keyless entry security systems
Keyless Entry Security Systems have become a popular method of reducing long-term facility operating costs while significantly increasing premises security and internal controls. In the simplest of forms, a card access system consists of a credential (often a special card or key fob) that is presented to a reader, which is connected to an electronic controller at a door. The controller releases or unlocks the door (if access is allowed) and user-friendly software manages the system.
- Powerful scheduling features allow for granting access for certain people (or groups of people) for specific days and times, for specific doors, or for specific groups of doors.
- Respond quickly to personnel changes impacting security and operations (promotions, terminations, department changes, etc…
- Allow for automatic locking and unlocking of specific doors (public entry) at specific times and days
- Reduce lost key headaches and re-keying of facilities
- Card Access systems can use existing network (with little bandwidth impact), or be network independent—with little impact on functionality
- Monitor doors for a variety of conditions (forced open, propped open, unauthorized access attempted, etc.)
- Integrate Card Access to Telephone entry, time and attendance, intrusion systems, gate control, video badging, elevator control, CCTV systems, wireless controls, mechanical processes and more
- Use extensive system and exception reporting capabilities to track specific activity
- Multiple site scheduling, reporting and controlling allows for central administration of the card access system
- Distributed logic allows for individual door controllers to function independently
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