation
Rugged and reliable
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Compact Codelocks
Bewator produces the best selling range of Codelocks in the world. Security
installers, locksmiths and electrical contractors on six continents make Bewator
Codelocks their natural choice. Bewator Codelocks ensure that external and
internal doors are opened and locked without resorting to keys which can easily
be lost, copied or stolen.
By specifying Bewator Codelocks, commercial and private property is protected
and personal safety is increased.
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Compact Codelocks
K-42
Model No.
General Description
K-44 DUO
K-12
The world’s most popular
Codelock, a modern design for
outdoor use. Easy to use, simple
to install, it comes with 2 codes,
enabling one to be issued to
caretakers and tradesmen whilst
the other code is reserved for
tenants or employees.
The top of the range Codelock,
programmable via the keypad.
Indoor or outdoor use, surface
mount, back-lit keypad.
It comes factory set with four
codes but is expandable up to
30 codes. Incorporating a door
bell feature and duress facility
to signal a silent alarm to the
security services should
assistance be required.
Single door Codelock with
Alarm Bypass incorporating
Alarm Bypass functionality.
Four code combinations, can also
be set to advanced mode (30
codes, 20 x 4 and 10 x 6 digit).
2 relay outputs, door control
and alarm control. Suitable for
both indoor or outdoor use.
Surface mount design. Back-lit
keypad for low light conditions.
2-Four digit codes
20 Four-digit codes
10 Six-digit codes
20 Four-digit codes
10 Six-digit codes
Timing Code Disable
External contact for each code
External contacts for
Group 1 & 2 codes
External contacts for
Group 1 & 2 codes
Programming
Internal links
Via Keypad
Via Keypad
Outputs
One voltage-free contact
Two voltage-free contacts
Two voltage-free contacts
Duress
N/A
Add 1 to last number in code
Supported
Lock Relay Operating
Time
01 - 30 seconds
01 - 99 seconds
01 - 99 seconds
Random Search
Protection
Delay
3 incorrect codes disables
further attempts
3 incorrect codes disables further
attempts
Remote Door Release
External contact
External contact
External contact
Housing
Cast Metal, S/Steel buttons
Cast metal, S/Steel buttons
Cast metal, S/Steel buttons
Housing Security
Security lock (Stainless Steel)
Security lock (Stainless Steel)
Security lock (Stainless Steel)
Max Relay Loading
2 amp 30V d.c.
2 amp 30V d.c.
2amp 28V d.c
Power Supply
12-24V DC or 18-24V AC
10-35V DC or 8-24V AC
10-35V DC or 8-24V AC
Power Consumption
35mA
75mA
90mA
Dimensions (mm)
140H x 80W x 40D
140H x 80W x 40D
140H x 80W x 40D
Mounting Height (mm)
1200 - 1400
1200 - 1400
1200 - 1400
Length of Code
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Schematics
TA12DCR
POWER
SUPPLY
Typical standard installation
for: K-42 & K-44 & K12.
TA12DCR
POWER
SUPPLY
For K-44 Codelock only.
Installation of SK-5 Security
Unit. SK-5 used in high
security areas to prevent
unauthorised persons opening
the electric release by
connecting a battery across
the outgoing conductors.
K-44
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Accessories & Applications
Accessories
BB3
Flush mount kit for K-42, K-44 DUO and K-12 Codelocks
TA12DCR
12V DC regulated PSU at 1.5 amperes
SH-2
Rain Hood for Codelocks
MK-814
Remote override/exit button
WG2001-SG
Break glass unit. Green, surface mount. Single pole
SK-5
Security relay, prevents illegal entry from keypad (K-44 DUO only)
(For the full range of accessories, PSUs, door releases, spy proof covers, additional weather protection, Reader head
cleaning kit and spare locks and keys please see page 54).
Applications
Codelocks are ideal for commercial and residential premises, such as apartment blocks. Allowing separate codes
for differing users, e.g. employees, tenants or tradesmen, thereby restricting access to any unwanted visitors.
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Codelock Kits & Accessories
A range of standard complete kits offering considerable savings from the normal retail price.
For easy shelf stacking and recognition, all kits are supplied in strong plain white cardboard boxes with a wrap
round label showing: Kit number, product, serial number and a list of components. Each kit is supplied with all
necessary manuals. Kits carry a three year warranty from the date of purchase.
Codelock Kits - Cost Effective Solutions
(Please see the relevant product pages for more detailed specifications of the individual products).
Kit
Kit
Kit
Kit
Kit
Kit
Kit
number
1
2
3
4
5
6
Controller
K-42 Codelock
K-42 Codelock
K-42 Codelock
K-44 DUO Codelock
K-44 DUO Codelock
K-44 DUO Codelock
Power Supply
TA12 DCR
TA12 DCR
TA12 DCR
TA12 DCR
TA12 DCR
TA12 DCR
Ancillaries
MK-814 Remote override/exit button
209-12V door release (fail-safe)
206-12V door release (fail-secure)
MK-814 Remote override/exit button
209-12V door release (fail-safe)
206-12V door release (fail-secure)
A range of standard kits designed for the security installer.
Accessories
BB3
Flush Mounting Kit for K-42, K-44 DUO and K-12 Codelocks
SH-2
Rain Hood for Codelocks
MK-814
Remote override/exit button
WG2001-SG
Break glass unit. Green, surface mount. Single pole
SK-5
Security relay, prevents illegal entry from keypad (K-44 DUO only)
(For the full range of accessories, PSUs, door releases, spy proof covers, additional weather protection,
Reader head cleaning kit and spare locks and keys please see page 54).
Kit 1
Kit 5
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Compact Cardreaders
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• Effective security whilst allowing freedom of movement
• Choose from Magnetic Stripe or Proximity technology
• Combined PIN number and card provides greater
security and user flexibility
• Tough high quality robust construction
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Compact Cardreaders
Bewator Access Control Systems provide a secure method of protecting doors,
whilst causing as little restriction as possible on freedom of movement. As part
of this ‘free-flowing’ security, Bewator has produced a range of Compact
Cardreaders. These are available in two different technologies, Magnetic
Stripe or Proximity. Bewator’s Compact Cardreaders are easy to install and
provide a high level of security whilst maximising freedom of movement within
a business environment.
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Compact Cardreaders
BC-615
BC-402
Model No.
BC-615Prox
General Description
Magnetic stripe, card only
reader, for use on one door.
Surface mounted and suitable
for internal or external use.
Programmed by IB-402 shadow
cards.
Compact, Magnetic Stripe and
PIN reader for one internal or
external door. Access
registration, built in clock, printer
output, programmed via keypad
and fully upgradeable in Bewator
Entro. Surface mount with
back-lit keyboard and designed
to be weatherproof to IP55
Compact, Proximity and PIN
reader for one internal or
external door. Access
registration, built in clock,
printer output, programmed
via keypad and fully
upgradeable in Bewator Entro.
Surface mount with back-lit
keyboard and designed to be
weatherproof to IP55
Dimensions (mm)
89H x 34W x 34D
160H x 110W x 47D
160H x 110W x 47D
Temperature Range
–20ºC to +60ºC
non-condensing
-35° to +50°C, at 90 %
relative air humidity
-35° to +50°C, at 90 %
relative air humidity
Power Supply
12-16V d.c. or a.c.
12-24 V AC/DC
12-35 V DC
Power Consumption
80mA
100mA
100mA
Card Capacity
200
1000
1000
Remote Door Release
External contact
External contact
External contact
Housing
Zinc casting lacquered metallic
paint finish
Zinc casting lacquered
metallic paint finish
Zinc casting lacquered metallic
paint finish
Security Levels
N/A
Open, common code, card,card
+ pin, no access, toggle
Open, common code, card,card
+ pin, no access, toggle
Reading Range
N/A
N/A
Active cards: approx. 10 cm.
Passive cards: approx. 3 cm.
Lock
N/A
Security lock
Security lock
Time Zones
N/A
15 time zones grouped into up
to15 time schedules
15 time zones grouped into up
to15 time schedules
Duress
N/A
YES
YES
Tamper Output
N/A
YES
YES
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Cards & Tags, Accessories
& Applications
Cards & Tags
IB-1
CR80M
IB-402
IB-968
IB-961
IB-958
IB-958M
IB-928
IB-928***
IB-911
Magnetic Stripe Card, Factory encoded, supplied sequentially
Blank Magnetic Stripe Card, Factory encoded, supplied sequentially, Suitable for Photo ID
Master Card & 200 Shadow card pack for BC-402, Uses standard IB-1 or CR80M for user cards
Passive encoded clamshell card
Passive encoded keyring tag
Passive encoded ISO laminated card, suitable for Photo ID
Passive encoded ISO laminated card with magstripe, suitable for Photo ID
Active Clamshell encoded card
Active encoded coloured clamshell card, available in Blue, Clear, Purple, Red or Green
Active encoded keyring tag
(For a full description of Bewator’s Cards & Tags and Read Ranges please see page 42).
Accessories
MOUNTING
BB4
SH-4
CR1
TA12DCR
MK-814
WG2001-SG
BC-402 Cardreader mounting plate for uneven surfaces
Flush mount kit for BC-615 Compact Cardreaders
Rain Hood for BC-615 Compact Cardreaders
Reader Interface for BC-615 Compact Cardreader when being networked with Bewator
Entro (One per Reader)
12V DC regulated PSU at 1.5 amperes
Remote override/exit button
Break glass unit. Green, surface mount. Single pole
(For the full range of accessories, PSUs, door releases, spy proof covers, additional weather protection, Reader head
cleaning kit and spare locks and keys please see page 54).
Applications
Bewator’s Compact Cardreaders provide a high level of security whilst maximising freedom of movement
within a business environment.
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Compact Cardreader Kits
A range of standard complete kits offering considerable savings from the normal retail price.
For easy shelf stacking and recognition, all kits are supplied in strong plain white cardboard boxes with a wrap
round label showing: Kit number, product, serial number and a list of components. Each kit is supplied with all
necessary manuals.
Cardreader Kits - Cost Effective Solutions
(Please see the relevant product pages for more detailed specifications of the individual products).
Kit
Kit
Kit
Kit
number
7
10
15
Controller
BC-402 Compact Cardreader
BC-615 Compact Cardreader
BC-615Prox Compact Cardreader
Power Supply
TA12 DCR
TA12 DCR
TA12 DCR
Ancillaries
IB-402 card pack+50 x IB-I cards
50 x IB-I cards
50x IB-968 cards
A range of standard kits designed for the security installer.
Cards & Tags
IB-1
CR80M
IB-402
IB-968
IB-961
IB-958
IB-958M
IB-928
IB-928***
IB-911
Magnetic Stripe Card, Factory encoded, supplied sequentially
Blank Magnetic Stripe Card, Factory encoded, supplied sequentially. Suitable for Photo ID
Master Card & 200 Shadow card pack for BC-402, Uses standard IB-1 or CR80M for user cards
Passive encoded clamshell card
Passive encoded keyring tag
Passive encoded ISO laminated card, suitable for Photo ID
Passive encoded ISO laminated card with magstripe, suitable for Photo ID
Active Clamshell encoded card
Active encoded coloured clamshell card, available in Blue, Clear, Purple, Red or Green
Active encoded keyring tag
(For a full description of Bewator’s Cards & Tags and Read Ranges please see page 42).
Accessories
MOUNTING
BB4
SH-4
CR1
MK-814
WG2001-SG
BC-402 Cardreader mounting plate for uneven surfaces
Flush Mounting Kit for BC-615 Compact Cardreaders
Rain Hood for BC-615 Compact Cardreaders
Reader Interface for BC-615 Compact Cardreader when being networked with Bewator Entro
(One per Reader)
Remote override/exit button
Break glass unit. Green, surface mount. Single pole
(For the full range of accessories, PSUs, door releases, spy proof covers, additional weather protection, Reader head
cleaning kit and spare locks and keys please see page 54).
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Bewator’s Single Door Standalone Controller can be used with the full suite of
Bewator’s Readers, be it Hands-Free, Proximity or Magstripe.
These controllers have memory storage for up to 8000 users, 15 Time Zones
and 15 Time Schedules and can also be used for such functions as a bank
lobby where a common card is used or Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI).
• Easy to install
• Greater security with separate controller
and reader configuration
• Can use the full range of Bewator Readers
• Low maintenance
• Memory for up to 8000 users
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Single Door Standalone Controller
Single Door
Standalone Controller
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Door Controller
BC-640-KP
Model No.
General Description
Programmable Single Door Standalone Controller with integral keypad for
programming, designed for split mounting at one door. Connects to a Hands-Free,
Proximity or Magnetic Stripe Card Reader. Alarm by-pass, anti-pass back and day/night
lock possible. Calendar clock for automatic change of security levels. Registration and
event printing. Features common card functionality allowing use in bank lobbies.
Dimensions (mm)
140H x 200W x 60D
Temperature Range
–35ºC to +50ºC , at 90%
relative air humidity
Power Supply
8-28V AC, 10-40V DC
Power Consumption
100mA in standby, 180mA with
all relays activated
Card Capacity
8000
Remote Door Release
External contact
Housing
Wall mounted housing with security lock
Security Levels
Open, common code, card,
card + pin, no access
Lock
Security Lock
Time Zones
15
Door Capacity
1
Tamper Output
Tamperswitch for internal control
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Readers
Model No.
PR500-AB
SP500-AB
PM500-AB
HD500-2-AB
Heavy Duty Proximity
Reader.
Solid construction in
stainless steel and
polcarbonate, ideal for
use in locations
vulnerable to physical
attack. Tamperproof
fixings. Up to 30cm
read range with Active
cards & tags, 10cm
with Passive cards &
tags. Suitable for
internal or external use
General Description
Proximity Reader
Mullion Mount, stone
colour, clear
unambiguous status
LEDs and integral
sounder.
Up to 30cm read
range with Active
cards & tags, 10cm
with Passive cards &
tags. Suitable for
internal or external
use
Switch Plate Proximity
Reader.
Designed to utilise preinstalled back-boxes for
ease of installation. ABS
housing, up to 30cm
read range with Active
cards & Tags, 10cm with
Passive cards & tags.
Suitable for internal or
external use
Panel Mount Proximity
Reader.
Designed for fitment into
3rd panels such as Door
Entry Phones. Impact
resistant polycarbonate
housing. Up to 28cm read
range with Active cards and
tags, 10cm with Passive
cards & tags. Suitable for
internal or external use
Model No.
BC-43Prox
HF500-Entro
BC-5511
BC-5270
General Description
Proximity Reader
with keypad.
Integral Proximity
Cardreader with
PINpad. Up to 10cm
read range with
Active cards & tags,
3cm with Passive
cards & tags.
Suitable for internal
or external use.
Hands-Free Reader
Features Cotag® Active
Technology.
Modern stylish design,
stone colour. Up to 1
metre read range with
Active cards & tags,
30cm with Passive cards
& tags. Internal use only
Hands-Free Reader Pack.
As above, but allows for
external fitting using a
HF100 Reading Head
(external use) and a BC5311 Interface (internal
use only)
Integrated loop Reader
Pack Features Cotag®
Technology.
Provides, by a buried
loop in the ground or
round a door, a read
range of up to 2 metres.
Use only Active cards &
tags. Internal use only
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Readers
Model No.
General Description
BC-5516
Loop Reader Pack
Allows external fitting using a
BC-270 Loop Coupler
(external use) and a BC-5311
Interface (internal use only).
Suitable for Automatic Vehicle
Identification (AVI)
BC-16
Card-only Reader
Magnetic Stripe Card-only
Reader. For uneven surfaces
use the mounting plate.
Suitable for external or
internal use
BC-43
Magnetic Stripe Card
Reader with keypad.
Magnetic Stripe Card and
keypad Reader. Suitable for
external or internal use.
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Cards and Tags
Accessories & Applications
Cards & Tags
IB-968
IB-961
IB-958
IB-958M
IB-928
IB-928***
IB-911
IB-970
IB-1
CR80M
Passive encoded clamshell card
Passive encoded keyring tag
Passive encoded ISO laminated card, suitable for Photo ID
Passive encoded ISO laminated card with magstripe, suitable for Photo ID
Active Clamshell encoded card
Active encoded coloured clamshell card, available in Blue, Clear, Purple, Red or Green
Active encoded keyring tag
Active encoded vehicle tag (attaches to underside of vehicle)
Magnetic Stripe Card, Factory encoded, supplied sequentially
Blank Magnetic Stripe Card, Factory encoded, supplied sequentially, Suitable for Photo ID
(For a full description of Bewator’s Cards & Tags and Read Ranges please see page 42).
Accessories
MULTI-BOX
MOUNTING
BB4
SH-4
TA12DCR
MK-814
WG2001-SG
Used to connect two Readers to the input of a BC-640-KP
BC-402 Cardreader mounting plate for uneven surfaces
Flush mount kit for BC-43 Cardreaders
Rain Hood for BC-43 Cardreaders
12V DC regulated PSU at 1.5 amperes
Remote override/exit button
Break glass unit. Green, surface mount. Single pole
(For the full range of accessories, PSUs, door releases, spy proof covers, additional weather protection, Reader head
cleaning kit and spare locks and keys please see page 54).
Applications
The Single Door Standalone Controller when used in conjunction with Bewator’s range of Readers offer a
higher level of security and has a multitude of applications. One such application is in Bank Lobbies. By using
the unique numbers that prefix each individual bank’s cards access can be granted to only their customers.
Another application is Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI). RFID tagging of vehicles creates particular
technical challenges due to physical vibration, stone damage and especially electrical noise caused by the
ignition system and electronic equipment. Bewator’s Patented Cotag® Technology provides a solution for use
in car parking and fleet management applications, overcoming these problems and provides a fast reliable
solution using Bewator’s BC-640-KP Single Door Standalone Controller, BC-5516 Loop Reader Pack and IB-970
Vehicle Tags.
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Schematics
PSU
PR500
Exit request
BC-640-KP
Lock
Optional Printer
TA12DCR
PSU
AVI Ground Loop
BC-640-KP
Controller
BC-5516 Loop Reader Pack
Optional
Printer
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BEWATOR ENTRO
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• PC Based modular access control system
• Can cater for up to 512 doors and 12,000 people
• Simple system configuration
• Improved operating flexibility
• Extensive range of Reading Solutions and
card options
• Integral Reservation Function
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BEWATOR ENTRO
The award winning Bewator Entro system is suitable for commercial and
industrial premises, institutions such as hospitals, or indeed any establishment
requiring an effective Access Security Solution. Simplicity is one of Entro’s
most important qualities.
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System Introduction
Bewator Entro is an access control system developed for companies and organisations requiring a high level of
security whilst at the same time being user-friendly and simple to manage. By avoiding the insecurity of keys
which often get misplaced, Bewator Entro instead enables authorised individuals to use a card or a token to
gain access into protected areas. Assigning who can come in, where they can go and at which times is easily
managed from a standard PC running the Entro software. Should an individual’s card be lost or stolen, it can
easily and quickly be disabled preventing its unauthorised use to gain entry. In addition, Bewator Entro can
also be used in conjunction with an intruder alarm system, thus simplifying and streamlining ‘keyholder’ arming
and disarming procedures.
The system uses distributed intelligence via SR32i Segment Controllers, which hold all the necessary
information for system operation, whilst the PC is only used for programming and monitoring. There are five
Segment Controllers available - 2, 4, 8, 16 and 32 - allowing costs to be optimised for different system sizes.
Up to sixteen Segment Controllers can be connected to a bus.
The DC-11 or DC-21 Door Controllers are connected to the Segment Controllers. The type chosen depends
on the functions required for each door in question. The Door Controllers are in turn connected to the Reader
at the door. The system can utilise the complete range of Bewator Readers, from Proximity, Hands-Free,
Magnetic Stripe to Smart Cards.
Bewator Entro also supports connection via TCP/IP over a LAN or WAN and also features an Integral
Reservation Booking Function, which allows certain people or groups to reserve access to premises at
particular times. This is ideal for conference rooms, squash courts and other leisure facilities. Reservations are
made via the Internet or from Bewator’s InfoPoint IP810 touch screen reservation terminal next to the location
in question.
Despite being able to cater for up to 512 doors, 12,000 card holders, 160 time schedules, 240 access groups
and 128 zones, Entro 4 is one of the simplest systems to install and using Bewator's Starter Packs and Reader
Packs, it is now more cost effective and easier to specify.
Configuration Example
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BEWATOR ENTRO Software
General Description
A user-friendly Windows based software for use with Bewator’s Entro System hardware.
Connections can either be direct via RS232, dial up via modem or over a LAN or WAN via TCP/IP
Standard features include global anti-passback, roll call, door monitoring, lift control option, alarm
bypass and control functions
Basic PC
Requirements
Pentium II 266MHz
64 Mb RAM
Min. 20 MB free space on hard disc
CD-ROM drive
Min. VGA monitor
Local Area Network connection (Ethernet 10 Mbit)
Serial port for SR32i/modem
Parallell printer port
Windows 98/2000/XP or Windows NT version 4.0 or later
Communication port with UART 16C550 (or better)
Basic Network
Requirements
Twisted-pair Ethernet 10 MBit (10 Base-T)
Static/permanent IP-address for SR32i
Access to SNTP Server when using TCP/IP connectivity
Permanent Internet connection of SR32i when Internet is used
DNS is not used
System Features
10 System administrators in 3 levels plus dedicated Installer Screen
Compatible with Windows 98/2000/XP or Windows NT version 4.0
Supplied on CD complete with documentation
System Capacity
512 doors
12,000 cardholders
160 time schedules
240 access groups
128 zones (alarm, anti-passback, roll call and entrance limitations)
7 half days, 14 holidays and 4 holiday periods in each time schedule
Up to 1000 sub-systems can be controlled
Integral Reservation
Function Capacity
An Integral Reservation Function allowing certain people or groups to reserve access to premises
at particular times. Ideal for conference rooms, squash courts, and other leisure facilities.
Reservations are made via the Internet or from the InfoPoint IP810 Touch Screen Terminal next to
the location in question. Requires use of CF8 SR32i Memory Card
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BEWATOR ENTRO Packs
Entro 4 Packs - Cost Effective Solutions
A range of standard Entro 4 Starter packs and Reader Packs offering considerable
savings from the normal recommended retail prices.
BEWATOR ENTRO Packs
Starter Packs
ENTSTPK2R
Two Reader Proximity Starter Pack. Consists of Entro 4 software and
Support Pack, 1 x SR32i-4 Segment Controller, 2 x PR500-AB
Proximity Readers and 2 x DC-11 Door Controllers
x2
ENTSTPK4R
Four Reader Proximity Starter Pack. Consists of Entro 4 software and
Support Pack, 1 x SR32i-4 Segment Controller, 4 x PR500-AB
Proximity Readers and 4 x DC-11 Door Controllers
x4
x2
x4
Reader Packs
ENTPRXPK
Proximity Reader Pack. Consists of 1 x PR500-AB
Proximity Reader and 1 x DC-11 Door Controller
ENTHFPK
Hands-Free Reader Pack. Consists of 1 x HF500-Entro
Hands-Free Reader (internal use only) and 1 x DC-11 Door Controller
ENTMAGPK
Magnetic Stripe Reader Pack. Consists of 1 x BC-16 Card-only
Reader and 1 x DC-11 Door Controller
PC Support Packs
Entro 4 PC Support Pack. Includes Entro version 4 software and manuals.
Compatible with Windows 98/2000/XP and NT version 4 or later
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Segment Controllers
SR32i-2, 4, 8, 16, 32
Model No.
General Description
Entro Segment Controller. There are five variants – SR32i-2, SR32i-4, SR32i-8, SR32i-16 and SR32i32. Requires Entro software version 4.1.
PLEASE NOTE that the old SR32 Segment Controllers will only work on previous versions of Entro
and are not compatible with Entro version 4. It is not possible to mix SR32 and SR32i Segment
Controller on the same site/system. For extensions to installations using previous versions of Entro
please consult our Customer Support team for pricing and availability.
Dimensions (mm)
140H x 200W x 60D
Temperature Range
0° to +50°C
Weatherproof
Internal use only
Power Supply
8-40V DC or 8-30V AC
Power Consumption
250mA
Housing
Glass reinforced polycarbonate, tamper protected, lockable housing for wall mounting
Door Capacity
2, 4, 8, 16, 32 - Dependant on which SR32i is used i.e. SR32i-2, SR32i-4, SR32i-8, SR32i-16, SR32i-32
Interfaces
10 Base-T 10 Mbit connection for Ethernet. Expansion slot for CF8 memory card (flash)
RS232 Interface
RS232 for PC, modem or printer - max 25 metres
RS485 Interface
RS485 for connection of up to 16 Segment Controllers and connection of doors
Cable Length
Maximum 1000 metres
Memory Backup
10 years
Tamper Protection
Tamper switch with internal alarm
Inputs
Power supply failure warning signal (normally closed)
Outputs
Common alarm (impulse 2 seconds)
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Door Controllers
DC-11
Model No.
DC-21
General Description
Door Controller for 1 door with 1 Reader
Advanced Door Controller for 1 door with 1
Reader. Features include 30 priority group cards,
alarm by-pass control and lock monitoring
Dimensions (mm)
140H x 200W x 60D
140H x 200W x 60D
Temperature Range
-35° to +50°C
-35° to +50°C
Weatherproof
Internal use only
Internal use only
Power Supply
8-40V DC or 8-30V AC
8-40V DC or 8-30V AC
Power Consumption
120Ma max
120Ma max
Housing
Glass reinforced polycarbonate, tamper
protected, lockable housing for wall
mounting
Glass reinforced polycarbonate, tamper
protected, lockable housing for wall mounting
Remote Door
Release (Egress)
External contact
External contact
Interfaces
RS485 connection to SR32i Segment
Controller. BC link or clock/data to
reader
RS485 connection to SR32i Segment Controller.
BC link or clock/data to reader
Outputs
Voltage-free relay contact, max2A, 30V
Voltage-free relay contact, max2A, 30V.
Additional 3 x voltage-free relays for alarm
bypass, door held warning and alert relay
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Readers
Model No.
PR500-AB
SP500-AB
PM500-AB
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HD500-2-AB
Heavy Duty Proximity
Reader.
Solid construction in
stainless steel and
polcarbonate, ideal for
use in locations
vulnerable to physical
attack. Tamperproof
fixings. Up to 30cm
read range with Active
cards & tags, 10cm
with Passive cards &
tags. Suitable for
internal or external use
General Description
Proximity Reader
Mullion Mount, stone
colour, clear
unambiguous status
LEDs and integral
sounder.
Up to 30cm read
range with Active
cards & tags, 10cm
with Passive cards &
tags. Suitable for
internal or external
use
Switch Plate Proximity
Reader.
Designed to utilise preinstalled back-boxes for
ease of installation. ABS
housing, up to 30cm
read range with Active
cards & Tags, 10cm with
Passive cards & tags.
Suitable for internal or
external use
Panel Mount Proximity
Reader.
Designed for fitment into
3rd panels such as Door
Entry Phones. Impact
resistant polycarbonate
housing. Up to 28cm read
range with Active cards and
tags, 10cm with Passive
cards & tags. Suitable for
internal or external use
Model No.
BC-43Prox
HF500-Entro
BC-5511
BC-5270
General Description
Proximity Reader
with keypad.
Integral Proximity
Cardreader with
PINpad. Up to 10cm
read range with
Active cards & tags,
3cm with Passive
cards & tags.
Suitable for internal
or external use
Hands-Free Reader
Features Cotag® Active
Technology.
Modern stylish design,
stone colour. Up to 1
metre read range with
Active cards & tags,
30cm with Passive cards
& tags. Internal use only
Hands-Free Reader Pack.
As above, but allows for
external fitting using a
HF100 Reading Head
(external use) and a BC5311 Interface (internal
use only)
Integrated loop Reader
Pack Features Cotag®
Technology.
Provides, by a buried
loop in the ground or
round a door, a read
range of up to 2 metres.
Use only Active cards &
tags. Internal use only
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Readers
Model No.
General Description
Model No.
General Description
BC-5516
Loop Reader Pack
Allows external
fitting using a
BC-270 Loop
Coupler (external
use) and a BC-5311
Interface (internal
use only). Suitable
for automatic Vehicle
Identification (AVI)
SM-501
Smart Card Reader.
Contactless Mifare®
Smart Card Reader.
Jumper selectable
Operating
parameters and
interface protocols.
Suitable for internal
use only
BC-16
BC-43
M-43
Card-only Reader.
Magnetic Stripe Cardonly Reader.
For uneven surfaces use
the mounting plate.
Suitable for external or
internal use
Magnetic Stripe Card
Reader with keypad.
Magnetic Stripe Card and
keypad Reader. Suitable for
external or internal use
Keypad only.
May also be used in
parallel with
Proximity or HandsFree Readers
SM-501K
DT-05
DT-05Prox
Magnetic Cardreader
with keypad for direct
connection to any SR32i
Segment Controller,
without the use of a Door
Controller. Suitable for
doors not requiring high
security
Proximity Reader
with keypad for direct
connection to any
SR32i Segment
Controller, without the
use of a Door
Controller. Suitable for
doors not requiring
high security
Smart Card Reader.
Contactless Mifare®
Smart Card Reader with
keypad. Jumper
selectable operating
parameters and interface
protocols. Suitable for
internal use only
(For a full description of Bewator's Cards & Tags and Read Ranges please see page 42).
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Cards & Tags
Accessories & Applications
Cards & Tags
IB-968
IB-961
IB-958
IB-958M
IB-928
IB-928***
IB-911
IB-970
IB-1
CR80M
SC558
Passive encoded clamshell card
Passive encoded keyring tag
Passive encoded ISO laminated card, suitable for Photo ID
Passive encoded ISO laminated card with magstripe, suitable for Photo ID
Active clamshell encoded card
Active encoded coloured clamshell card, available in Blue, Clear, Purple, Red or Green
Active encoded keyring tag
Active encoded vehicle tag (attaches to underside of vehicle)
Magnetic Stripe Card. Factory encoded, supplied sequentially
Blank Magnetic Stripe Card. Factory encoded, supplied sequentially. Suitable for Photo ID
Mifare® Smart Card
(For a full description of Bewator's Cards & Tags and Read Ranges please see page 42).
Accessories
DC01
IOR6
IP810
MULTI-BOX
MOUNTING
BB4
BB7
SH-4
MK-814
WG2001-SG
CF8
BA212
MODEM-DU-HST
MODEM-DU-REM
Door Interface for controlling doors without a reader. Used for general control like timing
functions or door monitoring
Input/Output Unit, Four inputs and six outputs. Intended for use in elevator control
applications such as machine control
Touch Screen Reservation Terminal for Integrated Reservation Function, TCP/IP based,
colour screen, keypad and integral Proximity Reader
Used to connect two Readers to the input of a DC-11 or DC-21
(In and Out Readers - no antipassback)
BC-16 Cardreader mounting plate for uneven surfaces
Flush Mounting Kit for BC-43 & DT-05 Cardreaders
Flush Mounting Kit for InfoPoint Reservation Terminal
Rain Hood for BC-43 & DT-05 Cardreaders
Remote override/exit button
Break glass unit. Green, surface mount. Single pole
SR32i Memory Card for Integral Reservation Function, inserted in
dedicated slot in SR32i Segment Controller
12V battery backed PSU at 5 amperes. Battery not included
Modem for PC connection (host)
Modem for SR32i Segment Controller connection (remote)
(For the full range of accessories, PSUs, door releases, spy proof covers, additional weather protection, Reader head cleaning kit
and spare locks and keys please see page 54).
Applications
Bewator’s Entro is a system developed for companies and organisations, institutions such as hospitals, or any
establishment requiring an effective access security solution.
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Reader Technology
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• Modern, stylish designs
• Bewator’s unique patented Cotag®
Hands-Free Active Technology
• Extensive range of card reading options
• Customised Covers with styles to
complement any building interior
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Reader Technology
Bewator's Cotag® Technology Readers are designed to work with your access
control system to deliver superior reading solutions. The range comprises
Proximity Readers, Hands-Free, Magnetic Stripe and Smart Card Readers to
suit all environments and building specifications. When used with Active
Technology cards and tags, Bewator Readers provide unrivalled reading range
to speed flow of personnel whilst securing even the busiest of sites.
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Reader Technology
Patented Cotag® Reading Technology
Real Hands-Free is based upon Active Tag Technology where an onboard long-life lithium battery enhances
the output signal from the tag to the reader. The key advantage using Active Technology is the significant
increase in range from which the tag can be successfully interrogated by the reader, this being typically
between two to three times greater compared to that of common place passive cards.
Active cards and tags use low frequency magnetic signals, which have the key advantage of being able to read
through non-magnetic materials with little or no reduction in range. This allows tags to be interrogated
without the need to remove them from pockets or handbags thus giving the user unparallel freedom and
convenience without compromising site security. Active technology can overcome problems associated with
vandalism simply by mounting the Reader within walls or mounted ‘safe-side’ within glass-fronted
lobby/reception areas.
There are two types of Reader available which fully embrace the
true user benefits of real Hands-Free for access control
applications. The unobtrusive wall-mounted HF500-Entro HandsFree Reader is designed for quick and easy installation and the
BC-5270 Loop Technology Reader which provides even greater
reading range and also allows for its antenna to be suitably hidden
within the door frames or walls thus providing the customer a
clean, minimalist, aesthetic pleasing solution.
Passive Proximity Technology is based upon the same principles
as active Real Hands-Free, but without the onboard battery, this
results in a significantly shorter reading range as it’s output power
is derived solely from the magnetic fields generated by the
Reader. Passive Technology offers a cost effective access solution
for many systems except those requiring Loop Technology
Readers.
All Bewator’s Cotag® Active and Passive Technology cards and
tags can be mixed together on any Bewator system, allowing the
customer to issue the most suitable technology card or tag to that
user depending upon their requirements. This is particularly
useful for facilitating disabled staff requirements and also for clean
room operations where garments typically only have pockets on the inside.
Mifare® Contactless Smart Card Readers
With an increasing demand for a multi-application card solution, Bewator is
teamed together with the world’s largest Smart Card Technology company
Gemplus® to bring reliable and robust Mifare® Smart Card Readers for use
in access control systems. These Readers utilise the unique chip serial
number found in every Mifare® Smart Card and uses that number as the
individual’s identifier within the access system.
Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI)
RFID tagging of vehicles creates particular technical challenges due to the
high levels of electrical background noise caused by the ignition system and
physical vibration/stone impacts associated with normal road going
conditions. Bewator’s Cotag® Active Technology AVI addresses these and provides a real world solution for
use in car parking and fleet management applications, giving fast and reliable reading of tags fitted to the
underside of vehicles. The IB-970 Vehicle tag is specifically designed to withstand harsh environments, being
not only certified for use with the Ministry of Defence military vehicles but also passing strict EMC approvals as
required by the Home Office’s VIDG Specification 5 for use by the Police & Fire Services.
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Proximity Readers
PR500-AB
Model No.
SP500-AB
PM500-AB
General Description
High Performance Proximity
Reader. Designed to suit door
architraves and compliment all
working environments.
Suitable for both internal and
external installations.
Compatible with all Cotag®
Technology Active and Passive
cards & tags.
High Performance Switch Plate
Proximity Reader. Designed to
fit most single gang back-boxes
and compliment all working
environments.
Suitable for both internal and
external installations.
Compatible with all Cotag®
Technology Active and Passive
cards & tags
High Performance Panel
Mount Proximity Reader.
Designed to fit most remote
3rd party panels, such as Door
Entry Phones. Supplied
complete with a custom
machined perspex front panel
for increased aesthetic appeal.
Suitable for both internal and
external installations
Product Spec.
Transmit frequency 132kHz,
Receive frequency 66kHz.
64 data bits, read time
typically 400ms.
3 separate LEDs & onboard
Sounder (internal/external
control).
ABS Base, Clip on ABS Front
Cover
Transmit frequency 132kHz,
Receive frequency 66kHz.
64 data bits, read time
typically 400ms.
3 separate LEDs & onboard
Sounder (configurable
internal/external control).
ABS Base with housing fully
encapsulated electronics,
Clip on ABS Front Cover
Transmit frequency 132kHz,
Receive frequency 66kHz.
64 data bits, read time
typically 400ms.
3 separate LEDs & onboard
Sounder (configurable
internal/external control).
High impact polycarbonate
outer casing, fully potted
electronics
Dimensions (mm)
143H x 40W x 18.5D
86H x 86W x 14D
68H x 73W x 13.5D
Temperature Range
-30 to +50ºC
-30 to +50ºC
-30 to +50ºC
Environmental
IP55
IP55
IP55
Power Supply
10.6V to 32V DC
10.6V to 32V DC
10.6V to 32V DC
Power Consumption
100mA max
100mA max
100mA max
Reading Range
30cm with Active 928 Tag
10cm with Passive 968 Tag
30cm with Active 928 Tag
10cm with Passive 968 Tag
25cm with Active 928 Tag
7cm with Passive 968 Tag
Reading Range
Limitations
Typical range specified assumes
the card is in its best position
and orientation, and that the
Reader is not unduly affected
by electrical noise. Mounting
the Reader onto a metal surface
can reduce range by up to 25%
Typical range specified assumes
the card is in its best position
and orientation, and that the
Reader is not unduly affected
by electrical noise. Mounting
the Reader onto a metal surface
can reduce range by up to 25%
Typical range specified assumes
the card is in its best position
and orientation, and that the
Reader is not unduly affected
by electrical noise. Mounting
the Reader onto a metal surface
can reduce range by up to 25%
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Proximity Readers
HD500-2-AB
BC-43Prox
General Description
High Performance Heavy Duty Proximity
Reader designed for both modern office
environments and vulnerable locations requiring
increased protection.Suitable for both internal
and external installations
Proximity Reader with built-in keypad.
Built-in keypad offers the possibility of
combined access control with both a card and
a PIN for higher security. The metal casing
used in Bewator’s robust designs protects the
reader against tampering and makes it
extremely vandal-resistant
Product
Specification
Transmit frequency 132kHz,
Receive frequency 66kHz.
64 data bits, read time typically 400ms. 3
separate LEDs & onboard Sounder
(internal/external control). Polycarbonate case,
fully encapsulated electronics, Stainless Steel
outer frame
Built-in keypad, metal casing, vandal-resistant.
Transmit frequency 132kHz, Receive
frequency 66Hz.
64 data bits, read time typically 400ms
Dimensions (mm)
120H x 100W x 18D
160H x 110W x 47D
Temperature Range
-30 to +50ºC
-35° to +50°C
Environmental
IP65
IP55
Power Supply
10.6V to 32V DC
12 to 24 V DC
Power Consumption
100mA Max
100mA Max
Reading Range
25cm with Active 928 Tag
8cm with Passive 968 Tag
10cm with Active 928 Tag
3cm with Passive 968 Tag
Reading Range
Limitations
Typical range specified assumes
the card is in its best position and orientation,
and that the Reader is
not unduly affected by electrical
noise. Mounting the Reader onto
a metal surface can reduce range
by up to 25%
Typical range specified assumes
the card is in its best position and orientation,
and that the Reader is
not unduly affected by electrical
noise. Mounting the Reader onto
a metal surface can reduce range
by up to 25%
Model No.
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Hands-Free Readers
HF500-Entro
Model No.
BC-5511
General Description
High Performance Hands-Free Reader
offering unrivalled reading range using
Cotag® Active Technology. Easy to install,
slim, modern design to compliment all
working environments. Suitable for internal
use only
High Performance Hands-Free Reader Pack
offering unrivalled reading range using Cotag®
Active Technology. Pack Includes HF100
Reading Head (external use) and BC-5311
Reader Interface (internal use only). Easy to
install, slim, modern design to compliment all
working environments.
Product
Specification
Transmit Frequency 132kHz,
Receive Frequency 66kHz. 64 data bits, read
time typically 400ms, 800ms when noise
rejecting AVI mode selected, battery
conservation routines. ABS Base, Clip on ABS
Front Cover. 3 separate LEDs & onboard
Sounder (internal/external control)
Transmit Frequency 132kHz,
Receive Frequency 66kHz. 64 data bits, read
time typically 400ms, 800ms when noise
rejecting AVI mode selected, battery
conservation routines. ABS Base, Clip on ABS
Front Cover. 3 separate LEDs & onboard
Sounder (internal/external control)
Dimensions (mm)
265H x 220W x 29.3D
HF100 - 265H x 220W x 29.3D
BC-5311 - 195H x 110W x 40D
Temperature Range
0°C to +50°C
0°C to +50°C
Environmental
IP54
IP55
Power Supply
12V DC
12V DC
Power Consumption
350mA Max
350mA Max
Reading Range
100cm with Active 928 Tag,
30cm with Passive 968 Tag
100cm with Active 928 Tag,
30cm with Passive 968 Tag
Reading Range
Limitations
Typical range specified assumes the card is in
its best position and orientation, and that the
Reader is not unduly affected by electrical
noise. Mounting the Reader onto a metal
surface can reduce range by up to 25%
Typical range specified assumes the card is in
its best position and orientation, and that the
Reader is not unduly affected by electrical
noise. Mounting the Reader onto a metal
surface can reduce range by up to 25%
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Hands-Free Loop
Technology Readers
BC-5270
Model No.
BC-5516
General Description
Integrated Loop Reader Pack. Features
Cotag® Technology. Provides, by a buried loop
in the ground or round a door, a read range of
up to 2 meters. Use only Active cards & tags.
Internal use only.
Loop Reader Pack. Features Cotag®
Technology. Provides, by a buried loop in the
ground or round a door, a read range of up to 2
metres. Use only allows external fitting using a
BC-270 Loop Coupler (external use) and a BC5311 Interface (internal use only). Suitable for
Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI).
Use only Active cards & tags
Product
Specification
Transmit Frequency 132kHz, Receive Frequency
66kHz. 64 data bits, read time typically 400ms,
800ms when noise rejecting AVI mode selected,
battery conservation routines. Impact-resistant
polystyrene base and clip-on top cover.
Integrated Loop Reader inside one enclosure.
TX & RX status LEDs and onboard sounder.
Configurable onboard relay.
Transmit Frequency 132kHz, Receive Frequency
66kHz. 64 data bits, read time typically 400ms.
BC-5311 - impact - resistant polystyrene base
and clip-on top cover. BC-270 - robust
polycarbonate case. Weather resistant (not
suitable for burial). Simple installation. Tunes
simple wire loops for access applications.
Dimensions (mm)
195H x 110W x 70D
BC-270 - 80H x 160W x 56D
BC5311 - 195H x 110W x 70D
Temperature Range
0° to +50°C
BC-270 -40˚C to +50˚C
BC-5311 0˚C to + 50˚C
Environmental
IP54
BC-270 IP56
BC-5311 IP54
Power Supply
12V DC
12V DC
Power Consumption
350mA
350mA
Reading Range
2 metre typical with Active 928 Tag or IB-970
Vehicle tag
2 metre typical with Active 928 Tag or IB-970
Vehicle tag
Reading Range
Limitations
Typical range specified assumes the card is in its
best position and orientation, and that the
Reader is not unduly affected by electrical noise.
Mounting the Reader onto a metal surface can
reduce range by up to 25%
Typical range specified assumes the card is in its
best position and orientation, and that the
Reader is not unduly affected by electrical noise.
Mounting the Reader onto a metal surface can
reduce range by up to 25%
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Magnetic Stripe Readers
& Keypads
BC-16
Model No.
M-43
BC-43
General Description
Magnetic Stripe Card-only
Reader. For uneven surfaces use
the mounting plate. Suitable for
external or internal use
Magnetic Stripe Reader with
built in keypad. Built in keypad
offers the possibility of
combined access control with
both a card and a PIN for higher
security. The metal casing used
in Bewator’s robust designs
protects the reader against
tampering and makes it
extremely vandal-resistant.
Keypad only. May also be used
in parallel with Proximity or
Hands-Free Readers.
Product
Specification
Magnetic Stripe Card Reader,
tough metal construction,
standard clock/data ouput,
waterproof, reading head rated
at 1,000,000 swipes
Magnetic Stripe Card Reader
with built-in keypad. The metal
casing used in Bewator’s robust
designs protects the reader
against tampering and makes it
extremely vandal-resistant.
Keypad to DC-11 and DC-21
Door Controllers. Cast metal
housing, tamper switch fitted,
back-lit keypad
Dimensions (mm)
89H x 34W x 34D
160H x 110W x 47D
140H x 80W x 40D
Temperature Range
-20 to 70C
-35 to 50C
-35 to 50C
Environmental
IPX7
IP54
IP54
Power Supply
4.5V - 6.5V
12V to 24V DC
8V - 40V DC
Power Consumption
60mA
50mA
50mA
Reading Range
N/A
N/A
N/A
Reading Range
Limitations
N/A
N/A
N/A
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Smart Card Readers
SM-501
Model No.
SM-501K
General Description
Mifare® Contactless Smart Card
Proximity Reader. SM500 series readers
can read the unique 32 bit serial number in
every Mifare® card or data from a location
in the Mifare® Application Directory (MAD).
This allows easy integration of access
control with other smart card applications
Mifare® Contactless Smart Card Proximity
Reader with integrated keypad. SM500
series readers can be read the unique 32bit
serial number in every Mifare® card or data
from a location in the Mifare® Application
Directory (MAD). This allows easy
integration of access control with other smart
card applications.
Product
Specification
13.56MHZ Operating Frequency.
3 separate LEDs & onboard Sounder
(internal/external control). Hardwired
cryptographic algorithm, mutual
authentication plus encrypted transmission
using session key. Electronics housed
within ABS case, fitting to back mounting
plate. Push in plugs cover fixing holes
13.56MHZ Operating Frequency.
3 separate LEDs & onboard Sounder
(internal/external control). Hardwired
cryptographic algorithm, mutual
authentication plus encrypted transmission
using session key. PIN data transmitted
along normal data lines Electronics housed
within ABS case, fitting to back mounting
plate. Push in plugs cover fixing holes
Dimensions (mm)
120H x 120W x 28.5D
120H x 120W x 28.5D
Temperature Range
-30 ºC to +55 ºC
-30 ºC to +55 ºC
Environmental
IP53
IP53
Power Supply
10.0V to 36.0V
10.0V to 36.0V
Power Consumption
80mA
80mA
Reading Range
3cm with Mifare® Smart Card
3cm with Mifare® Smart Card
Reading Range
Limitations
Typical range specified assumes the card is
in its best position and orientation, and that
the Reader is not unduly affected by
electrical noise. Mounting the Reader onto
a metal surface can reduce range by up to
25%
Typical range specified assumes the card is in
its best position and orientation, and that the
Reader is not unduly affected by electrical
noise. Mounting the Reader onto a metal
surface can reduce range by up to 25%
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Door Terminals
DT-05
Model No.
DT-05Prox
General Description
Magnetic Stripe Cardreader with keypad for
direct connection to any SR32i Segment
Controller, without the use of a Door Controller.
Suitable for doors not requiring high security.
Please note for use with Entro only
Proximity Reader with keypad for direct
connection to any SR32i Segment Controller,
without the use of a Door Controller. Suitable
for doors not requiring high security.
Please note for use with Entro only
Product
Specification
Magnetic Stripe Card Reader with keypad
controlling 1 door. Back-lit keypad, exit request
input, input for door monitoring, opening relay
for locking devise, cast metal housing, supplied
with drop box
Proximity Reader with keypad controlling 1 door.
Back-lit keypad, exit request input, input for
door monitoring, opening relay for locking
device, cast metal housing, supplied with drop
box
Dimensions (mm)
160H x 110W x 47D
160H x 110W x 47D
Temperature Range
-35 to 50C
-35 to 50C
Weatherproof
IP54
IP54
Power Supply
10 - 40V DC or 8 - 3-V AC
10 – 40V DC or 8 – 3-V AC
Power Consumption
100mA
150mA
Reading Range
N/A
10cm with Active 928 Tag,
3cm with Passive 968 Tag
Reading Range
Limitations
N/A
Typical range specified assumes the card is in its
best position and orientation, and that the
Reader is not unduly affected by electrical noise.
Mounting the Reader onto a metal surface can
reduce range by up to 25%.
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Custom Finished
Reader Covers
To meet the requirements of modern architects and specifiers Bewator has
introduced a comprehensive range of Custom Finished Reader Covers, with styles to
complement any building’s interior.
• Styles available to complement any building’s interior
• Extensive range of patterns and colour options available
• DDA friendly
• Meet the aesthetic requirements of today’s
modern environment
• Available for PR500-AB, SP500-AB & HF500-Entro Readers
For further details of the complete range of Custom Finishes available and ordering details please see
Bewator’s ‘Access Control Buyers Guide and Price List’ and website.
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Cards & Tags
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Bewator offers a range of card and tag technologies for use with Bewator
access control systems and products. This range includes traditional Magnetic
Stripe, Bewator's patented Cotag® Proximity and Hands-Free and Mifare®
Smart Cards. Cotag® Active and Passive Technology cards & tags may be
easily mixed within the same system allowing customers to allocate the most
appropriate tag technology for that cardholder's day to day duties.
Active Technology utilises an onboard battery to boost the reading range
between the tag & Reader. By using Active Technology cards & tags in
conjunction with long range Readers & Loops, true 'Hands-Free' operation is
achievable. In addition to user convenience, Hands-Free technology is well
suited for facilitating Disability Discrimination Act requirements.
• Cotag® Technology Active & Passive cards and tags can share
common Readers
• Laminates are suitable for thermal dye-sublimation and 3rd
party contact Smart Chip insertion
• Achieve superior reading ranges using Active 'Hands-Free'
Technology cards and tags
• Experience 'Hands-Free', the ultimate in Access Control security
with minimal intrusion
• Hands-Free technology can facilitate compliance to the
Disability Discrimination Act
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Cards & Tags
• Tags and Cards are factory encoded for ease and convenience
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Cards & Tags
Model No.
General Description
Model No.
General Description
IB-968
Passive encoded
clamshell card.
Cost effective
Passive card solution.
Up to 30cm read range
with Hands-Free
Readers, 12cm with
Proximity Readers
IB-928
Active encoded
clamshell card.
Featuring Cotag®
Active Technology.
Up to 1 metre read
range with Hands-Free
Readers, 30cm with
Proximity Readers
IB-961
IB-958
IB-958M
Passive encoded ISO
laminated card with
IS7811/2 Magnetic
Stripe. Ideal for Photo
ID applications, can be
custom printed both
sides. Up to 30cm
read range with HandsFree Readers, 12cm
with Proximity Readers
Passive encoded
keyring tag. Tough
polycarbonate case.
Up to 25cm read range
with Hands-Free
Readers, 10cm with
Proximity Readers
Passive encoded ISO
laminated card.
Ideal for Photo ID
applications, can be
custom printed both
sides. Up to 30cm
read range with HandsFree Readers, 12cm
with Proximity Readers
IB-928-Clear
IB-928-Red
IB-928-Green
Clear Active encoded
clamshell card.
Featuring Cotag®
Active Technology.
Up to 1 metre read
range with Hands-Free
Readers, 30cm with
Proximity Readers
Red Active encoded
clamshell card.
Featuring Cotag®
Active Technology.
Up to 1 metre read
range with Hands-Free
Readers, 30cm with
Proximity Readers
Green Active encoded
clamshell card.
Featuring Cotag®
Active Technology.
Up to 1 metre read
range with Hands-Free
Readers, 30cm with
Proximity Readers
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Cards & Tags
IB-928-Purple IB-928-Blue
Model No.
General Description
IB-911
IB-970
Purple Active
encoded
clamshell card.
Featuring Cotag®
Active Technology. Up
to 1 metre read range
with Hands-Free
Readers, 30cm with
Proximity Readers
Blue Active encoded
clamshell card.
Featuring Cotag®
Active Technology. Up
to 1 metre read range
with Hands-Free
Readers, 30cm with
Proximity Readers
Active keyring tag
Featuring Cotag®
Active Technology.
Tough polycarbonate
case. Up to 75cm read
range with Hands-Free
Readers, 25cm with
Proximity Readers
IB-1
CR80M
SC558
Magnetic Stripe Card.
Factory encoded,
supplied sequentially
Blank Magnetic Stripe
Card. Suitable for
Photo ID applications.
Factory encoded,
supplied sequentially
Model No.
General Description
Active encoded
vehicle tag
Featuring Cotag®
Active Technology.
Used with Loop
Technology Readers,
attaches to underside
of vehicle.
Mifare® Smart Card.
Note these cards are
unprogrammed.
The SM500 Smart Card
Readers will read the Card
Serial Number for access
applications
Cards & Tags Read Range Table
Reader
Cards / Tag
IB-968
IB-961
IB-958
IB-928
IB-911
HF500-Entro
30cm
25cm
30cm
100cm
75cm
PR500-AB
12cm
10cm
12cm
30cm
25cm
SP500-AB
10cm
8cm
10cm
30cm
25cm
HD500-2-AB
8cm
6cm
8cm
25cm
20cm
PM500-AB
8cm
6cm
8cm
25cm
20cm
BC-610Prox
3cm
6cm
3cm
10cm
10cm
BC-615Prox
3cm
3cm
3cm
10cm
10cm
BC-43Prox
3cm
3cm
3cm
10cm
10cm
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Card Accessories
Model No.
General Description
Model No.
General Description
AC201
Metal Lever clip &
strap. Supplied in
quantities of 100
YA302P
Card protector (no
clip supplied), clear,
vertical. Supplied in
quantities of 100
AC209
Metal 2.4mm bead
chain 90cm. Supplied
in quantities of 100
YA304
Blue card protector
(vertical & horizontal.
Supplied in quantities
of 100
AC217
Yo-Yo, blue plastic
with card and belt
loop attachment.
Supplied in quantities
of 100
YA306L
Clear polycarbonate
holder (no clip
supplied), horizontal.
Supplied in quantities
of 100
YA302L
Card protector (no
clip supplied), clear,
horizontal. Supplied in
quantities of 100
YA306P
Clear polycarbonate
holder (no clip
supplied), vertical.
Supplied in quantities
of 100
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Door Entry
Phone Systems
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Bewatel
A Door Entry Phone System for one to four hardwired dedicated handsets, with
the option of a built-in Keypad for staff access, ideal for the small business.
Three variants are available; the BT-41 is designed for connection to one internal
handset, the BT-44 for connection of up to four handsets, whilst the BTK-41
connection to one internal handset and a keypad to allow staff or resident access.
Bewacom
A sophisticated Door Entry Phone System that connects directly to a company's
internal PABX switchboard (requires a 2-wire analogue line). The system acts as
an extension of the switchboard, so there is minimal hard wiring and access can
be granted from any extension on the system. There are two variants, the BM3
with a built in Keypad and the BM31 for connection to one nominated extension.
Telecode
Telecode is a patented BABT approved Door Entry System that can be
connected directly to the public telephone network (PSTN), removing the need
for hardwiring of handsets and allows users to open secured doors from their
own telephone handsets or via a mobile phone. This makes the system ideal for
applications where such hardwiring is either unpractical or too costly, thus
providing a simple solution for controlling access through remote doors.
Telecode also comes with a built-in keypad enabling tenants and regular callers
to gain access via an assigned code.
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Door Entry Phone Systems
It is a natural requirement for most businesses to secure their premises, but
they must also have a simple and convenient method of allowing access to
visitors and employees. The simplest and most convenient way of solving this
problem is to install a modern Door Entry Phone System. Bewator has a range
covering three different solutions. Bewatel provides a hardwired solution,
Bewacom utilises a company’s existing internal switchboard and Telecode allows
access to remote doors via a Public Switched Telephone Network. Between
them they cover every requirement, be it large, small, commercial or residential.
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Bewatel
Model No.
BT-41
BT-44
General Description
Door Entry Phone with one
call button. Hardwired via 6core telephone to V-801 or B801 handsets. Up to 3
handsets can be connected in
parallel, max 50 metres
Door Entry Phone with four
call buttons. Hardwired via 6core telephone to up to 4 V801 or 4 B-801 handsets. Up to
3 handsets can be connected in
parallel to each call button,
max 50 metres
Door Entry Phone with one
call button and built in Keypad
allowing up to 20 x 4-digit
codes plus 10 x 6-digit codes.
Hardwired via 6-core telephone
to V-801 or B-801 handsets. Up
to 3 handsets can be connected
in parallel, max 50 metres
Dimensions (mm)
200H x 80W x 40D
200H x 80W x 40D
200H x 80W x 40D
Door Opening Time
1 – 40 seconds
1 – 40 seconds
1 – 99 seconds
Relay Output
Voltage-free relay contact 2A
28V DC
Voltage-free relay contact 2A
28V DC
Voltage-free relay contact 2A
28V DC
Additional Outputs
CCTV relay output
CCTV relay output
CCTV relay output
Temperature Range
-35 to 50C
-35 to 50C
-35 to 50C
Environmental
IP 54
IP 54
IP 54
Power Supply
12-24V AC/DC
12-24V AC/DC
12-24V AC/DC
Power Consumption
200mA
200mA
200mA
Housing
Cast metal housing, stainless
steel buttons
Cast metal housing, stainless
steel buttons
Cast metal housing, stainless
steel buttons
BTK-41
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Bewatel
BTVX
Model No.
V-801
B-801
General Description
Exchange Unit for connecting
up to 4 Door Entry Phones to 1
handset via 6 core telephone
wire
White, wall mounted handset
for Bewatel. Integrated buzzer
and remote opening button.
Three handsets can be
connected in parallel to a Door
Entry Phone, 50 metres max
White, desk mounted handset
for Bewatel. Integrated buzzer
and remote opening button.
Three handsets can be
connected in parallel to a Door
Entry Phone, 50 metres max
Dimensions (mm)
80H x 200W x 40D
220H x 80W x 55D
220H x 80W x 55D
Temperature Range
Internal use only
Internal use only
Internal use only
Environmental
Internal use only
Internal use only
Internal use only
Power Supply
12-24V AC/DC
From Door Entry Phone
From Door Entry Phone
Power Consumption
60mA
From Door Entry Phone
From Door Entry Phone
Housing
White plastic housing with
security lock
N/A
N/A
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Bewacom
BM-31
Model No.
BM-3
General Description
Door Entry Phone for a company’s internal
PABX switchboard. 1 call button for
connection to a 1 nominated extension.
Requires an analogue extension
Door Entry Phone for a company’s internal
PABX switchboard. Can call any extension on
the system. Includes a built in keypad allowing
up to 4 x 4-digit codes. Requires an analogue
extension
Dimensions
200H x 80W x 40D
200H x 80W x 40D
Door Opening Time
7 seconds
1 – 99 seconds
Relay Output
Voltage-free relay contact 2A 28V DC
Voltage-free relay contact 2A 28V DC
Additional Outputs
CCTV relay output
CCTV relay output
Temperature Range
-35 to 50C
-35 to 50C
Environmental
IP 54
IP 54
Power Supply
12-24V AC/DC
12-24V AC/DC
Power Consumption
200mA
200mA
Housing
Cast metal housing, stainless steel buttons
Cast metal housing, stainless steel buttons
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Telecode
Telecode Controllers
Model No.
General Description
Telecode Controller for 1 to 6 doors and up to 20 to 300 stored telephone numbers.
Connects to TP5 or M65 at the door. Easy to programme via integral keypad and display.
Could also be remotely programmed with REMO PC-based software.
Door Capacity/
Stored Numbers
Variants available:1 door and 20 stored numbers
2 doors and 30 stored numbers
4 doors and 40 stored numbers
5 doors and 60 stored numbers
6 doors and 300 stored numbers
Dimensions
140H x 200W x 60D
Door Opening Time
1 - 999 seconds
Temperature Range
0 to 50C
Environmental
Internal use only
Power Supply
24V AC/DC (TA24AC Transformer supplied)
Power Consumption
250mA
Housing
Glass reinforced polycarbonate, tamper protected, lockable housing for wall mounting
–
–
–
–
–
TC-20
TC-30/2
TC-40/4
TC-60/5
TC-300/6
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Telecode
Model No.
TP/5
General Description
Door Entry Phone
for connection to
Telecode
Controller. Built in
Keypad with 99 x
4-digit codes
Keypad for
connection to
Telecode
Controller, for
doors not requiring
audio access.
Metal nameplate in
rugged frame with
toughened glass.
For use with laser
printed sheets (one
supplied).
Templates for MSWord included
White, wall
mounted handset
for direct hard
wiring to Telecode
Controller
Integrated buzzer
and remote
opening button.
Dimensions (mm)
200H x 80W x 40D
140H x 80W x 36D
263H x 170W x 20D
220H x 80W x 55D N/A
Relay Output
Voltage-free relay
contact 1A 28V DC
N/A
Voltage-free relay
contact 1A 28V DC
N/A
N/A
Additional Outputs
CCTV relay output
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Temperature Range
-35 to 50C
-35 to 50C
N/A
Internal use only
Internal use only
Environmental
IP 54
IP 54
N/A
Internal use only
Internal use only
Power Supply
12-24V AC/DC
From Telecode
Controller
12-24V AC/DC
From Telecode
Controller
N/A
From Telecode
Controller
From Telecode
Controller
Power Consumption
200mA
200mA
N/A
From Telecode
Controller
From Telecode
Controller
Housing
Cast metal
housing, stainless
steel buttons
Cast metal
housing, stainless
steel buttons
Metal frame with
toughened glass
N/A
N/A
M-65
NP-Flex
V-801-TC B-801-TC
White, desk
mounted handset
for direct hard
wiring to Telecode
Controller
Integrated buzzer
and remote
opening button.
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Schematics & Accessories
Accessories
REMO
TA12DCR
BB5
BB3
SK-5
SH-2
SH-3
Telecode software for remote programming of Telecode Controllers
12V DC regulated PSU at 1.5 amperes
Flush mounting kit for Door Entry Phones
Flush mounting kit for M-65 keypad
Security relay, prevents illegal entry from keypad
Rain Hood for M-65 keypad
Recommended when units are mounted externally
Rain Hood for Door Entry Phones
Recommended when units are mounted externally
(For the full range of accessories, PSUs, door releases, spy proof covers, additional weather protection, spare locks and keys
please see page 54).
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Installation Accessories
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•
•
•
High quality accessories
Comprehensive range
Cost effective solutions
Ensuring a complete, simple installation
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Installation Accessories
Bewator offer a wide range of accessories, further enhancing the performance
and installation of our Access Control products and systems. Our range covers
Locking Devices, Power Supplies, Exit Buttons, Break Glasses, Printers and even
spare keys. In this section you should be able to find the most suitable
accessory for your system, be it new or an upgrade.
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Locking Devices
Door Releases
Model No.
210-12V
209-12V
209-24V
206-12V
206-24V
General Description
Universal 12V
locking release for
rim mortice
mounting.
Fail-secure
(N.B. Not
continuously
rated)
Universal 12V
locking release for
rim mortice
mounting.
Fail-secure.
Continuously
rated
Universal 24V
locking release for
rim mortice
mounting.
Fail-secure
Continuously
rated
Universal 12V
locking release for
rim mortice
mounting.
Fail-safe
Universal 24V
locking release for
rim mortice
mounting.
Fail-safe
Slim Maglocks (Holding Force 300Kg)
Model No.
General Description
MS-15-SSU-12
Surface mount single
maglock
unmonitored, 12V
MS-15-SSM-12
Surface mount single
maglock
monitored, 12V
MS-15-Z&L
Z & L bracket for inward
opening doors
Transom Maglocks (Holding Force 300Kg)
Model No.
General Description
MS-20-SFU-12
Flush mount single
maglock,
unmonitored, 12V
MS-20-SFM-12
Flush mount single
maglock,
monitored, 12V
MS-20-WPU-12
Waterproof maglock,
unmonitored, 12V
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Locking Devices
Maxi Maglocks (Holding Force 600Kg)
Model No.
General Description
MS-30-SSU-12
Maxi maglock,
single surface
mounted,
unmonitored, 12V
MS-30-SSM-12
Maxi maglock,
single surface
mounted,
unmonitored, 12V
MS-30-WPU-12
Maxi maglock,
waterproof,
unmonitored, 12V
MS-30-Z&L
Z&L bracket for
inward opening doors
Shear Maglocks (Holding Force 1000Kg)
Model No.
General Description
MS-40-SFM-12
Flush mount single
maglock
unmonitored, 12V
MS-40-SSM-12
Surface mount single
maglock
monitored, 12V
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Installation Accessories
Model No.
General Description
Model No.
General Description
Model No.
General Description
9502
Belden 9502 cable
300m reel
BB5
Flush mount kit
for Bewacom,
Bewatel and
Telecode TP-5
PAARFLEX-CY
BB3
Flush mount kit for
K-42, K-44 DUO,
and M-65
Specialist 2 x twisted pair
cable for Bewator Entro.
100m reel
BB7
SH-1
SH-2
Flush mount kit
for the IP810
InfoPoint
Reservation
Terminal
Rain Cover for
all Codelocks,
Cardreaders and
Door Entry
Phones
Rain Hood for
Codelocks
SH-4
Mounting
Rain Hood for
Cardreaders
BC-402 and BC-16
Cardreader mounting
plate for uneven
surfaces
IS-391
Spy proof cover for all
Codelocks
BB4
Flush mount kit for
BC-615, BC-43 and
DT-05
SH-3
Rain Hood for
Door Entry
Phones
SK-5
Security Relay Prevents illegal entry
keypad/Cardreader.
Use with K-44 DUO,
BC-615, Bewacom,
Bewatel and Telecode
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Installation Accessories
Model No.
General Description
Model No.
General Description
Model No.
General Description
MK-814
3E0656
3E0658
WG2001-SG
Remote
override/exit button
Green exit button,
black bezel. Stainless
steel front
Vandal resistant exit
button. Stainless
steel front
Break glass unit.
Green, surface mount.
Single pole
KG1
E7
Pack of 10
replacement glasses
for WG2001-SG
Dule pole slave change
over relay, 12V or 24V
73-404
Security driver bit for
HD500 and BC-605
(INSEXPIN)
SKR-YN
SKR-SN
Security screw M4 x 10
Secufast (pack of 12)
TX20H
Security driver bit for
HD500-2-AB
(RESISTORX)
Security screwdriver
TORX
CCP-020K
Magstripe Reader head
cleaning kit
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Installation Accessories
Model No.
CR-1
General Description
Reader interface for
BC-615 when being
networked with
Bewator Entro (one
per reader).
Model No.
General Description
Model No.
MULTI-BOX
Multi-box used to
connect two
Readers to the
input of a
BC-640-KP or
DC-11 or DC-21 in
an Entro system
Door interface for
controlling doors without
a Reader. Used for
general control like
timing functions or door
monitoring. For use with
Entro only
CF8
InfoPoint - IP810
Information Terminal for
Integrated Reservation
Function. TCP/IP based, colour
screen, and keypad. Integral
Proximity Reader. Is used to
send and receive information
from a web server based in a
CF8 Memory Card inserted in a
SR32i Segment Controller.
For use with Entro only
DC-01
SR32i Memory Card
for Integral
Reservation Function,
inserted in dedicated
slot in SR32i Segment
Controller. For use
with Entro only
IOR6
Input/Output Unit. Four
inputs and six outputs.
Intended for use in
elevator control
applications or functions
such as machine control.
For use with Entro only
MODEM-DU-HST MODEM-DU-REM
Modem for PC
connection
(host). For use
with Entro only
Modem for SR32i
Segment Controller
connection (remote).
For use with Entro only
REMO
DOWNLOAD FREE FROM OUR WEBSITE
General Description
Telecode software for remote
programming of Telecode Controllers
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Power Supply Units
Model No.
General Description
Model No.
General Description
TA12DCR
TA24AC
12V DC regulated
PSU at 1.5 amperes
24V AC 0.8 amperes
transformer
BA112
12V battery backed
PSU at 1 amperes.
Battery not included
BA212
12V battery backed PSU at 5
amperes. Battery not included
BA125
12V 7 amperes hour sealed
lead acid battery for BA112
and BA212
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Printers, Spare Locks & keys
Printers
Model No.
General Description
Portable printer,
rechargeable, 40
column. For use with
BC-615, BC-640 and
Entro (direct
connection to SR32i)
Printer,
80 column, dot
matrix. For use with
BC-615, BC-640 and
Entro (direct
connection to SR32i)
Female Printer lead,
Cardreader/
controller to wall
socket
Male Printer lead,
wall socket to printer
Spare Locks & Keys
Model No.
General Description
Model No.
General Description
ABLOY-LOCK
Replacement key barrel
for obsolete old style
Codelocks and
Cardreaders. Supplied
with two keys
BC400-K
Replacement /extra key
for all Codelocks and
Cardreaders and Door
Entry Phones. Please quote
barrel letter code
ABLOY-KEY
Replacement / extra key for
obsolete old style
Codelocks and Cardreaders.
Please quote barrel letter
code
CONTROL-BOX-LOCK
Replacement key barrel for
SR32i, DC-11, DC-21,
Telecode and BC-640KP
control boxes. Supplied with
two keys
BC400-LK
Replacement key barrel for all
Codelocks and Cardreaders
and Door Entry Phones.
Supplied with two keys
CONTROL-BOX-KEY
Replacement/extra key for
SR32i, DC-11, DC-21,
Telecode and BC-640KP
control boxes.
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Who uses Bewator
Products?
Who uses Bewator Products?
Clares College –
Cambridge University
Bewator’s access control
equipment has now been fitted to
36 doors throughout the site,
including some within Old Court, a
Grade I star-listed building dating
from the seventeenth century. Some 1,000 students, graduates,
fellows and staff all carry personalised security cards which, when
held in the proximity of electronic readers, automatically release locks to open doors to authorised
areas.
Gt. Ormond St. Hospital
This is a large system operating in a very busy
environment. The security system needed to be easy to
use and reliable, yet flexible enough to adapt to the
hospital’s future requirements. David de Wet, assistant
site services manager at Great Ormond Street, says:
“We wanted to secure the building in the face of rising
crime in the area. We need to protect our patients and
staff from thieves, and also to secure the safety of the
drugs and equipment used in the hospital”.
Bolton Metropolitan Council
The existing system used Bewator Proximity Readers, which
were easy and quick enough for able-bodied users, but can be
inconvenient for those in wheelchairs. Hands-Free Readers
with Active Card Technology already specified in certain areas
have now been specified throughout the system. The HandsFree Readers have an extended reading range so users do not
even have to get their card out of their pocket and meet the
requirements of the DDA (Disability Discrimination Act).
This makes it quick and easy for everyone, whether in a
wheelchair or not.
Georges Quay - Dublin
200 Bewator Proximity
Readers were installed
together with Hands-Free long
range Readers throughout the
site to control access to the
car parks and lifts, as well as
the main entrances, secondary entrances to floors,
offices and other secure areas. Alfie Walsh, Sales
Manager with security installer Electro Automation, says: “This is a very large development and we
needed a system which is powerful enough and flexible enough to cope with a wide range of
access control tasks”.
Ferrari & Maserati - Surrey
In all, 32 external and internal doors at the site are being secured with Bewator Proximity Readers,
together with three Hands-Free Readers at vehicle barriers. Staff use latest Active Card
Technology, the Cotag® 928, as well as Bewator Proximity cards.
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Access - To enter protected areas or premises
Access Control - A method of automatically controlling entry to and/or exit from protected areas or premises
Access Control Database - A store on the computer or controllers of all the records required to make the access control system
function as required
Access Control Software - A group of programs which are run, when required, on a computer (usually a PC) which perform specific
tasks associated with setting up and using the access control system
Access Control System - Equipment used to control automatically the passage of people and vehicles into and out of protected
areas and premises
Access Decision - The response by a controller to an access request (either access granted or access denied)
Access Denied -The access code does not allow a cardholder to gain entry to the protected area or premises
Access Granted - The card number and site code (and PIN if required) allow a cardholder to gain entry to the protected area or
premises
Access Group - A list of areas to which a cardholder is allowed access. Access may be restricted to certain times by the use of a
Time Schedule
Access Point - A Reader, usually at a point of entry or exit (door, gate, barrier, turnstile) where access is controlled (and monitored)
by an access control system. Points of entry or exit which are used for anti-passback or roll call require two Readers and therefore
two access points
Active Technology - Where an onboard long-life lithium battery enhances the output signal from a card or tag to the Reader
Address - A combination of numbers which uniquely identifies equipment on an access control system
Alarm - Warning of a possible breach of security of some kind
Alarm Actions - Instructions to be carried out when an alarm occurs
Alarm Bypass - Allows integration into a premises intruder protection system allowing arm/disarm control
Alarm Message -A message generated by the access control system when an alarm condition occurs. This message is received by
the computer and interpreted by the access control software
Anti-Passback - The limiting of a card or tag's use in one direction without first having been used in the opposite direction.
Requires IN and OUT Readers
Archive - A copy of the access control database kept for security against loss of data
Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI) - Method of reading a vehicle tag fastened to the bottom of a vehicle using a loop antenna
buried in the roadway. Can also apply to identification of the driver’s card using a side loop or Reader
Backup - A second copy of a file, made as security against loss of data
Battery Backup - An alternative standby energy source that maintains system operation for a period of time in the event of a power
failure
Baud Rate - The number of bits per second in data transmission
BC Link - Bewator propriety Reader interface
Bewacom - A Door Entry Phone System that connects directly to a Company's PABX system
Bewatel - A hardwired Door Entry Phone System
Break Glass Unit - Allows emergency release of electronically locked doors
Buffer - A temporary store for data, usually in RAM
Card - An encoded card that can be read by a Reader. Also referred to as a token or tag
Card Number - One of the numbers programmed into the card. The card number is linked to the cardholder in the cardholder
record
Card Technology - The physical method by which numbers are stored within cards
Card Transaction - The act of reading data from a card and passing it to the access control system
Cardholder - A person to whom a card has been issued. (Also known as user)
Cardholder Record - One of a number of records in the access control database, each of which links a cardholder’s name to the
card number and an access group. (Can also contain other data such as PIN and personal details)
Cardreader - Equipment that reads data from a card (and PINpad if fitted) and transmits it to a controller. May include indicator
lights
Clamshell - A card that is manufactured by the welding of two outer protective casings
Clock & Data - Industry standard Reader interface
Codelock - Digital compact keypad, allowing entrance via the use of allocated PIN codes
Command - An order or instruction that the operator gives to the system, usually at the computer keyboard.
Also an instruction sent by a computer to a controller. The transmission of messages between devices
Common Code - A single PIN code that is allocated to all users
Computer - The device which runs the access control software and thereby maintains the access control database, sends
commands and data, receives and logs system messages, and generates reports
Configuration - The relationship of system components to each other
Controller - A device which polls Readers, makes access decisions and sends messages to the computer. May also handle
other inputs and outputs
Database - (See access control database)
DDA - Disability Discrimination Act. Government legislation forbidding discrimination of the disabled
Default - A standard condition or value determined by the system unless changed by operator intervention
Device - Any piece of equipment connected to a system
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Glossary of Access Terms
Glossary
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Glossary
Dial-up Telephone Line - A normal telephone line which is used by a computer to communicate with controllers at remote sites via
modems, and vice versa
Door - The physical means of controlling access through an access point. Includes barriers, gates, turnstiles
Door Contact - Door monitoring switch which changes state when a door is opened or closed
Door Controller - A controller which is directly connected to the Segment Controller (see Segment Controller) and the Reader.
Also contains connections for the Door Release (see Door Release), Egress Button (see Egress Button) or Break Glass Unit (see
Break Glass Unit)
Door Forced Alarm - An alarm that is activated when a door is opened without a valid access request or the door exit control
being used
Door Release - An electro-mechanical device used to lock or unlock a door
Door Monitoring Switch - Switch which changes state when a door is opened or closed
Door Open Alarm - An alarm that is activated when a door remains open longer than a specified time
Duress Alarm - An alarm that is covertly activated by entering a special PIN at an access point, the cardholder being granted
access as normal so as not to arouse suspicion
Egress Button or Switch - A means of unlocking a controlled door from the secure side without a valid access request. Also
referred to as door exit control
Entro - PC based Access Control software. Used for programming, editing and reporting of data and events
Event - Any system activity which takes place following a specified occurrence
Fail-Safe - A door lock that unlocks the door if power fails and requires continuous application of power to stay locked
Fail-Secure - A door lock that locks the door if power fails and requires the application of power to unlock the door
Hands-Free - Reading technology which enables a cardholder to gain access without having to hold the card in the hand. Typically
giving ranges of up to 1 metre with HF500-Entro Readers or up to 2 metres with a Loop aerial
Hardware System - A Local Hardware System is one or more controllers connected to one serial port on any computer on the host
computer’s network. A Remote Site Hardware System is one or more controllers connected to a dial-up modem
Heavy Duty Reader - A Proximity Reader manufactured from stainless steel and polycarbonate. Ideal for use in locations
vulnerable to physical attack
Holiday - The access control software can be configured to provide different time frames on days designated as holidays
I/O - Input/output
IN Reader - A reader that changes the status of a card in the cardholder record from OUT to IN for the purposes of the antipassback and roll call functions
Indicator Light - A red or green or amber indicator lamp that shows the system’s response to an access request
Input - An input is a signal which is monitored by a controller. Dedicated inputs are door exit control (egress), door contacts,
controller/PSU tamper and PSU monitor
Interface - A device or protocol which enables communication between one device and another
Invalid Card - A card which is not allowed access
ISO Laminated Card - A passive 'credit card' sized card suitable for use with Photo ID applications (see Thermal Dye-Sublimation)
Jumper - A small shorting plug on a printed circuit board which can be moved to set an option
LAN - Local Area Network. Used in PC networks and can be utilised for Access Control communications (see Network)
LED (light emitting diode) - Small indicator light
Local Hardware System - See Hardware System
Loop Antenna - A piece of wire driven from a controller which is used to interrogate Active cards and tags
Maglock - An electro-mechanical device which uses magnets on the door and the frame to lock or unlock a door
Magnetic Stripe Card - A card that contains a band of ferrous material that can be magnetically encoded
Menu - A displayed list of commands or features available to the operator
Mifare® - A registered trade name for Smart Card technology (see Smart Cards)
Modem - A device which transmits and receives binary data across a telephone line. Used to communicate with controllers at
remote sites
Monitor - Either, a part of the access control software which displays transactions. Or, the monitoring of certain parts of
the access control system (door, input, etc) to check for certain conditions and generate alarms if necessary
Mullion Mount Reader - A Proximity Reader designed to suit door architraves
Network - Sometimes called a “local area network” or LAN. Connects computers together so that they can share files, printers and
other peripherals. Any computer on the host computer’s network can be connected to a Hardware System
Off Line - Communications between the computer and the access control system are halted
On Line - Communications between the computer and the access control system are open
Operator - Someone who has authority to log in to all or parts of the access control software
OUT Reader - A reader that changes the status of a card in the cardholder record from IN to OUT for the purposes of the
anti-passback and roll call functions
Output - An output is a signal provided by a controller
PABX - Private Automatic Branch Exchange. Used by company's to run their internal telephone systems
Panel Mount Reader - A Proximity Reader designed to fit most 3rd party panels, such as Door Entry Phones
Passive Technology - A cost effective technology where the user has to actively present a card or tag to a Reader, Read ranges
are typically around 10cm with Proximity Readers
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Glossary
Password - An alphanumeric code which, if recognised by the access control software, allows access to the access control
database and other software functions
PC - A computer
PIN (Personal Identification Number) - A confidential 4-digit code assigned to a cardholder which is entered at a PINpad
PINpad - A keypad at which a cardholder enters his or her PIN
Port - A connection that provides a means of communication between devices
Proximity - Security industry term to describe Readers which read cards or tags without physical contact, but involving the act of
presenting the card or tag to the Reader
PSTN - Public Switched Telephone Network. Used for standard telephone lines
PSU - Power Supply Unit
Rain Hood - A cover that protects Readers or Door Entry Phones from rain in exposed locations
Reader - The device that reads data from a card or tag and communicates the information to the controller for validation
Reading Head - A proprietary antenna which is used to interrogate cards or tags. Must be used with an interface to connect to the
Access Control system
Reconfigure - Send the access control database to the controllers
Record - A unit of data stored on the computer which specifies the configuration of a particular part of the system, for example,
a cardholder, an access point, a time schedule
Re-index - Tidy and condense the access database, removing deleted records and updating index files
Relay - Device which can switch high voltages and/or currents using a low power logic signal
Remote Site - A site which has controllers which are not connected directly to the host computer. The controllers communicate with
the host computer at pre-configured times via a modem and a normal dial-up telephone line or via a LAN or WAN
Report - Either, a message indicating system abnormality, but which is not an alarm message. Or, a compilation of data from
the log file or the access control database which can be displayed on the screen or sent to a printer
Reset - The condition of a device in its clear or inactive or normal state. Also, to switch a device to its inactive state.
Also, the clearing of all or part of a system, returning the parameters to their default values
RFID - Radio Frequency Identifcation. The system by which data is transferred from cards and tags to Readers
Roll Call - A report which lists cardholders who are currently within a zone. (Also see IN reader, OUT reader and anti-passback)
RS232 - A standard way of transmitting and receiving data down a cable. Usually used by the computer for distances up to 25
metres
RS485 - A standard way of transmitting and receiving data down a cable over much greater distances than RS232.
Used by the access control system
Rx - Shorthand for anything to do with the receiving side of an RF (radio frequency) system or data communications
Segment Controller - A controller that contains data for the Access Control system and validates or not card transactions. There
are 5 variants capable of connection to up 2, 4, 8, 16 or 32 Readers
Shadow Card Pack - A set of cards used to programme and delete cards into a standalone Magnetic Stripe Card-only Reader
Smart Card - A multi-application card often used for Cashless Vending. Access Control Readers can utilise the unique chip serial
number found in every card, thus saving the need for a user to hold more than one card
State/Status - The current setting or condition of an access control parameter or variable
Swipe Card - Card which, to be read, must be passed through, or pushed into, a slot in the Cardreader
Switch Plate - A Proximity Reader that is designed to fit most single gang back-boxes
Tag - See card
Tamper - Unauthorised physical interference with the system, usually by opening enclosures or cutting or short circuiting cables
Tamper Switch - A switch that activates an alarm when a tamper condition is detected
Telecode - A patented Door Entry Phone System that connects directly the public telephone network (see PSTN), removing the
need for hardwiring of handsets
Thermal Dye-Sublimation - A process where Photo ID cards are created by a printer heating the dye from a ribbon and then
diffusing the colours into the plastic of an ISO Laminated Card (see ISO Laminated Card)
Time Schedule - A time slot linked with days of the week and holidays
Toggle - When a card or PIN is entered the first time, the door is opened and will remain unlocked until the card or PIN is entered a
second time
Token - See card
Transaction - Any activity occurring in the system
Transaction Log - File stored on the computer which contains all the transaction messages received by the computer.
Used as a source of data for reports
Tx - Shorthand for anything to do with the transmitting side of an RF (radio frequency) system or data communications
Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) - A backup system that continues to supply pseudo-mains power for a short time in the event of
a mains power failure
User - A cardholder. (As distinct from an operator)
Valid Card - A card which is allowed access
Validation Date and Time - The date and time when a system will validate or invalidate a card
Visitor Card - A card assigned for temporary use
WAN - Wide Area Network. Used in PC networks and can be utilised for Access Control communications (see Network)
Zone - An area within a site or facility, bounded by walls and by access points, used with anti-passback and roll call
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Conditions Of Sale
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Conditions Of Sale
1 GENERAL
1.1 - The following are the terms and conditions (.Conditions.) of the contract (.Contract.) under which Bewator Limited (.the
Company.) is to supply the goods and/or services specified in the Company’s acknowledgement of order attached to
these Conditions or otherwise agreed in writing by the parties (the .Equipment.) to the person placing that order (the
.Customer.).
1.2 - No other terms, conditions or warranties shall apply unless agreed to in writing by the Company. These Conditions shall
prevail over any terms and conditions of purchase of the Customer.
1.3 - No variation to these Conditions shall be binding unless agreed in writing by the Company.
1.4 - The employees and agents of the Company are not authorised to make representations as to the description, quality or
fitness for any particular purpose of any of the Equipment, unless confirmed in writing by the Company. The Customer
acknowledges that it has not relied on, and waives any claim for breach of, any such representations which have not been so
confirmed.
2 SALE
2.1 - The Company shall sell and the Customer shall purchase the Equipment subject to these Conditions.
2.2 - Orders accepted by the Company may only be cancelled or rescheduled with the Company’s consent in writing
3 PRICE AND PAYMENT
3.1 - The price of the Equipment shall be the Company’s quoted price or where no price has been quoted, the price listed in
the Company’s Price List and Buyers Guide current at the date of acceptance of the Customer’s order.
3.2 - Any prices quoted which are not in the Price List and Buyers Guide or other published price list are valid for 30 days only
unless otherwise stated or withdrawn. All orders remain subject to acceptance by the Company.
3.3 - Payment of invoices shall unless otherwise agreed in writing be made in full without any deduction or set-off by the due
date.
3.4 - Failure to make due payment in respect of any deliveries or installments under this or any other contract between
the Customer and the Company shall entitle the Company to delay, suspend or cancel deliveries in whole or in part at its
option.
3.5 - Any extension of credit allowed to the Customer may be changed or withdrawn at any time. Any credit accounts are
payable 30 days from invoice date unless otherwise agreed by the Company in writing. Any dispute by the Customer
regarding the validity of the invoice shall be notified to the Company in writing within 14 days of the invoice date.
3.6 - If payment is not made in full by the due date stated on the invoice:
3.6.1 - The Company reserves the right to charge interest to the Customer at the rate of 7% above LIBOR on the unpaid
balance (such interest to accrue on a day to day basis from the due date for payment until receipt by the Company of the full
amount whether before or after any judgement) and
3.6.2 - The Customer shall indemnify the Company against all costs and expenses (including any legal costs and expenses on a
full indemnity basis) incurred or sustained by the Company in recovering sums due or in exercising its rights pursuant to Clause
6, in each case without prejudice to any other rights or remedies available to the Company.
3.7 - Payment shall be due whether or not property in the Equipment has passed by virtue of Clause 6 below and the
Company shall (without prejudice to any other right or remedy) accordingly be entitled to sue for the price once the same is
due even if property in the Equipment has not passed.
4 LICENSES, TAXES AND OTHER CHARGES
4.1 - Unless otherwise agreed in writing with the Company the Customer warrants and represents to the Company that every
applicable license (import or otherwise), foreign exchange control authorisation or any other authority that may be required in
connection with the Equipment, has been or will be duly obtained by and at the expense of the Customer.
4.2 - Unless otherwise agreed in writing the prices do not include Value Added Tax (.VAT.) or any other tax or levy on the
supply or importation of the Equipment.
5 DELIVERY AND COMPLETION OF SERVICES
5.1 - Delivery shall be ex-works Newport UK unless specified otherwise on the order acknowledgement issued by the
Company to the Customer for the Equipment.
5.2 - Upon delivery the Customer shall sign the delivery note of the Company or its carrier to acknowledge receipt of the
Equipment.
5.3 - Any dates for delivery are approximate only. The Company’s liability for any loss, damage, cost or expense caused by
any delay or failure in delivery of the Equipment howsoever caused, including without limitation the Company’s negligence,
shall be limited to the price of that Equipment under the Contract. The Equipment may be delivered by the Company in
advance of the quoted delivery date if agreed with the Customer.
5.4 - Where the Equipment is ordered to be delivered in installments (.call-off order.), each delivery shall be paid for separately
and failure by the Company to deliver any one or more of the installments in accordance with these Conditions shall not entitle
the Customer to treat the Contract for the whole of the Equipment as repudiated.
5.5 - If the Customer fails or refuses to take delivery of the Equipment or fails to give the Company adequate delivery
instructions by the time stated for delivery then, without prejudice to any other right or remedy available to the Company, the
Company may:
5.5.1 - store the Equipment until actual delivery and charge the Customer the reasonable costs (including insurance) of storage
and subsequent re-delivery; or
5.5.2 - treat the Contract as repudiated and use the Equipment in fulfilment of other Customers. orders.
5.6 - Where the Equipment is to be collected by the Customer, the Company may treat the Contract as repudiated and re-sell
the Equipment if the Customer fails to collect the Equipment within 7 days of notification by the Company that it is ready for
despatch.
5.7 - The Company may charge the Customer for packaging, insurance, carriage and freight of the Equipment. The Company
may pack the Equipment in whatever manner it considers reasonable. The Company shall be under no obligation to conform
to any limits for weights or measurements of any consignment of Equipment.
6 TITLE AND RISK
6.1 - Risk of loss or damage to the Equipment shall pass to the Customer when the Equipment is delivered to the Customer. If
the Equipment is carried at the cost of the Company, the Company will only bear the risk of loss or damage in transit if it
receives written notification of such loss or damage within 3 days of delivery, or in the case of non-delivery, within 21 days of
the date of despatch.
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Conditions Of Sale
6.2 - Notwithstanding the passing of risk, the Company retains the legal and equitable title in the Equipment, which shall not pass to the
Customer until the Company has received payment of all sums due to the Company from the Customer under the Contract. Title to software
supplied always remains with the Company.
6.3 - Until title in the Equipment has passed to the Customer the Customer shall hold the Equipment in a fiduciary capacity for the Company.
In particular the Customer shall:
6.3.1 - insure the Equipment against loss or damage with an insurance office of good reputation.
6.3.2 - store the Equipment safely and securely and separately or in some other way ensure that it is readily identifiable as the property of the
Company;
6.3.3 - return the Equipment to the Company forthwith on demand.
6.4 - For so long as the Customer continues to trade and is not insolvent or otherwise within the conditions of Clause 11, the Customer shall
have a license to offer for sale and sell the Equipment in the ordinary course of business as principal for its own account and not as agent for
the Company. The Company may terminate this license at any time by notice in writing to the Customer. The license will terminate
automatically if the Customer falls within Clause 11.
6.5 - The Company or any of its servants, agents or authorised representatives shall be entitled at any time and without prior notice to
enter on any premises where any Equipment is stored, or is believed by the Company to be stored, to retake possession of any Equipment
and to sell or otherwise deal with or dispose of it.
6.6 - The provisions of this Clause 6 shall survive the termination of the Contract for whatever reason.
7 WARRANTIES
7.1- Subject to the conditions set out below the Company warrants that the Equipment will be free from defects in materials and workmanship
for the relevant warranty period. Unless stated otherwise the warranty period begins on delivery to the Customer.
7.2 - The warranty period for the Equipment is one year unless otherwise stated by the Company in writing at the time of supply. Any
extended warranties shall be subject to the terms and conditions set out separately and pertaining to such specific equipment and
warranty period only. All extended warranties apply to the first customer purchase from the Company and are not transferable.
7.3 - If any of the Equipment does not conform to this warranty, the Company will at its option repair or replace the Equipment.
7.4 - The warranty above is conditional upon:
7.4.1 - the Customer giving written notice to the Company of the alleged defect in the Equipment, setting out full particulars of the defect,
within 14 days of the date on which the defect becomes apparent to the Customer;
7.4.2 - the Company and the Company’s insurers being given a reasonable opportunity to investigate the defects including if requested by
the Company an opportunity to inspect the Equipment at the Customer’s premises; and
7.4.3 - if so requested by the Company, the Customer returning the Equipment to the Company carriage paid.
7.5 - The Company shall be under no liability under the above warranty:
7.5.1 - in respect of any defect in the Equipment arising from any drawing, design or specification supplied by the Customer;
7.5.2 - in respect if any defect arising from fair wear and tear, wilful damage, negligence of the Customer, abnormal working conditions, failure
to properly maintain and operate the Equipment in accordance with its specifications, failure to follow the Company’s instructions or industry
standards and practices, misuse or alteration or repair of the Equipment without the Company’s approval or improper storage;
7.5.3 - where the Equipment is transported to the Customer at the Customer’s risk and the defect occurred during transit;
7.5.4 - in respect of parts, materials or Equipment not manufactured by the Company in which case the Customer shall only be entitled to the
benefit of any warranty or guarantee as it is given by the manufacturer to the Company.
7.6 - The Company shall have no liability under this warranty other than under Clause 7.3. If the Company fails to comply with its obligations
under Clause 7.3 its liability for such failure shall be limited to the price of the Equipment.
7.7 - Subject to Clause 8, this express warranty is the Customer’s sole remedy in respect of defects in the Equipment and is in lieu of all
warranties, conditions or other terms implied by statute or common law, custom, trade, usage, course of dealing or otherwise, all of which are
excluded to the fullest extent permitted by law.
7.8 - Nothing in these Conditions shall affect the statutory rights of a Customer who is dealing with the Company as a consumer.
8 LIABILITY
8.1 - Except in respect of:
8.1.1 - injury to or death of any person caused by the Company’s negligence
8.1.2 - the Company’s liability under the Consumer Protection Act 1987 for any injury to or death of any person or loss of or damage to
property intended for private use caused by a defect in the Equipment;
8.1.3 - breach on the part of the Company of any undertaking as to title implied by Section 12 of the Sale of Goods Act 1979 or Section 2 of
the Supply of Goods and Services Act 1982; or
8.1.4 - insofar as any exclusion or limitation of the Company’s liability under the Contract is otherwise prohibited, void or unenforcable by law.
The Company shall not be liable for any loss or damage which arises out of or in connection with the supply of the Equipment or its use or
resale by the Customer except as expressly provided in these Conditions. The Company shall not be liable for interference with or from other
radio equipment or services due to the installation or use of the Equipment. If requested to investigate such interference the Company will
charge for the service at its current rates.
8.1.5 - the Company shall not be liable for any consequential or indirect loss suffered by the Customer whether this arises from a breach of
duty, in contract or in tort, including negligence, or in any other way including without limitation loss of business, goodwill or profit.
8.2 - In the event that notwithstanding the provision of Clauses 7.6, 7.7, and
8.1, the Company is found liable for any loss or damage suffered by the Customer, that liability shall in no event exceed the amount of
insurance cover the Company has in respect of the particular liability.
9 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY/SOFTWARE
9.1 - No intellectual property rights in or associated with the Equipment shall pass to the Customer as a result of the sale of the Equipment to
the Customer.
9.2 - The Company endeavours not to offer for sale Equipment which infringes known and valid patents or other intellectual property rights
but shall not be liable in any manner whatsoever to the Customer for any costs, damages or loss of profits arising from the use or sale of the
Equipment which infringes or allegedly infringes any patent, registered design, copyright or other intellectual property rights of any third
party.
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9.3 - Software embedded in the Equipment and stored in programmable read only memory is supplied by way of irrevocable nonexclusive license to the Customer to use such software in or in respect of the Equipment. The Customer shall not other than as
expressly permitted
by these Conditions, copy, reproduce, translate, adapt, de-compile, modify, reverse engineer or disassemble any such software. The
Customer acknowledges that the copyright and other intellectual property rights in such software are the property of and shall
remain with the Company.
9.4 - Software supplied by the Company which is not embedded in the Equipment is licensed on the basis of a Software License
Agreement normally provided with each copy of that software or its handbook and the Customer agrees to use such software strictly in
accordance with the terms of its license.
9.5 - The Company also reserves the copyright and all other intellectual property rights in all its prototypes, software, drawings,
sketches, plans, prints and other documentation or data. No reproduction thereof shall be made without permission of the Company
and the Customer shall not transfer or part with possession, to a third party, of any of the above without the written permission of the
Company.
10 EXPORT CONDITIONS
10.1 - In these Conditions .Incoterms. means the international rules for the interpretation of trade Conditions of the International
Chamber of Commerce as in force at the date when the contract between the Company and the Customer was made. These
Conditions shall prevail over Incoterms in the event of inconsistency between them.
10.2 - Where the Equipment is supplied for export from the United Kingdom, the provision of this Clause 10 shall apply
notwithstanding any other provisions of these Conditions, subject to any special Conditions agreed in writing between the Company
and the Customer.
10.3 - The Customer shall pay any bank or other charges on negotiable instruments in respect of export payments.
10.4 - Unless otherwise specified on the order acknowledgement issued by the Company to the Customer for the Equipment,
Incoterms ex works shall apply.
10.5 - Where delivery is made f.o.b. the Company shall be under no obligation to give notice under Section 32(3) of the Sale of Goods
Act 1979.
10.6 - Where testing and inspection of the Equipment is required before shipment the Customer shall be responsible for arranging this
at the Company’s premises. The Company shall have no liability for any defect in the Equipment in respect of any damage during
transit.
10.7 - Unless otherwise agreed in writing between the Company and the Customer, payment shall be made by irrevocable letter of
credit opened by the Customer in favour of the Company and confirmed by a bank in the UK approved by the Company
11 INSOLVENCY OF CUSTOMER
11.1 - If the Customer is unable to pay its debts, ceases to carry on business or becomes bankrupt or insolvent or any steps are taken
by any person with a view to its winding up or dissolution or it enters into any composition or arrangement for the benefit of its
creditors, or any trustee, liquidator, receiver or similar officer is appointed to it over its
assets, the Company shall be entitled to cancel the Contract or suspend any further deliveries under the Contract without any liability to
the Company and if the Equipment has been delivered but not paid for the price shall become immediately due and payable
notwithstanding any previous agreement or arrangement to the contrary.
12 SPECIFICATIONS
12.1 - The Company may alter specifications, dimensions and other product details as stated by the Company at any time without
notice.
12.2 - If the Equipment is to be manufactured or any process is to be applied to the Equipment by the Company in accordance with a
specification submitted by the Customer, the Customer shall indemnify the Company against all loss, damages, Costs and expenses
awarded, against or incurred by the Company in connection with or paid or agreed to be paid by the Company in settlement of any
claim or infringement of any patent, copyright, design, trade mark or other intellectual property right of any other person which results
from the Company’s use of the Customer’s specification.
13 MISCELLANEOUS
13.1 - The laws of England shall govern any controversy or claim of whatever nature arising out of or relating to these conditions or
breach thereof.
13.2 - All disputes arising in connection with these Conditions or the Contract shall be subject to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the
English Courts.
13.3 - The Company is a member of the group of companies whose holding company is Bewator AB and accordingly the Company
may perform any of its obligations or exercise any of its rights under these Conditions by itself or through any other member of its
group, provided that any act or omission of any such other member shall be deemed to be the act or omission of the Company.
13.4 - The Company shall not be liable in any circumstances for any failure to perform any obligations where such failure is due to
industrial dispute; acts or delays of suppliers; fire; flood; act of god; armed conflict; any rule or action of any public authority;
transportation delays; refusal or delay in granting any license or permit or any cause beyond the Company’s reasonable control.
13.5 - Any notice required or permitted to be given by either party to the other under these conditions shall be in writing addressed to
the other party at the address shown on the acceptance of order or quotation of the Company or such other address as may have been
notified pursuant to this Clause to the party giving the notice.
13.6 - The failure of either party to exercise or enforce any rights under this Agreement shall not amount to a waiver of those rights.
13.7 - The illegality or invalidity of any part of these Conditions shall not effect the legality or validity of the remainder of them.
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How To Find /
Contact Us...
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Directions By Road:
From the East. Join the M4 Westwards. Exit at Junction 25A. Feed into the left
hand lane, and turn left when you reach the roundabout. Take the next slip road,
down to a roundabout, with the Rising Sun Pub on your left. Take the first exit. At
the next T-Junction, turn right. Follow the road almost to the end, where you will
see our head quarters on the left :
Contact Details
Telephone:
Main Switchboard:
UK Access Control:
01633 821000
01633 820610
Fax:
01633 850893
E-mail:
sales@bewator.co.uk
Website:
www.bewator.co.uk
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How To Find / Contact Us...
Head Office
Bewator Ltd
Albany Street
Newport, South Wales
NP20 5XW
For further information contact: Bewator Ltd, Albany Street, Newport
South Wales, NP20 5XW, United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)1633 821000, Fax: +44 (0)1633 850893, email: sales@bewator.co.uk
www.bewator.co.uk
In pursuance of improvement, the company reserves the right to alter the specifications, details and prices of the equipment and services described in this brochure without prior notice. All products are trademarks for the companies of origin. E&OE
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