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Guard Tour System - CyberLock Inc. - Facility Management Product Release
IBR9000 iButton reader can store more than 9,000 ID reads with a date and time stamp provided by its real-time internal clock. Data is stored in non-volatile RAM, so it will not be lost when the battery is changed. Reader connects by infrared to encoder to transfer data to computer. Can be used in temperatures ranging from -4 degrees F to 140 degrees F. One-touch data collection from iButtons, which can be mounted on objects ranging from bags to walls to equipment.
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