The card resource control device (UKRK) is designed to enable passengers to control the remaining resource of travel tickets on contactless smart cards.
The navigation receiver is designed to determine the current coordinates, speed, acceleration and time from the signals of the satellite navigation systems NAVSTAR/GLONASS/GALILEO.
BMT401 LAN switch is designed to connect several subscribers or local network nodes with the ability to power subscribers using PoE technology.
The BMT400 USB switch is designed for sharing one keyboard and one graphic information manipulator with two PCs.
The product is intended for charging and monitoring the state of the batteries connected to it. The product can charge no more than two BME101 rechargeable batteries at the same time.
The BME004 voltage converter is designed to power a personal computer from a 220 V alternating current network.
BMU328 (BMU329) keyboard is designed to enter information into a computer and is a protected product.
AK-BSK is designed to perform secondary personalization and coding of contactless smart cards "Mifare Classic".
PK-BSK-03 is designed for checking travel tickets based on contactless smart cards in passenger transport
The main purpose is writing and reading data from contactless smart cards such as Mifare Classic 1K (4K) or Mifare Ultralight, as well as loading three sets of access keys to contactless smart cards.
Designed for use in specialized control systems for computer facilities.
The proprietary radar adapter is designed for receiving and processing radar information.
The automated workstation for initialization of travel tickets (ARMI) is intended for use as part of the automated system for controlling the fare of the Minsk metro and is focused on the production, sale and accounting of travel documents based on contactless smart cards, as well as the generation of necessary reports on sold travel documents.