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The 2N Driver for External USB Readers for Windows based systems allows you, with appropriate external reader, to add RFID card codes, Bluetooth pairing and fingerprints directly from your computer to a 2N® IP Intercom or Access Unit reader. Please note that the device needs to be equipped with matching hardware for each mentioned technology to be able to use it for authorization purposes.

Note: Please always use the latest driver. The driver is available for download on the 2N webpage (https://www.2n.cz) in the section Support - Software - Intercoms.

Requirements: Windows based operating system (Windows 7 64bit or higher)

One of following External USB readers:

External RFID Reader 13.56MHz + 125kHz (USB Interface) Order No.: 9137421E

External Bluetooth Reader (USB Interface) Order No.: 9137422E

External Fingerprint Reader (USB Interface) Order No.: 9137423E


Step by step guide

Installation

1) Download the driver from 2N web page to your computer and extract it from archive.

 

 

2) Install the USB driver to your computer. In case of any warning message, please use Ignore button

 

 

3) Once the driver is installed, please start it. A blue icon with white stripes will appear in Windows notification. Please note that Windows may move the icon to Notification overflow area, unless you set the icon to show permanently.

 

 

4) Once the driver is started, you can connect your external USB RFID reader, Bluetooth reader or Fingerprint reader to your computer. The driver will automatically detect any connected external reader and you can start using it.

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When connecting the any of external USB reader for first time, it may take few seconds (based on your computer) until the driver is properly set.

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In default settings, the driver is enabled to read both 13,56MHz and 125kHz RFID cards, use Bluetooth dongle for device pairing and Fingerprint is also enabled.

 

5) If you wish to start the driver along with Windows, you can set this by opening driver's settings by right clicking on its icon and then left clicking on the Settings option.

In the General menu section, you can set the driver to Run on startup.

 

Usage

When the driver is successfully installed, please make sure it is running and connect the external USB reader to a USB port of the same computer.

You can use the following types of external USB readers:

External RFID Reader 13.56MHz + 125kHz (USB Interface) Order No.: 9137421E

When connected properly, it will be shown in the driver's settings this way (COM port number may vary):


When you have the external USB reader connected, please use your web browser to open the 2N® IP Intercom, Access Unit or Access Commander configuration in order to use its web page to read card IDs by clicking the buttons shown on following pictures:

                                                firmware 2.23.1 and older:

                                                         firmware 2.24.0 and later:



External Bluetooth Reader (USB Interface) Order No.: 9137422E

When connected properly, it will be shown in the driver's settings this way (COM port number may vary):


When you have the external USB reader connected, please use your web browser to open the 2N® IP Intercom, Access Unit or Access Commander configuration in order to use its web page to pair Bluetooth devices:

                                               firmware 2.23.1 and older:

                                                        firmware 2.24.0 and later:



External Fingerprint Reader (USB Interface) Order No.: 9137423E

 

When connected properly, it will be shown in the driver's settings this way (COM port number may vary):

 

 

When you have the external USB reader connected, please use your web browser to open the 2N® IP Intercom or Access Unit configuration in order to use its web page to setup fingerprints:

                                               firmware 2.23.1 and older:

                                                firmware 2.24.0 and later:

More product information:

  • Access Control (Official Website 2N)