Wireless access control systems
In contrast to traditional electronic access control, which transmits signals via wires installed in doors, floors and walls, wireless access control sends data to system control panels via a wireless radio signal.
Locks are powered by long-lasting ion batteries and alert the system when battery power is low, allowing end users to replace them in time. In the event that the battery dies completely, the door remains locked until the battery is replaced. The radio signals transmitted by wireless locks typically have a range of between 30 and 50 meters and are highly encrypted, making them theoretically even more secure than traditional wired access card readers.
Installation of wireless systems is simple; after locks are installed in each door all that remains is system configuration.All the labor-intensive wire-pulling necessary for traditional systems is simply not required for traditional access control.
So what are the benefits?
Wireless access control systems lower installation costs and installation time significantly by eliminating the need for extensive conduit work.
Wireless systems are especially beneficial for retrofitted security system projects as they help organizations to avoid considerable disruptions to daily operations that would occur if significant rewiring work were required.
With wireless locks, security system design is no longer restricted by the structural limitations of buildings that might normally make wiring work highly challenging.
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