Access control

The purpose of access control is to provide fast, convenient access control for authorized users Individuals, at the same time, restrict access to unauthorized people.


Access control is a security technique that regulates who or what can view or use resources in a computing environment. It is a fundamental concept in security that minimizes risk to the business or organization. The card reader on the door constantly emits a Radio Frequency energy Field. When a card crosses the field, the power from the field energizes a copper wire inside the card, which powers the chip containing the card number and any other unique data.


Access control is usually one or two small units wired directly onto a door panel to control access to the door. There is no need for a PC network and you don't have to secure every single door within your building, only those you wish to , all electronics are installed in a keypad or reader - there are no additional components or peripherals, including extra wiring, routers, sensors and alarms.