PRX-NPROX
Nano Proximity Card Reader
Installation Manual
The specifications and descriptions of products and services contained in this manual were correct at the time of
printing. Integrated Control Technology Limited reserves the right to change specifications or withdraw products
without notice. No part of this document may be reproduced, photocopied, or transmitted in any form or by any
means (electronic or mechanical), for any purpose, without the express written permission of Integrated Control
Technology Limited. Designed and manufactured by Integrated Control Technology Limited. Protege® and the
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names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.
Copyright © Integrated Control Technology Limited 2003-2011. All rights reserved.
Publication Date: April 2011
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Contents
1 Welcome _________________________________________________________________ 5 2 Protege System Management Suite __________________________________________ 6 2.1 3 Proximity Modules .........................................................................................................6 Mounting _________________________________________________________________ 7 3.1 Mounting Instructions ....................................................................................................7 4 Wiegand Connection _______________________________________________________ 8 5 AUX Button Input _________________________________________________________ 10 6 Installer Programming _____________________________________________________ 11 6.1 Entering Programming Mode ......................................................................................11 6.2 Address Selection .......................................................................................................12 6.3 Data Programming ......................................................................................................12 6.4 Address 1 - Card/Tag Format .....................................................................................13 6.5 Address 2 - Data Inferface ..........................................................................................13 6.6 Address 3 - LED Control .............................................................................................13 6.7 Address 4 - Intelligent Tamper ....................................................................................14 6.8 Address 5 - External Button ........................................................................................14 6.9 Address 6 - Operation Mode .......................................................................................14 6.10 Address 7 - Master User .............................................................................................15 6.11 Address 8 - Device Address ........................................................................................15 6.12 Address 9 - Door Pre Alarm ........................................................................................15 6.13 Address 10 - Door Left Open ......................................................................................16 6.14 Address 12 - Default....................................................................................................16 6.15 Address 15 - Set Up Client Code ................................................................................16 7 User Programming _______________________________________________________ 17 7.1 Entering User Program Mode ......................................................................................17 7.2 Address Selection .......................................................................................................17 7.3 Address 1 - Add User ..................................................................................................17 7.4 Address 2 - Add Super User .......................................................................................18 7.5 Address 3 - Add Master User ......................................................................................18 7.6 Address 4 - Super User Unlock...................................................................................18 7.7 Address 9 - Delete Users ............................................................................................18 PRX-NPROX Nano Proximity Card Reader
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8 Mechanical Diagram ______________________________________________________ 19 9 Technical Diagram ________________________________________________________ 20 10 Technical Specifications ___________________________________________________ 21 11 Ordering Information ______________________________________________________ 22 12 Warranty ________________________________________________________________ 23 13 Contact _________________________________________________________________ 24 4
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Welcome
Thank you for choosing the Nano Prox Card Reader from Integrated Control Technology. The Nano Prox Card
Reader is an advanced technology radio frequency identification device (RFID) specifically designed to enhance
the functionality of security, building automation and access control by providing multiple format compatibility,
high speed data transmission, built in standalone operation and sabotage protection.
The Nano Prox Card Reader is designed to operate as a Normal Wiegand Proximity Reader or as a complete
Standalone Single Door Controller. The Nano Prox Card Reader can be programmed to perform and operate
using different card and data output formats.
Before installing the Nano Prox Card Reader, we highly recommend you read this manual carefully and ensure
that the data formats you program will operate with the configured access control or security product.
The current features of the Nano Prox Card Reader include:
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Bi Color LED (Red and green) with Independent or Single LED Control
Programmable Wiegand Data Formats from 26 to 128 Bit with Card Configured Output
Keep Alive Transmission every 30 seconds for Intelligent Tamper Management
Fully encapsulated design for outdoor and indoor operation
Read range up to 120mm (4.00”) with Clamshell type cards
When receiving the Nano Prox Card Reader you should find the kit contains the items listed below. The kit type is
clearly labelled on the packaging and will tell you what your kit contains.
Please note that if you do not have the correct contents contact your distributor immediately.
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Nano Prox Card Reader
Nano Prox Card Reader Quick Start Guide
Mounting template sticker
For more information on the Nano Prox Card Reader and other Integrated Control Technology products please
login to www.incontrol.co.nz.
Indicates a warning or advisory message relating to the section or location
Indicates a hint or suggestion that relates to the section or location
[TEXT]
Bold text enclosed in brackets is used to show a section number or address of a programmable
option or information on programming shortcut sequences.
Italics
Italic text shows a reference to a section, page, manual or website
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Protege System Management Suite
The Protege System Management Suite application is a Windows based Integrated Access Control and Alarm
Management System designed for any configuration from single site, single Protege SE Integrated System
Controller applications up to global multi-national corporations using multiple site, multiple-Protege SE Integrated
System Controller installations.
Product Code
Description
PRT-SMGT-ENT
Protege System Management Suite Enterprise Edition
PRT-SMGT-PRO
Protege System Management Suite Professional Edition
PRT-SMGT-STN
Protege System Management Suite Standard Edition
PRT-SMGT-1U
Protege System Management Suite Single Client License Edition
2.1 Proximity Modules
Modules that are currently available are listed below. Visit www.incontrol.co.nz for the latest product information.
Product Code
Description
PRX-VARIO
Vario Prox Card Reader
PRX-NANO
Nano Prox Card Reader
PRX-MULTI
Multi Prox Card Reader
PRX-OPIN
Opin Wiegand Keypad
PRX-CLAM
Proximity Clamshell Card
PRX-ISO
Proximity Card ISO
PRX-ISO-MAG
Proximity Card ISO Mag
PRX-TAG
Proximity Standard Key Tag
PRX-TAG-BL
Proximity Blue Key Tag
PRX-DISC-20
Proximity Adhesive Disc
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Mounting
The Nano Prox Card Reader is intended to provide the reading component of access control, time and
attendance and alarm systems. It is intended to be mounted on a wall with adequate air flow around and through
it.
3.1 Mounting Instructions
Step 1
Select where to mount the Nano Prox Card Reader. Ensure the Nano Prox Card Reader is mounted a minimum
of 1.1m (3.5ft) away from other wiring. E.g. ACM power, computer data wiring, telephone wiring and wiring to
electric lock devices. Use the template sticker provided in the kit as a guide to correctly position the Nano Prox
Card Reader.
Step 2
Hold the rear case half against the wall and mark the mounting holes and cable entry area. The cable entry area
should align with a hole cut through the plaster wall-board. Cables are intend-ed to be run inside the wall. Use
appropriate screws (not supplied) to affix the case to the wall.
Step 3
Run the wiring. Refer to later sections of this manual for the electrical connections. Leave about 20cm (8") of wire
protruding through the center of the mounted half of the case.
Step 4
Connect the wiring to the Nano Prox Card Reader electronics, then use the top case to press gently on the
bottom mounted case until you hear the clip snap into place.
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Wiegand Connection
When using the standard Wiegand Interface to the access controller or reader expander two wiring methods can
be used. Dual LED operation allows the signalling of both LED’s independently using the LED control lines and is
ideal to show the status of alarm or other integrated signals. Single LED allows a single LED line to control both
LED colors.
SHIELD
0V
R1
DATA 0
D0
R1
BLACK
GREEN
BEEPER
BZ
R1
BLUE
RED LED
L2
R1
BROWN
GREEN LED
L1
R1
ORANGE
DATA 1
D1
R1
WHITE
+
R1
+12V
RED
YELLOW
Figure 1 - Dual LED Connection
SHIELD
BEEPER
BZ
R1
BLUE
RED LED
L2
R1
BROWN
GREEN LED
L1
R1
ORANGE
DATA 1
D1
R1
WHITE
DATA 0
D0
R1
GREEN
0V
R1
BLACK
+12V
+
R1
RED
YELLOW
Figure 2 - Single LED Connection
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Using the recommended cables listed in the Technical Specifications splice these cables together with the pigtail
of the reader and seal the splice. Route the cable from the reader to the host controller. Connect the cables as
shown in figure 1 for Dual LED Operation or figure 2 for Single LED Operation.
Connect the reader shield to a suitable earth point. DO NOT connect the shield to a ground or AUX
connection. DO NOT connect the shield wires together at the reader cable splice. With the shield wire
already terminated at the reader terminate the shield at the controller.
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AUX Button Input
Button input wiring configuration is shown below. This hardware option must be enabled using the Nano Prox
Card Installer Address 5. For programming options refer to the Protégé® System Manual or the access controller
manual for the system that the Nano Prox Card is connected to.
SHIELD
BLACK
R1
GREEN
D0
R1
WHITE
D1
R1
ORANGE
L1
R1
BROWN
L2
R1
BLUE
BZ
R1
0V
+
R1
+12V
RED
YELLOW
Figure 3 - RS-485 Interface
Connect a normally open button or switch as shown in Figure 3 and complete the programming within the
Protege Integrated System for the functionality required.
Connect the reader shield to a suitable earth point. DO NOT connect the shield to a ground or AUX
connection. External Button Input Mode and single LED operation must be enabled when using this
wiring configuration.
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Installer Programming
By default the Nano Prox Card Reader is factory configured to send data in 26 Bit Wiegand Format, it will read all
card formats and operate in the dual LED line mode. This configuration can be changed to suit system operating
requirements.
Programming is completed by presenting a programming card to the unit within the first 2 minutes of power
being applied.
For information on standalone and end user programming options refer to User Programming (see page 17).
6.1 Entering Programming Mode
To program the Nano Prox Card Reader power it up and then badge the programming card once. The Card
Reader will then ‘beep-beep’ to indicate the card has been read. It will then illuminate the RED LED to indicate
programming mode has been entered.
Present the programming card within 30 seconds of the Nano Prox Card Reader being powered up.
Data entry and the menu will time out after 2 minutes of no activity and revert to normal activity, any
programming changes will be lost.
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6.2 Address Selection
Once the reader is in programming mode present the programming card to the reader the number of times
matching the data value or option for the selected address.
Example: To program Address 3 (LED Configuration) the programming card will be presented to the card reader
three times. The card reader will then respond by beeping twice and flashing the Red LED to indicate data entry
mode has been entered and that the user should present the card the required number of times to set the
desired option.
Entering an address value that does not exist or not entering any data when an address is selected will
result in the reader timing out and a long beep tone being generated.
Address
Programming Options
1
Card Reading Format
2
Data Output Format
3
LED Configuration
4
Intelligent Tamper Mode
5
Auxiliary Button Input Mode
6
Nano Prox Card Operating Mode
7
Add Standalone Master Card
8
Nano Prox Card RS-485 Address
9
Door Pre-Alarm Time
10
Door Left Open Time
11
Version Information
12
Default
15
Client Code Configuration
6.3 Data Programming
To program a data value in the selected address location the same method as the address programming is used.
Present the Programming Card to the reader the number of times matching the data value or option for the
selected address. Ensure the reader ‘beeps’ after each badge. The card reader will then respond by beeping
twice indicating the data was programmed correctly and return to the address selection mode. An invalid entry
will result in a long tone being generated. The data can be entered again or allow the Nano Prox Card to time-out
to select another address.
In the following sections the default configuration setting of each address is shown in bold text.
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6.4 Address 1 - Card/Tag Format
The card/tag transponder format defines how the Nano Prox Card will decode cards and tags that are presented
during standalone and normal operation.
Setting
Function
1
Read all card types
2
ICT Prox Format
3
Postech Format
4
HID Format
5
ICT and HID Format
6
ICT and Postech Format
7
Postech and HID Format
6.5 Address 2 - Data Inferface
The data interface format defines how the data is sent using the DO and D1 data interface.
Setting
Function
1
26 Bit Wiegand Format
2
34 Bit Wiegand Format
3
37 Bit Wiegand Format
4
37 Bit Wiegand Alternate Format
5
Card Defined Wiegand Format
6.6 Address 3 - LED Control
The LED Control Configuration settings allow the LED lines to operate in either multiple LED or single LED
control.
Setting
Function
1
Dual LED Input. Red LED control line controls red LED. Green LED control
line controls Green LED.
2
Red LED Always On. Red LED control line will turn Red LED off and Green LED
on.
3
Green LED Always On. Red LED control line will turn Green LED off and Red LED
on.
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6.7 Address 4 - Intelligent Tamper
Enabling the intelligent reader tamper mode will force the Nano Prox Card reader to check in to the device it is
connected to every 30 seconds.
Setting
Function
1
Disabled
2
Enabled
Only enable Intelligent Reader Tamper Mode if the access control system or reader interface supports
intelligent tamper operation.
6.8 Address 5 - External Button
External button input allows the second LED input to be used as a multiple function input for Area Arming,
Request to Exit and Request to Enter buttons.
Enabling the external button input mode requires the Nano Prox Card to be configured in Single LED Mode
operation.
Setting
Function
1
Disabled
2
Enabled
6.9 Address 6 - Operation Mode
The Nano Prox Card Reader provides a high level of flexibility and can be configured to operate in five different
modes.
Setting
Function
1
Normal Wiegand Reader
2
Input Mode. Standalone with 3x Inputs and 2x Outputs.
3
RS-232 Serial Communication Mode. Standalone operation with an RS-232
connection, 2x Inputs and 1x Output.
4
RS-485 Serial Communication Mode. Standalone operation with an RS-485
connection, 2x Inputs and 1x Output.
5
Smart RS-485 Communication Mode. Communicates with the ELT-KLCD and
PRT-RDI2 directly.
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6.10 Address 7 - Master User
Adds a Master User Card. A master card is used to program other users in to the Nano Prox Card when
operating in Standalone Mode.
Once Address 7 has been selected the Installer must present the card that will be configured as the Master User.
Multiple master cards can be programmed by selecting Address 7 for each additional master card.
If the programming card is presented while in this mode, the Nano Prox Card Reader returns to the programming
menu.
6.11 Address 8 - Device Address
The Nano Prox Card Reader can be assigned an address to allow more than 1 module to be connected in a
RS-485 network.
When selecting Address 8 the address must be between 1 and 128. The addressing in the Nano Prox Card
Reader is 0 indexed, 1 badge of the card is equal to Address 0 (Default).
Setting
Function
1
Address 0
2
Address 1
3
Address 2
128
Address 127
6.12 Address 9 - Door Pre Alarm
When the Nano Prox Card Reader is operating in standalone mode the Orange Wire or Input Two (I2) on the
PRX-SAM Interface Board is used to monitor the Door Contact. The Pre Alarm Time sets the period of time the
door can be left open before a warning beep will be generated. The beeper will progress to a constant tone if the
door exceeds the period of time set in the Door Left Open setting. The beeper will be silenced when the door is
closed.
Setting
Function
1
Disabled
2
10 seconds
3
20 seconds
4
30 seconds
5
45 seconds
6
60 seconds
7
120 seconds
8
240 seconds
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6.13 Address 10 - Door Left Open
When the Nano Prox Card Reader is operating in standalone mode the Orange Wire or Input Two (I2) on the
PRX-SAM Interface Board is used to monitor the Door Contact. The Door Left Open Time sets the period of time
the door can be left open before a constant beep output will be generated. The beeper will be silenced when the
door is closed.
Setting
Function
1
Disabled
2
10 seconds
3
20 seconds
4
30 seconds
5
45 seconds
6
60 seconds
7
120 seconds
8
240 seconds
6.14 Address 12 - Default
Selecting Address 12 will default the Nano Prox Card Reader to the factory defaults indicated in this manual and
it will reset all standalone users.
Defaulting the Nano Prox Card Reader will immediately restart the unit and exit programming mode.
6.15 Address 15 - Set Up Client Code
The Nano Prox Card Reader can be configured to operate in a high security mode locking the reader and cards
to a specific client code. Once this address has been selected you must present a valid ICT Client Programming
card to set client code for the Nano Prox Card Reader.
Setting this option will only allow cards with a valid client code for the card reader to be read. It is also
recommended to set the Card/Tag Format (Address 1) to ICT Format to prevent other card formats
from being read.
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User Programming
The user address settings are for programming end user options and user cards in to the Nano Prox Card
Reader when operating in standalone mode. The Master(s) have programming privileges to manage users and
end user configuration options in the system.
7.1 Entering User Program Mode
To access programming mode the Master User must hold down the REX (Request To Exit) Button and present
their card. The Nano Prox Card will respond by beeping twice to acknowledge that programming mode has been
entered.
To enter programming mode the master card can only be presented when the REX (Request To Exit)
Button is pressed.
7.2 Address Selection
To select an address enter user programming as explained in Entering User Programming Mode (see page 17).
The master card is presented to the card reader the number of times matching the address number in the table
below.
Address
Programming Option
1
Add Normal User
2
Add Super User
3
Add Master User
4
Super User Mode
5
Delete All Users
For example to program Address Two (Add Super User) the Master Card card will be presented to the card
reader two times. The card reader will then respond by beeping twice and flashing the Red LED to indicate data
entry mode has been entered and that the user should present the card to program as a super user.
Entering an address value that does not exist or not entering any data when an address is selected will
result in the reader timing out and a long beep tone being generated.
7.3 Address 1 - Add User
A normal user can only unlock the door for the default five second unlock time. To program a normal user select
address one, the Nano Prox Card Reader will emit two beeps and then flash the Red LED, present the user card
to add in to the Nano Prox Card. The Nano Prox Card will emit two beeps to indicate it has programmed the
User in the next available location.
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7.4 Address 2 - Add Super User
A Super User is able to unlock the door for the default five second unlock time and also toggle the Super User
lock control mode if it is programmed by presenting the card three times to the unit. To program a Super User
select address two, the Nano Prox Card Reader will emit two beeps and then flash the Red LED, present the
user card to add in to the Nano Prox Card. The Nano Prox Card will emit two beeps to indicate it has
programmed the Super User in the next available location.
7.5 Address 3 - Add Master User
A Master User is able to unlock the door for the default five second unlock time, add users and toggle the Super
User lock control mode if it is programmed by presenting the card three times to the unit. To program a Master
User select address three, the Nano Prox Card Reader will emit two beeps and then flash the Red LED, present
the user card to add in to the Nano Prox Card. The Nano Prox Card will emit two beeps to indicate it has
programmed the Master User in the next available location.
7.6 Address 4 - Super User Unlock
Super and Master Users have the ability to toggle the lock output by presenting their card three times to the
Nano Prox Card. The Super User Unlock Mode can be changed by the End User.
Setting
Function
1
Unlock Latched
2
Unlock for 2 Hours
3
Unlock for 4 Hours
4
Unlock for 8 Hours
5
Super User Mode Disabled
7.7 Address 9 - Delete Users
This address setting can be selected to remove ALL users from the memory of the Nano Prox Card Reader. To
delete all the users the Master User must select Address 9. The Nano Prox Card will then beep twice, to confirm
the delete operation, the user must badge the master card one more time to complete the operation.
To effectively manage users on the Nano Prox Card Reader we recommend that the Nano Prox
Access Manager application is used.
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Mechanical Diagram
The mechanical diagram shown below outlines the essential details needed to help ensure the correct installation
of the Nano Prox Card Reader.
Power/Status LED
ICT Logo
ICT Logo
Cable Loom
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Technical Diagram
The dimensions shown below outlines the essential details needed to help ensure the correct installation of the
Nano Prox Card Reader.
Height: 80mm
(3.14in)
Depth: 15mm
(0.59in)
Width: 42mm
(1.65in)
Height: 80mm
(3.14in)
Depth: 15mm
(0.59in)
Width: 42mm
(1.65in)
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10 Technical Specifications
The following technical specifications are important and vital to the correct operation of the Nano Prox Card
Reader. Failure to adhere to the technical specifications will result in any warranty or guarantee that was provided
becoming NULL AND VOID.
Integrated Control Technology continually strives to increase the performance of its products and as a result the
specifications may change without notice. It is recommended that you always consult www.incontrol.co.nz for
the latest documentation and product information.
Operating Voltage
12VDC (9.5 to 14VDC)
Operating Current
130mA (peak, reading)
Card Read Range
120mm (4”)
Tag Read Range
80mm (2.95”)
Standalone Operation
100 users
3 access levels (Master, Super, User)
Wiegand Interface
Multiple format 26, 34, 37 Bit data 0 and data 1, card defined.
Max Cable Distance
150m (492ft)
Frequency
125KHz Pulse Width Modulated
Multi Conductor Cable
22Awg alpha 5196, 5198, 18Awg alpha 5386, 5388, 18Awg beldon 9553.
Environment IP Rating
IP55
Operating Temperature
-35˚ to 65˚C (-31˚ to 149˚F)
Storage Temperature
-10˚ to 85˚C (14˚ to 185˚F)
Dimensions (H x W x D)
80 x 42 x 15mm (3.14 x 1.65 x 0.59”)
Weight
124g (4.37oz)
The size of conductor used for the supply of power to the Nano Prox Card Reader should be adequate in size to
prevent voltage drop at the power terminals of no more than 5% of the rated supply voltage.
Specifications are subject to change without notice, please visit www.incontrol.co.nz for updated information.
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11 Ordering Information
Please use the following product codes when placing an order for the Nano Prox Card Reader.
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PRX-NANO
Manuals and literature are available at the Integrated Control Technology website in the documentation section. If
you require manuals on CD-ROM please request a Resource CD-ROM from the website.
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The Seller warrants its products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use for a
period of one year. Except as specifically stated herein, all express or implied warranties whatsoever, statutory or
otherwise, including without limitation, any implied warranty of merchantability and fitness for a particular
purpose, are expressly excluded. The Seller does not install or connect the products and because the products
may be used in conjunction with products not manufactured by the Seller, the Seller cannot guarantee the
performance of the security system. Seller’s obligation and liability under this warranty is expressly limited to
repairing or replacing, at Seller’s option, any product not meeting the specifications. In no event shall the Seller
be liable to the buyer or any other person for any loss or damages whether direct or indirect or consequential or
incidental, including without limitation, any damages for lost profits, stolen goods, or claims by any other party
caused by defective goods or otherwise arising from the improper, incorrect or otherwise faulty installation or use
of the merchandise sold.
Protege and the Protege Logo are registered trademarks of Integrated Control Technology Limited.
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13 Contact
Integrated Control Technology welcomes all feedback.
Please visit our website (http://www.incontrol.co.nz) or use the contact information below.
Integrated Control Technology
P.O. Box 302-340
North Harbour Post Centre
Auckland
New Zealand
11 Canaveral Drive
Albany
North Shore City 0632
Auckland
New Zealand
Phone:
+64-9-476-7124
Fax:
+64-9-476-7128
Email:
sales@incontrol.co.nz or support@incontrol.co.nz
Web:
www.incontrol.co.nz
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