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Access control systems for buildings and premises are automated solutions used to manage and monitor access of individuals to specific areas. Their main task is to increase security by controlling who, when, and where can enter. These systems are used in both commercial and private facilities, including offices, schools, warehouses, and even residential properties.
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What Are Access Control Systems?

Access control systems consist of electronic devices that control access to a building or rooms within a building. They can be managed locally or remotely and are often integrated with other security systems. They can be applied in various environments such as buildings, rooms, or outdoor areas. Access control systems offer different door unlocking options, such as verification through individual password, RFID card, fingerprint, and even facial recognition.
Access control system to building

What Are Access Control Systems Used For?

The primary function of access control systems is to provide access only to authorized individuals to specific areas, thereby protecting property and information from unauthorized access. Additionally, these systems can record entry and exit history, helping to monitor employee presence and manage potential crisis situations.
Access control reader for fingerprint

How Can We Gain Access to a Building or Room?

On the market, there is a wide range of devices designed to control and manage access to buildings or rooms. These systems offer various authentication and access allocation methods. Depending on the model, an access control system may have several authentication methods or just one.

Methods of building access:

  • Card-based access control - these systems use magnetic cards or RFID proximity cards for user identification. When an RFID card is presented in a specific location, the device scans the card, and if it finds it in the database, grants access to the user.
  • Access codes - each user can be assigned an individual number, so entering the correct PIN code by the user will allow them to open the door.
  • Remote access control - some access control system models use Bluetooth or NFC technology and work with special management applications, allowing remote access control and even configuration from anywhere on earth using a smartphone.
  • Biometric access control systems - depending on the device model, access to a building or room can be obtained using a fingerprint or even facial recognition.
Access control system RFID reader SecureEntry-AC200

What Devices Are Distinguished in Access Control Systems?

Access control systems are devices of various kinds, designed to ensure the security of resources located in commercial buildings, such as corporate headquarters or private premises, such as homes or apartments. Among them, we can distinguish:
  • Access control readers - these are compact devices that, depending on the model, offer access by reading information from an RFID card, scanning fingerprints, facial recognition, or entering a user's individual password via a keypad. Access control readers can be connected to an electric lock, allowing doors to be opened using the above-mentioned methods. When connected to a time recorder inside, the reader gains the additional ability to directly transmit user entry time data to an external device.
  • Electronic locks - devices that, when installed in doors and connected to power, secure the building. An electric or electromagnetic lock can be connected to an external reader for RFID cards, fingerprint scanning, facial recognition, or password, allowing the user to open the door using the selected authentication method.
  • Electronic handles - these are intelligent, advanced devices designed for installation on external or internal doors, offering security and protection. Such devices can provide access through RFID cards, passwords, or fingerprints. Some models also work with applications that, when installed on a smartphone, allow remote door opening, closing, and configuration via a smartphone, regardless of location.
Access control 13.56 MHz water resistant RFID card reader SecureEntry-CR20HF Access control 13.56 MHz water resistant RFID card reader SecureEntry-CR20HF
Type of device: RFID card reader with access control Supported RFID cards: 13,56 MHz Degree of protection: IP66 Interface: Wiegand 34
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Access control system, outdoor, RFID card reader IP66 SecureEntry-CR40 Access control system, outdoor, RFID card reader IP66 SecureEntry-CR40
Out of stock
Frequency: 125 kHz Type of verification: RFID card Interface: Wiegand 26 Degree of protection: IP66
47.76
Access control, 13.56 MHz IP66 water-resistant RFID card reader, Wiegand SecureEntry-CR30HF Access control, 13.56 MHz IP66 water-resistant RFID card reader, Wiegand SecureEntry-CR30HF
Device type: RFID card reader with access control Supported RFID cards: 13,56 MHz Protection degree: IP66 Interface: Wiegand 34
33.36
Angle catch for mortise lock, lock cylinder with deadbolt  SecureEntry-SC10 Angle catch for mortise lock, lock cylinder with deadbolt  SecureEntry-SC10
Product type : mortise lock cylinder, angle catch Fabrication material: aluminum alloy Lock type: recessed, ordinary, electric or electromagnetic with pull-out bolt
28.56
Biometric access control system LCD face scan clock SecureEntry-AC300 Biometric access control system LCD face scan clock SecureEntry-AC300
Type of verification: Face scan, fingerprint, password, RFID card Display: 3.5-inch touchscreen Number of people identified simultaneously: 3 User registration capacity: 600 Face registration capacity: 600
119.76
Card access control 125 kHz RFID reader water resistant IP66 SecureEntry-CR30LF Card access control 125 kHz RFID reader water resistant IP66 SecureEntry-CR30LF
Device type: RFID card reader with access control Supported RFID cards: 125 kHz Degree of protection: IP66 Interface: Wiegand 26
30.96
Electromagnetic lock for access control on front door SecureEntry-ML200 Electromagnetic lock for access control on front door SecureEntry-ML200
Type of device: Two-wire electromagnetic lock for single entrance door Magnet power: Up to 280 kg Voltage: DC12V and 24V Input working current: 450 mA
Electronic door handle with access control for fingerprint RFID password DC6V SecureEntry-HL100 Electronic door handle with access control for fingerprint RFID password DC6V SecureEntry-HL100
Out of stock
Types of verification: Password, fingerprint, RFID card, TUYA app, classic key Capacity of users in the base: 300 Voltage: DC6V, 4 AAA alkaline batteries The right door thickness: 41 - 55 mm Additional features: Touch keyboard, cooperation with TUYA application
155.76
Electronic door handle, access control, keypad, fingerprint, RFID SecureEntry-HL200 Electronic door handle, access control, keypad, fingerprint, RFID SecureEntry-HL200
Out of stock
Types of verification: Password, TUYA app, RFID card, fingerprint, key Number of administrators in the base: 9 Capacity of users in the base: 300 (fingerprints, passwords, cards) Additional features: Sabotage alarm, touch keypad, cooperation with TUYA application
141.36
Electronic lock for front door with DC12V access control SecureEntry-EL300 Electronic lock for front door with DC12V access control SecureEntry-EL300
Voltage : DC12V Input current: 200mA Initial current: 1,3A Grip power: up to 1000 kg The right type of door: frameless glass
47.76
Electronic lock with deadbolt for DC12V 450mA access control SecureEntry-EL100 Electronic lock with deadbolt for DC12V 450mA access control SecureEntry-EL100
Voltage: DC12V Working current: 450mA Grip power: Up to 1000 kg The right type of door: wooden doors/glass doors/fire doors/metal doors
Fingerprint access control system RFID WiFi card SecureEntry-AC200 Fingerprint access control system RFID WiFi card SecureEntry-AC200
Out of stock
Type of verification: fingerprint, RFID card, password Max. number of users: 999 Max. number of fingerprints: 120 Supported card frequency: 13,56 MHz Communications: WiFi
52.56
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Access control systems for buildings and premises are automated solutions used to manage and monitor access of individuals to specific areas. Their main task is to increase security by controlling who, when, and where can enter. These systems are used in both commercial and private facilities, including offices, schools, warehouses, and even residential properties.
=LONG=

What Are Access Control Systems?

Access control systems consist of electronic devices that control access to a building or rooms within a building. They can be managed locally or remotely and are often integrated with other security systems. They can be applied in various environments such as buildings, rooms, or outdoor areas. Access control systems offer different door unlocking options, such as verification through individual password, RFID card, fingerprint, and even facial recognition.
Access control system to building

What Are Access Control Systems Used For?

The primary function of access control systems is to provide access only to authorized individuals to specific areas, thereby protecting property and information from unauthorized access. Additionally, these systems can record entry and exit history, helping to monitor employee presence and manage potential crisis situations.
Access control reader for fingerprint

How Can We Gain Access to a Building or Room?

On the market, there is a wide range of devices designed to control and manage access to buildings or rooms. These systems offer various authentication and access allocation methods. Depending on the model, an access control system may have several authentication methods or just one.

Methods of building access:

  • Card-based access control - these systems use magnetic cards or RFID proximity cards for user identification. When an RFID card is presented in a specific location, the device scans the card, and if it finds it in the database, grants access to the user.
  • Access codes - each user can be assigned an individual number, so entering the correct PIN code by the user will allow them to open the door.
  • Remote access control - some access control system models use Bluetooth or NFC technology and work with special management applications, allowing remote access control and even configuration from anywhere on earth using a smartphone.
  • Biometric access control systems - depending on the device model, access to a building or room can be obtained using a fingerprint or even facial recognition.
Access control system RFID reader SecureEntry-AC200

What Devices Are Distinguished in Access Control Systems?

Access control systems are devices of various kinds, designed to ensure the security of resources located in commercial buildings, such as corporate headquarters or private premises, such as homes or apartments. Among them, we can distinguish:
  • Access control readers - these are compact devices that, depending on the model, offer access by reading information from an RFID card, scanning fingerprints, facial recognition, or entering a user's individual password via a keypad. Access control readers can be connected to an electric lock, allowing doors to be opened using the above-mentioned methods. When connected to a time recorder inside, the reader gains the additional ability to directly transmit user entry time data to an external device.
  • Electronic locks - devices that, when installed in doors and connected to power, secure the building. An electric or electromagnetic lock can be connected to an external reader for RFID cards, fingerprint scanning, facial recognition, or password, allowing the user to open the door using the selected authentication method.
  • Electronic handles - these are intelligent, advanced devices designed for installation on external or internal doors, offering security and protection. Such devices can provide access through RFID cards, passwords, or fingerprints. Some models also work with applications that, when installed on a smartphone, allow remote door opening, closing, and configuration via a smartphone, regardless of location.