Card Readers

  • 2000 Series Keypads

    The 2000 Series access control keypads from International Electronics, Inc. combine all of IEI's functionality groups into one powerful platform. These keypads can operate as a front-end to IEI access systems and most Wiegand controllers, or as a stand...

    Product • January 21st, 2009

  • A Series Keypads

    Alarm Lock Systems has introduced three unique keypads, each of which controls access of a single entry point with up to 150 user codes. Alarm Lock's A-Series family of 12/24VAC/DC keypads are all stainless steel and two are weatherproof models that...

    Product • January 21st, 2009

  • Gemini GEM-DK1CA and GEM-DK3DGTL

    Napco Security Systems has released its new door style keypads in custom alphanumeric with EZ programming and digital models. The DK series comes with all of the Gemini features and identical programming. For a cleaner more minimalist look, the DK...

    Product • January 21st, 2009

  • Access Control Goes Wireless

    Wireless systems are ideal for any retrofit or new construction application where wiring is difficult or impractical, or where the cost of traditional wired online access control is prohibitive.

    Article • January 1st, 2009

  • Trilogy Wireless

    Used by today's best-known healthcare facilities, management properties, government agencies, manufacturing plants and hospitality chains, Trilogy locks will soon include a wireless version. The DL6100 and prox version PDL6100 Trilogy Wireless...

    Product • December 16th, 2008

  • Multi-Technology card readers

    Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies has won government approval for three of its Multi-Technology card reader models under HSPD-12 for FIPS201 compliance as Transparent Readers. The Schlage Mullion reader (SXF1100-PIV), Mid-Range reader (SXF2100-PIV) and...

    Product • December 16th, 2008

  • Keypads & Readers Overview

    Keypads can be standalone controllers, a part of an integral system, or be separate devices which connect to external control equipment.

    Article • December 1st, 2008

  • Keyless Entry Basics

    The primary goal of any keyless system is to eliminate access by keys, so the keys that do bypass these systems must be carefully guarded and never distributed casually.

    Article • December 1st, 2008

  • RK65K

    Secura Key's RK65K provides standalone proximity card access control for 65,000 users in a business-card sized package. This rugged, weather-resistant unit features a solid-state relay, REX input and a Wiegand output for future expansion. Dynascan...

    Product • August 14th, 2008

  • Salto: Inspired Access Control

    Salto combines the ease of installation available in standalone systems with the flexibility available in hardwired systems. Virtual Network Technology forms the basis of the system.

    Article • August 1st, 2008

  • HID Edge SecuresLaw Offices

    The EdgePlus Solo ES400 is a cost-effective, stand-alone, single-door access control solution that meets the demands of open architecture, IP-centric environments

    Article • July 1st, 2008

  • DoorKing Inc.

    DoorKing, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of innovative products for the access control industry.

    Company • June 24th, 2008

  • Continued Growth Projected For Access Control

    Standalone systems like the Dortronics EZ-Access help locksmiths grow their access control business one or two doors at a time.

    Article • June 1st, 2008

  • Securitron Maglock Corp. : Electronic Access Control Package Systems

    Securitron Magnalock Corp. has developed more than 25 packaged electronic access control systems for controlling from one to three doors. These packaged electronic systems include the lock(s), the reader(s), the release mechanism(s) and any additional...

    Article • June 1st, 2008

  • University of the Pacific Focuses on Security: From Concept to Implementation

    University of the Pacific, located in Central Calif., made a decision to elevate the level of safety and security on their campuses and in their buildings. They faced some challenges due to the unique mix of faculty and students in living and learning...

    Article • April 1st, 2008