Card Readers

  • aptiQ Readers

    A ccess control administrators can the new aptiQ SUSB89 USB Reader or aptiQ Serial Enrollment Reader to enroll smart cards into their access control system on their own computer. No software is required to operate either reader. Both readers function on...

    Product • April 11th, 2013

  • Low Powered Prox System

    This complete single-door standalone system is scalable for multiple doors. The kit comes with a proximity card reader, controller, and electric strike, all operating on a 9-volt battery.

    Product • April 9th, 2013

  • aptiQ™ Alliance Program Members Highlighting Open Systems at ISC West

    Showcasing How to Extend aptiQ Smart Cards and NFC-enabled Smart Phone Credentials to Diversity of Applications

    News • March 21st, 2013

  • Newsbriefs, March 2013

    Secura Key: Wiegand Card Supplier Chatsworth, CA - Secura Key has been and continues to be a reliable and trusted manufacturing resource for many types of access control cards.  Now, Secura Key is the only resource for Wiegand Cards to the industry...

    Article • March 4th, 2013

  • Lock etc column

    Notes From the Detroit Auto Show 2014 GM Sierra and Silverado pickups will have the HU100 keyway ignition lock in a CSS type of steering column. This 2-Track high security key is used by General Motors on the late model Camaro, Cruze, Equinox, LaCrosse...

    Article • March 4th, 2013

  • aptiQ™ Multi-Credential Reader: Mapping The Road To Increased Security

    aptiQ™ meets the needs of magnetic stripe, proximity and smart card applications, allowing end-users expand and/or upgrade credential technologies easily.

    Article • March 4th, 2013

  • Keri Systems Software Now Windows 8 Compatible

    Doors.NET access control software manages Keri Systems's NXT TCP/IP-based and PXL-500 hardware platforms, as well as hardware from Mercury Security, ASSA ABLOY Aperio IP-enabled locks and Schlage AD Series Wireless Locks.

    News • February 25th, 2013

  • aptiQ™ Multi-Technology Reader Adds Magnetic Stripe to Proximity and Smart Card

    New Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies’ Readers also NFC-Compliant for Future Mobile Applications

    News • January 25th, 2013

  • Secura Key Continues to Provide Wiegand Cards to the Access Control Industry

    Secura Key also manufactures multi-technology Wiegand cards, such as Wiegand + Contactless, for those who would like to transition to a newer card technology.

    News • January 10th, 2013

  • Newsbriefs: aptiQ™ Multi-Technology Readers Upgrade Security

    CARMEL, IN – Ingersoll Rand introduces new aptiQ™ multi-technology readers, which read both proximity and smart credentials and provide multi-family building owners and managers with a simple migration path to electronic access control and increased...

    Article • January 3rd, 2013

  • Rosslare's AxTraxNG™ Offers Video Management Integration with ViTrax™

    AxtraxNG™ 21.6 also introduces dual reader protocol support. This allows a reader to read two different card formats, increasing the flexibility of the system. This feature is compatible with Rosslare’s family of goProx™ readers

    News • December 27th, 2012

  • BACS Asset Management System Secures Hospital, Law Enforcement Lockers

    Products displayed at the 2012 SOMA Conference include electronic lockers and kiosks with biometric locks and full audit trail

    News • December 14th, 2012

  • CA3000 v2.9 Software

    ContinentalAccess, a division of Napco Security Technologies, Inc., has  released new CA3000 version 2.9 software that includes the ability to run the CardAccess 3000 and associated applications as Windows™ services and the ability to control access...

    Product • December 13th, 2012

  • Marks USA

    Marks USA was established in 1977 as a mortise lock manufacturing company that would meet the needs of an expanding market. Since then, the company has grown and expanded it's product line to include residential, institutional and commercial locksets.

    Company • December 11th, 2012

  • Camden Door Controls

    Company • December 4th, 2012