Category: Electronic Locks

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125 kHz
The radio frequency identification wavelength used by various manufacturers of proximity cards. This frequency is utilized by the reader to energize the credential in order to read the information it ...
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13.56 MHz
The radio frequency identification wavelength used by various manufacturers of smart cards....
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900 MHz
Indicates the span of radio wavelengths from 902 MHz to 928 MHz (megahertz). The AD-400 Series uses 900 MHz for wireless communications....
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ACP
Access control panel is a central repository receiving information from electrified openings and processing these signals according to predefined parameters....
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ACP Timeout
Time (in seconds) to wait before determining communication from the ACP has failed...
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Access control software
A computer based program controlling access privileges and monitoring the status of openings....
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Access point
An access point is an access-controlled point such as a door, turnstile, or gate. At the hardware level, this consists of a grouping of devices (Door Contact, Soor Strike, Reader, REX)....
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Access privileges
The rights assigned to any given user as to which doors they can access and when....
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AD-200
AD-Series Offline locks manufactured by Schlage Electronics with Access rights stored on the lock. The AD-200 Series Locks are battery powered offline locks that can use various credentials (PIN, Prox...
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AD-300
AD-Series Online locks manufactured by Schlage Electronics that are hardwired to the Network...
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