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Nemef Radaris Evolution electronic doorlock for Bwired

Postby Bwired » Sun Mar 28, 2010 7:35 pm

Last years I have been testing all kind of electronic locks but I did not found one which was solid and easy to use for the whole family.
Last week Nemef installed the Radaris Evolution electronic door lock in the Bwired house.
My family is using the Radaris for a week now and they all see the benefits of this lock. With Domotica it's important that the whole family can work with it!
The Radaris is installed together with a new multi-point (3) lock (Nemef 5100 series).

I have the Radaris Evolution with remote controllers, RFid keys and RF-ID cards, It's also possible to still control the lock with your current key.
So I can open the lock with the RFID tag by holding it in front of the Mifare RFID (13.56 MHz) reader of the lock, a green or red light will blink for access or NO access. The door will stay unlocked for 5 seconds. With the small solid 3 key remote I can unlock the the lock for 10 seconds. These remotes are also equiped with RFid, so holding the remote in front of the RFID reader will also unlock :)
The lock comes in various version, I have set my lock so that once you have closed the door you always need to unlock it, even from the inside! this setup is easy if you have little children.

The Radaris is not really opening the complete lock, it's simple unlocking it so you can open the mulipoint lock by hand with the pulling the doorknob down.
You can close the door and the door won't open anymore, to put it on night lock (multi point lock) you have to pull the doorknob up.
So you can't set the lock automatic in night-lock. But personally that is what I like and I think this is much more save to use.

Youtube movie where you can see the different way's to open the door. In the movie you also see the remote RFID reader NE39 which I'm using also to open my door from the inside out. The normal RFID reader is standard present on the outside lock.
I also have the standard transmit unit which has an open collector input so con be connected to my Home Automation system. For example if the doorbell rings I can watch on my Philips Pronto TSU9600 who is there and I can, if I want open the door with a simple key press on the Pronto.
Nemef is almost finished with a 2 way transmit unit which can also see the status of the lock, I will install this on Bwired as soon as its available.

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Mulipoint Nemef Lock being installed on Bwired door
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Nemef Radaris Evolution with RFID on Bwired frontdoor
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Nemef Multipoint lock assembled for Bwired
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NEMEF NE39 RFID unit beside Visonic panel
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Possible remote for the Radaris Evolution
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NEmef NE39 remote RFID Reader
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SendUnit with Open Collector input
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For more information reply to this topic or visit the Nemef site.
http://www.nemef.nl/radaris_evolution
nemef.nl/custom/instanties/inst_724/999 ... lution.pdf

• SKG ** ® lock and outershield combination (SKH klasse 3, NEN 5096, Politiekeurmerk Veilig Wonen®)
• Inner and outer shield of 12 mm solid extruded aluminum profile.
• The electronics and batteries (AA) located within the shield (iside door). The antenna is located outside in the shield.
• Operation with Nemef Mifare card (AES encrypted), Keyfobs, Nemef remote control or a mechanical key.
• Highly energy efficient by using 2 AA alkaline / lithium batteries (up to 25,000 openings or 5 years).
• Suitable for interior and exterior doors.
• Keyhole is above the doorknob for more easy use

See also my blog about the Nemef Radaris evolution on Bwired
http://www.bwired.nl/weblog.asp?id=375

And the follow up on interfacing the Nemef Raradis Evolution RF Module
domoticaforum.eu/viewtopic.php?f=23& ... amp;t=5723
http://www.bwired.nl/nemefradaris.asp

Voor het goed en goedkoop infreezen (inzetten en stellen) van een 3 puntslot zoals bijvoorbeeld de Nemef Radaris of andere soortgelijke sloten is voor omgeving Brabant de Engelse Timmerman http://www.engelsetimmerman.nl een goedkope optie.
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Re: Nemef Radaris Evolution for Bwired

Postby TANE » Sun Mar 28, 2010 8:01 pm

Looks good
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Re: Nemef Radaris Evolution electronic doorlock for Bwired

Postby Bwired » Tue Mar 30, 2010 1:17 pm

update: I just found out that the remotes (AB) also have a RFID chip inside.
So opening the door with the remote can be done by pushing the button on the remote or just hold the remote in front of the RFID reader.
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Re: Nemef Radaris Evolution electronic doorlock for Bwired

Postby Snelvuur » Tue Mar 30, 2010 2:29 pm

So if somebdoy here would buy it, whats the total price?
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Re: Nemef Radaris Evolution electronic doorlock for Bwired

Postby Bwired » Tue Mar 30, 2010 4:18 pm

I'm not sure, I haven't receive the bill yet :wink:
I think the radaris was around 550 euro, If I rember right Rene did some research on it.
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Re: Nemef Radaris Evolution electronic doorlock for Bwired

Postby Bwired » Tue Mar 30, 2010 4:39 pm

Here you can see the Nemef NE39 RFID/Remote controller unit beside my Visonic alarm panel.
On hbe background you can see the Nemef Radaris Evolution door lock as well
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Re: Nemef Radaris Evolution electronic doorlock for Bwired

Postby Rene » Tue Mar 30, 2010 7:14 pm

Bwired wrote:I'm not sure, I haven't receive the bill yet :wink:
I think the radaris was around 550 euro, If I rember right Rene did some research on it.


That would have been someone else.
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Re: Nemef Radaris Evolution electronic doorlock for Bwired

Postby Digit » Tue Mar 30, 2010 10:01 pm

I think it was during the latest Domotica day in Eindhoven that this price was mentioned.
But probably this price is without any additional accessories.
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Re: Nemef Radaris Evolution electronic doorlock for Bwired

Postby Snelvuur » Wed Mar 31, 2010 8:55 pm

i think that was the base, then comes the rest.. i believe to get something like you have that you would be above 1k ..

so can you lock your door now automaticly (nachtslot) at 24:00 each night for instance?
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Re: Nemef Radaris Evolution electronic doorlock for Bwired

Postby DJF3 » Wed Mar 31, 2010 10:02 pm

I would also be very interested to know how much a solution like this co$t$.

- Lock
- Remote
- RF reader
- Labor

Who could share some of this information?

DJ

PS. Regardless of the fact that you might not want it, but can this be integrated with homeseer? I would be thinking of monitoring (battery status, door status, lock status).
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Re: Nemef Radaris Evolution electronic doorlock for Bwired

Postby Bwired » Wed Mar 31, 2010 11:20 pm

NEMEF is almost finished with a 2 way send/receive unit, I will receive this module, then you can also get the status of the lock.
I'm not sure about the specifications at this moment. But you can use this and also the current send unit to integrate in Homeseer.
The unit has a potential free contact as well which can unlock the lock. I can open my door with the Pronto if I want (working on that now)
No problem, if the Radaris receives a unlock and you do nothing the lock will close again after X seconds. I have set these values at 5 seconds for rfid and 10 seconds for remotes.

Nice is also that I have some very small rfid chips too which I can program to be used with the Radaris Evolution and put it in the back of my phone or watch. (I think, haven't tried this yet) :)

@Eric: read the first posting its all in there :wink:
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Re: Nemef Radaris Evolution electronic doorlock for Bwired

Postby Snelvuur » Wed Mar 31, 2010 11:29 pm

@bwired: just teasing :) the loxx solution aint perfect but it is sufficient. I still have a GAF instead of a WAF, maybe thats the difference.. g = girl
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Re: Nemef Radaris Evolution electronic doorlock for Bwired

Postby r_255 » Thu Apr 01, 2010 9:51 am

@Snelvuur,

Be glad, at the time they become wife they start barking ( WAF ) and all the fun is gone ;)
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Re: Nemef Radaris Evolution electronic doorlock for Bwired

Postby Bwired » Thu Apr 01, 2010 7:47 pm

I know, I have Loxx also.
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Re: Nemef Radaris Evolution electronic doorlock for Bwired

Postby Bwired » Thu Oct 07, 2010 9:59 am

I updated my Nemef Radaris Evolution with a RFID reader on the inside making it easier to go out (standard locked)
In and outside are seperate RFID readers with each its own ID, So the keyfobs (tags) need to be programmed for these reader separate.
Also its possible to see who coming in and going out etc.
see also http://www.bwired.nl/weblog.asp?id=396

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