Category: Electronic Locks

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AD-400
AD-Series Online locks manufactured by Schlage Electronics that are connected wirelessly to the Network...
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ANSI/BHMA A156.13
American National Standard for Mortise Locks and Latches....
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ANSI/BHMA A156.2
American National Standard for Bored and Preassembled Locks and Latches....
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ANSI/BHMA A156.25
American National Standard for Electrified Locking Devices....
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Anticollision
The process built into an RFID system that protects multiple cards from crashing into each other (being read at the same time) within a reader’s field....
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Antipassback
A feature of access control systems that limit or prevent users from ‘passing back’ their credential to another person attempting to gain access....
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Apartment function
Door automatically unlocks when opened and does not re-lock. Credential must be presented to lock’s exterior or an interior buttom must be presented to re-lock door....
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Application Field
Areas like pages in a smart card that house different uses or applications (such as access control, cashless vending, public transportation, etc.) and are protected by security keys....
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Schlage (formerly aptiQ)
Allegion Reader with the capability of reading credentials in the 13.58 MHz range. Readers include MT11, MT15, MTK15 MTMS15, MTMSK15, SM10. Also refers to "Smart" credentials operating in the 13.58Mhz...
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ASK
Amplitude Shift Keying or modulation – Refers to the process of altering the height of the radio waves to signify the zeros and ones in the binary communication – ASK is the most common form of mo...
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