Electrical systems vary enormously in sophistication and therefore application, from a simple digital code reader for a single door, to a multi-door, combined technology networked system for an airport. Every system has 4 essential ingredients at the door; an external reader unit, some form of electronic locking, a power supply, and a means of egress.
Hardwired systems have the benefit of being in constant contact with the network, exchanging permissions and door events in real time and having assured performance, not relying on a Wi-Fi network for example.
- RFID proximity tags.
- Up to 50,000 users.
- Virtually unlimited number of doors.
- View events in real time.
- Memory capacity of the last 30,000 events.
- On screen photo ID for visual verification.
- Multiple time profiles that can be set up and applied to users or user groups.
- Holiday schedules set up in advance.
- Anti-pass back, disallowing shared access credentials.
- Alarm muster, used with anti-pass back, immediately identify individuals in a building of zone.
- Searchable and reportable audit trail of the last 30,000 events.
- Door alarms in real time – door open too long, door forced, illegal attempted entry, etc.
- Plans and maps that show door and alarm locations.
- Time and attendance data collection for third party solutions.
- Remote site management – manage multiple locations from a central point.