access Control System

what is a turnstile

Turnstile provide the ability to restrict passage to a single person at a time unlike a  door that, once open, many individuals can pass through. Turnstiles and portals manage pedestrian traffic flow and access at checkpoints. Turnstile technologies range from a simple, stand-alone rotating tripod with no accounting functions to electrically activated barriers with optical …

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Access control System overview

Access control system as overview allow the free movement of authorized personnel while restricting unauthorized intrusion.  A device that stops you from getting from A to B unless you are authorized to do so. The device or devices could be: Mechanical, Electric or Motorized Locks. Turnstiles and Tubestiles. Mechanical and Electric Gates, Barriers. Mechanical and …

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Door Entry Phones System

Door Entry Phones System provide a method of securing a premise and allows the occupants to manually control access to the building for visitors once their identity has been checked. An Door Entry Phones System offers either audio or audio and video, the advantage of video being the operator can visually confirm the identity of …

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Wireless Door Locks

Manufactures of Wireless Door Locks produce a wide variety of locking solutions that cover all possible door construction materials and design In order for the locking mechanism to function, batteries are securely held in the lock and can offer a life of over 40,000 lock movements With these types of Wireless Door Locks systems. online …

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Access Control Biometrics

Access Control Biometrics readers are used in higher security areas where the cardholder’s own biometric information is also used to confirm they are allowed access through the door Access Control Biometrics readers are also widely used in time and attendance applications to confirm the correct member of staff is clocking in / out There are …

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Access Control Readers

The access control readers are used by a  cardholder to access an area through. usually a door, but can also be used to open barriers. turnstiles. elevators and sliding gates Readers, when used on a door. are mounted at a height of between 0.9 and 1 meters from the floor. This height is to comply …

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Access Control Credentials

A cardholder Access Control credentials are carried by the user and contains a unique code that is made up of the site code and card number To access a door or portal. the credential is placed near to the reader so it enters the field of the antenna and can pass its contained number back …

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