SafeTrolley E60 Card and Pin Access Control

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Quick Overview

  • Card / Pin Access Control System
  • Anti-vandal Metal Casing
  • IP65 Waterproof Design
  • Slim and Elegant Design
  • 1,000 Card Users Capacity
  • Standalone System
  • Easy Programming
  • Installation Included
  • 1 Year Onsite Full Warranty


E60 is a compact, robust and lightweight metal access controller with remarkable features such as IP65 waterproof and dustproof, vandal resistant and slim design. It is suitable for installation in space limited area and especially outdoor environment.

It is equipped with a keypad to operate in standalone mode by connecting a door lock, exit switch, alarm and door sensor to the relay contacts. This durable keypad is also backlit for ease of use in low lighting conditions.


  • Reads password and/or 125KHz EM card 
  • Built-in auxiliary input with enhanced flexibility to link with wired detector or emergency switch
  • Supports SRB mini controller by wiegand connection
  • Supports switch to Reader Mode and configurable wiegand 26 bit or 34 bit
  • Anti-vandal, waterproof & back-lit keypad with metal key buttons
  • Audible beep and visible indicator provide feedback for the user
  • Access control interfaces for electric lock, door sensor, alarm, exit button and doorbell
  • Lock Control Delay, Unlock Duration, Alarm Delay are programmable from 0 to 254 second
  • Optical tamper switch and multiple alarm outputs
  • Slim, elegant and rugged design


LED Indicator

Green, Red


White backlit, Numeric keys 0~9, Function keys *, #, Bell

Verification Type

Card, PW, Card/PW, Card+PW

Built-in Card Reader

125kHz RFID proximity reader

Reader Range

5 - 10cm

Card Capacit


Password Capacity

8 Password Groups

Wiegand Interface

Wiegand output

Access Control interfaces

3rd party electric lock, door sensor, exit button, door alarm

Power Supply

12V DC

Operating Temperature

-20 °C - 50 °C

Operating Humidity

< 95%

Dimension (H x W x D):




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