Reader Validator: BEA-AEP Futura 3
The Reader Validator solution works based on the utilization of two main components, the model BEA-AEP Futura 3 Reader Validator in conjunction with the Operator Console Unit

The Reader Validator solution works based on the utilization of two main components, the model BEA-AEP Futura 3 Reader Validator in conjunction with the Operator Console Unit (OCU) that will be installed on both the fixed route buses and the paratransit vehicles.

 

The Reader Validator firmware is modular, thus facilitating real time updating of the data and the application and making it possible to incorporate new functions, update tariffs and implements new tickets and tariff policies, making it a vital element in tariff and intermodal integration.

Features

  • Multimedia high quality validator

  • Display 7"

  • High security

  • Capacitive touch screen

  • Audio synthesis

  • Due licht bar RGB

  • IK/10/IP65

  • Multistandard contactless reader

  • Optical reader

  • Light bars

Specs

  • Housing protection IP54 (IEC EN 60529), when installed on its supports.

  • Mechanical impact protection: IK09 (IEC EN 62262), when installed on its supports.

  • Display area IK08.

  • Shock and vibrations resistance: according to IEC EN 50155.

  • Weight: 1,250g. May vary according configuration.

  • Dimensions: 312x162x80mm

  • Contactless subsystem allows to read and write cards according

  • ISO 14443A & B and EMV level 1.

  • Carrier frequency: 13,56 MHz.

  • Command set: 7816 3‐4.

  • RF speed: up to 848 bps.

  • Possible security features: anti-collision, encrypted communication using AES, DES and 3‐DES algorithms, mutual authentication between validator and card etc.

  • SAM interface: for 4 ISO 7816 modules inside the reader, 1 standard size, 3 micro.

  • Can process NFC phones in card emulation mode and most common smart cards, as CD21, Tango, TimeCOS, GTML, CD97, CT 4002, CTS, CTM, MIFARE Classic, MIFARE Ultralight, DESfire,

Tablet

The Operator will be able to interact with both the Farebox through the use of the Operator Console Unit (OCU). It will be through this device that the Operator will be able to log-on/log-off from the BEA Smart-FBX, when starting or ending his/her shift, changing routes or directions.

Features

The Windows based OCU-FBX has a 7” touch-screen and tactile keys, which can be re-program depending of the screen on which they are been used.

Specs

  • Touch-screen: 7 inch, 200 cd/m2

  • Configurable tactile keys

  • RS232 Ports         

- 1 X 5 Wire (TX, RX, RTS, CTS, GND), 300 - 115200 bps

- 1 X 3 Wire (TX, RX, GND) 300 - 115200 bps

  • USB OTG Port: USB 2.0 low, full and high speed

  • The platform: Microsoft® Windows® Embedded CE 6 operating system

  • Temperature Range             

- Operating: -4 °F to +158 °F (-20 °C to +70 °C)

- Storage: -22 °F to +176 °F (-30 °C to +80 °C)

  • Humidity: 95% ±5%RH, +40°C, non-condensing