Access Control Devices
Access Control Devices
Access Control Devices
Access control devices come in many different types, styles, security levels and costs. Some of the most common systems for pedestrian access control currently are:

  • MIFARE Cards and Fobs
  • 125Mhtz Proximity Devices Card and Fobs
  • iClass Credentialed Access Devices Cards and Fobs
  • Near Field Communications via Smart Phones

  • The above credentialed access devices all must communicate with a reader that is appropriate to the device and communications protocol, which can be standards based or proprietary depending on the customer's needs and desires:

  • Wiegand 26bit being original and most popular (125MHz)
  • iCLASS Differing manufacturer protocols (13.56MHz)
  • MIFARE Many different protocols (13.56MHz)
  • Near Field Communication NFC (13.56MHz)

  • Access control devices for vehicles also come in many different types, styles, security levels and costs. Some of the more common systems for vehicle access control currently are:

  • Transponders windshield, headlamp, license plate and loose
  • Destroyed upon removal for extra security
    Passive, Active and Semi-Active

  • Transmitters voidable or standard
  • Voidable Transmitters are programmed into access control system
    Standard Transmitters are programmed to receiver only

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