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The fundamental components of an Access Control System are:

  • PHYSICAL GATE is the device that inhibits user access without specific authorization. The physical gate must be chosen according to the desired security level
    • Low Security Level: electrified door or hatch. These once an authorized user opens the door many other users can enter without authorization since they "do not discriminate" the passage of the user.
      Typical use: Office doors, pedestrian parking entrance.
    • Medium Security Level: tripod turnstile, H90 automatic gate or vehicular barrier. These devices are able to discriminate the passage of the single user, therefore they provide the security that if you authorize access to a specific user, only this user can access the protected area. But this type of gate allows it to be bypassed, this reduces its security level, therefore it is often used in manned places.
      Typical use: Company entrance, Gym, Underground, Parking.
    • High Security Level: full height turnstile, H180 automatic gate, compass. This type of device is able to discriminate the transit of a single user at a time and cannot be bypassed.
      Typical use: entrance to stadiums, company perimeter, bank.

  • READER TERMINAL is the connecting device between the user who identifies himself, the Management Software and the Physical Gate. The reader terminal is composed of an intelligent microprocessor unit and one or more specific readers for the technology used (rfid, barcode, magnetic, long range, etc.). A reader terminal is usually composed of the following components:
    • Microprocessor: takes care of receiving the identification code detected by the reader, sending it to the Management Software, receiving access response allowed or access denied, sending the communication to the Display to the user and activating a Relay for opening the Physical Gate
    • Reader: takes care of reading the identification code from the identification device,
    • Relay: it is a component that takes care of providing a clean contact to a device external to the system. It is possible to have more than one Relay on a Terminal, a primary one that allows you to provide the door opening contact, a secondary one that can be programmed to provide an alarm communication or transit denied, etc.
    • Keypad: Optional Peripheral that allows the user to enter a PIN code or a Transit slip.
    • Display: Optional Peripheral that allows the Software to provide indications for the user. For example "Access Allowed", "Badges Expiring", "N.3 Remaining Entries", "Badges Expired", etc.
    • Buzzer: Optional Peripheral that provides a sound indication to the user, a predefined Beep number will allow you to receive a specific sound message if the Display is not present. For example n.1 Beep access allowed, n.2 Beep Access Denied, n.4 Beep badge expiring.
    • Semaphore Led: Optional Peripheral that provides a visual luminous indication to the user who must access and also to a security operator away from the gate.

  • IDENTIFICATION DEVICE is the physical object that the user presents to the reader to identify himself. Among the most common we find:
    • RFID cards: pvc plastic card with dimensions 86x54mm and thickness of 0.76-0.80mm which integrates an RFID chip inside. The card does not have its own battery, when the RFID chip enters near an RFID reader it feeds and sends its own unique code.
    • Magnetic Stripe Card: pvc plastic card with dimensions 86x54mm and thickness of 0.76 which it integrates has a magnetic strip on the back inside which a numeric code is stored.
    • RFID bracelet: plastic or silicone bracelet that integrates an RFID chip. the RFID chip when it enters near an RFID reader feeds itself and sends its own unique code
    • TAG RFID keychain: Plastic keychain that integrates an RFID chip. the RFID chip when it enters near an RFID reader feeds itself and sends its own unique code.
    • Barcode Ticket: Paper ticket or plastic card with a Barcode code printed. The barcode code contains a number or an alphanumeric code that uniquely identifies it.
    • TelePass Long Range: Active device (with internal battery) that sends its identification code via radio. The code is sent when the device in turn receives a bridge identifying the proximity to the reader.

  • ACCESS CONTROL SOFTWARE is the heart of the system which takes care of receiving the identification code detected by the identification device from the Reader Terminal, identifying the owner user, evaluating all access restrictions and responding to the Reader Terminal if the transit is allowed or denied as well as which message to show on the display, which relay to activate and how many beeps the buzzer must perform.

 

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