Access control readers

Access control readers are specialized electronic devices used for identifying individuals and managing their access permissions to specific objects or rooms. Their operation involves verifying unique identifiers, which can be presented in the form of proximity cards, PIN codes, biometric data, or even signals from mobile devices. These readers are a key component of security systems, enabling control over who and when can access secured areas. Widely used in various environments, from offices and commercial buildings to educational and government institutions, access control readers enhance security by efficiently managing the flow of people.

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Access Control Readers - Advanced Access Management and Control for Buildings and Rooms

Access control readers are devices used for identifying individuals and managing their access to various areas of buildings and rooms. They are a key component of access control systems, which provide security by restricting access to specific zones only for authorized users. Their operation involves verifying access permissions based on various identification methods.

Access control readers, when combined with electronic or electromagnetic locks, become an advanced system ensuring security and providing control over access to buildings and rooms.

Access control reader for buildings

What are the types of access control readers?

Access control readers are advanced devices providing protection and security against unauthorized entry through specified authentication methods. Due to the verification methods allowing access to buildings and rooms, we distinguish:

  • RFID card readers: To open doors, the user presents an RFID card to a designated area on the reader, and upon successful reading of the card information, access is granted.
  • Keypad readers: Readers equipped with a numeric keypad allow assigning each user an individual PIN. Access to the building is granted after entering the unique PIN correctly using the keypad.
  • Biometric readers: These devices allow entry into a building or room using biometric methods such as fingerprint or facial recognition. After storing the user's fingerprint or facial scan in the device's memory, the device grants access upon successful recognition. This form of verification provides the highest security due to the uniqueness of biometric methods and is used wherever high security is necessary, such as financial institutions, government agencies, laboratories, etc.
  • Remote control readers: Some reader models are equipped with Bluetooth technology and work with dedicated applications for smart devices. After installing the dedicated application (e.g., TUYA smart) on a smartphone, we gain the ability to remotely manage access and configure the access control reader from our phone.
  • Integrated readers: Integrated readers are devices that offer more than one authentication method. Depending on the model, they may have two, three, or all of the authentication methods mentioned above.

Access control reader for password and RFID card SecureEntry-AC100

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
33.36
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
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
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
Outdoor mini 125 kHz RFID card reader with IP66 access control SecureEntry-CR10LF Outdoor mini 125 kHz RFID card reader with IP66 access control SecureEntry-CR10LF
Device type: RFID card reader with access control Supported RFID cards: 125 kHz Protection degree: IP66 Interface: Wiegand 26
30.96
Outdoor RFID card access control system, water resistant  SecureEntry-AC100 Outdoor RFID card access control system, water resistant  SecureEntry-AC100
Out of stock
Type of verification: RFID card, password Max. number of users: 1000 Communications: Wiegand 26/ Wiegand 34 Supported card frequency: 125 kHz
35.76
RFID reader for access control for 125 kHz cards IP66 resistant SecureEntry-CR20LF RFID reader for access control for 125 kHz cards IP66 resistant SecureEntry-CR20LF
Type of device: RFID card reader with access control Supported RFID cards: 125 kHz Degree of protection: IP66 Interface: Wiegand 26
30.96
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Access control readers are specialized electronic devices used for identifying individuals and managing their access permissions to specific objects or rooms. Their operation involves verifying unique identifiers, which can be presented in the form of proximity cards, PIN codes, biometric data, or even signals from mobile devices. These readers are a key component of security systems, enabling control over who and when can access secured areas. Widely used in various environments, from offices and commercial buildings to educational and government institutions, access control readers enhance security by efficiently managing the flow of people.

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Access Control Readers - Advanced Access Management and Control for Buildings and Rooms

Access control readers are devices used for identifying individuals and managing their access to various areas of buildings and rooms. They are a key component of access control systems, which provide security by restricting access to specific zones only for authorized users. Their operation involves verifying access permissions based on various identification methods.

Access control readers, when combined with electronic or electromagnetic locks, become an advanced system ensuring security and providing control over access to buildings and rooms.

Access control reader for buildings

What are the types of access control readers?

Access control readers are advanced devices providing protection and security against unauthorized entry through specified authentication methods. Due to the verification methods allowing access to buildings and rooms, we distinguish:

  • RFID card readers: To open doors, the user presents an RFID card to a designated area on the reader, and upon successful reading of the card information, access is granted.
  • Keypad readers: Readers equipped with a numeric keypad allow assigning each user an individual PIN. Access to the building is granted after entering the unique PIN correctly using the keypad.
  • Biometric readers: These devices allow entry into a building or room using biometric methods such as fingerprint or facial recognition. After storing the user's fingerprint or facial scan in the device's memory, the device grants access upon successful recognition. This form of verification provides the highest security due to the uniqueness of biometric methods and is used wherever high security is necessary, such as financial institutions, government agencies, laboratories, etc.
  • Remote control readers: Some reader models are equipped with Bluetooth technology and work with dedicated applications for smart devices. After installing the dedicated application (e.g., TUYA smart) on a smartphone, we gain the ability to remotely manage access and configure the access control reader from our phone.
  • Integrated readers: Integrated readers are devices that offer more than one authentication method. Depending on the model, they may have two, three, or all of the authentication methods mentioned above.

Access control reader for password and RFID card SecureEntry-AC100