Touch Card Readers
The 26SA single-door card access control unit is fully programmable. Adding and deleting cards, and other programming functions are accomplished by using a special deck of programming cards, another Secura Key innovation. Nonvolatile memory retains programming after a power loss. A remote open input allows the door or gate to also be controlled from a remote switch. The reader operates on low voltage AC or DC and consumes less than 100 milliamps. The 26SA may be used with the Secura Key SecuRelay™, which allows the lock or gate control circuit to be remotely located for added vandal-resistance. Lexan® surface mount housings are available. Learn More$653.86
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Proximity card readers operate on low voltages and consume only a small amount of energy to minimize down time. They will display a change in LED status and emit a sound to notify users whether access has been granted or not.
You can integrate touch card readers seamlessly into your building's existing lock system or replace all of the current locks. Proximity card readers can be controlled locally or remotely, enabling you to restrict access on both sides of a door. Programming can also be conduct at the module or at a remote computer.
Existing lock systems can be retrofitted with touch card readers. You can authorize existing HID cards to work with your building's card swipe reader. The locks on heavy, reinforced doors can be replaced with card reader and door handle combinations. Touch card readers with handles and mechanical locks enable administrators to override them.
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With a key card entry system access is strictly mandated by administrators. Lost or stolen keys can be deactivated, while guest and new hire keys can be created without a trip to a locksmith. Keypad enabled modules can enhance security by requiring an administrator's pin in addition to a swipe from a key card.
Users are programmed for each lock individually, which enables you to grant a user access to a specific set of areas at your building. Some users may be granted access to multiple portals, while others are limited to accessing only a single door. Furthermore, programming cards to work with multiple doors helps to simplify access to a large number of security portals for administrators.
Some proximity card readers can even produce audit reports. They will generate a log of each card they encounter, reported the card's number and time-stamping the occurrence. Audits reported by card swipe readers enable you and other administrators to track down security breaches or failed attempts to pass through security portals.
The most sophisticated of card swipe readers can be programmed to incorporate time of day restrictions. A grouping of key cards can be restricted after business hours of could be granted access to a highly secured sector of your building for a few hours out of each day for maintenance or housekeeping, for example.
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