Card and ticket readers

Our reader terminals are connected to the database of the EMS-4000 pay station and process issued barcode tickets and RFID cards. The terminals are used to open turnstiles, barriers, doors or to activate other devices.

Wall terminal

At the splash-proof wall terminal, both RFID cards and barcode media can be read. The contactless reader technology enables a wear-free operation. The risk of the terminal breaking open is also reduced, as there are no cash reserves in the housing.

Fields of application:

  • Access function, e.g. for controlled access to parking garage or sanitary facilities
  • Billing function, e.g. for the activation of up to 2 washing machines or e-charging stations


Column terminal outdoor

Access readers allow access to a specific area and can be used as door openers, as a control unit for a turnstile or group doors. The built-in hybrid motor reader can either return or collect barcode and RFID tickets.

Built-in terminal

Existing devices with coin acceptors (e.g. vacuum cleaners, washing machines or high-pressure cleaners) can be converted to cashless payment with RFID card credit with minimal effort. The existing coin validator is simply exchanged for the dimensionally compatible RFID built-in reader.

Also the existing device control does not have to be changed: The built-in reader simulates the coin-insertion checker impulses expected by the device control when a card is booked.

Wall terminal car wash

The robust stainless steel wall terminal, the vandal-proof buttons and the contactless reader technology used guarantee high availability in humid areas. Barcode paper tickets and RFID plastic cards are processed. The tickets and cards can be drawn in by the motorized hybrid reader. Thus, reuse by reissuing the RFID cards is possible.

After entering a valid ticket, the washing program is transmitted to the portal washing system via BCD code. The wash is started by pressing the green illuminated button. The color display informs the waiting customer e.g. about the current care progress and the remaining waiting time.