The access control system offers a high level of security in your home and office. Access control systems keep restricted areas protected from intruders and only allow access to authorized personnel.
The access control system even records employee login times. It protects and secures people, documents, and devices from certain facilities.
Access control systems are highly functional in buildings with multiple entry points. Entry and exit through these doors is controlled by an access control system using various types of security devices.
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The most common are control panels with numbered buttons or touch screens connected to a door lock and lock system. Certain PIN codes are entered by employees and approved by the access control system.
The second device used by the access control system is the Magstripe Reader, also known as the Swipe Card Reader. The employee is given a coded card which he slides to disable the door locking system. Encrypted cards often serve as IDs as well.
With a smart card reader, the access control system can process additional information about other company services. For example, the waiting time and time limit are recorded. Access control systems can also be linked to company payroll systems, parking systems, catering and sales services.
Finally, an access control system with a biometric fingerprint reader uses certain features such as fingerprints and eye scans to identify employees who have access to certain rooms. The system is very accurate and avoids problems such as stolen or lost cards.