When you’re installing Access Control systems, there’s a lot on your mind and there’s a lot riding on your product decisions. The equipment you choose must be absolutely reliable, made with the highest quality components, and user-friendly. Whether you’re upgrading an existing infrastructure, or building a new security system from the ground up, only the best will do. Top-of-the-line video surveillance systems, expert installation, and first-rate customer service form the bedrock of the industry. That’s what you expect. And that’s what Hikvision provides.
Complete, end-to-end solutions – from cameras to controllers, from alarm relays to IP architecture, from door locks to DVRs, and more – have been meticulously engineered by the largest R&D Development team in the security industry worldwide. Hikvision’s development facilities lead the industry in advancing the technology of every essential piece in an Access Control system. And we’re just getting started. Hikvision is a name you can trust in security.
The need for perimeter security – both indoor and outdoor – grows every day. The need for perimeter security – both indoor and outdoor – grows every day. But with years of experience guiding every decision, you know what needs to be done. Whether they are coming in or going out, you establish complete control with Hikvision’s Access Control system. We provide features like tamper-proof credential systems, MIFARE and contactless card readers, and multiple-input access modes for secure identity confirmation. Various communication interfaces and protocols are available as well, including TCP/IP network interface and Wi-Fi standalone terminals, and customers’ accounts always remain safe via RSA and AES encryptions.
A complete access control system consists of an access controller, card reader, exit button, lock, and software platform, along with any other needed accessories.
Hikvision’s DS-K2600 Series Professional access controllers are designed with the latest communication protocols, such as TCP/IP and RS-485 interfaces, for large-scale applications, including large office buildings and government projects. The communication data is encrypted to improve the system security. The controller also supports offline operation and is designed with a tamper-proof switch. Integrated and managed using Hikvision software, the controllers provide maximum functionality and security.
Hikvision’s new professional Standalone Terminals DS-K1T105 and DS-K1T201 feature acrylic panels and excellent craftsmanship. These advanced terminals support multiple access control functions and can link to Hikvision cameras for a wide range of uses in office buildings, factories and more.
DS-K1T105 is a series of standalone access control terminal with picture capturing function. DS-K1T105 is designed with a 2.8-inch LCD display screen, and HD camera (2 MP optional). It supports two network communication methods (TCP/IP, and Wi-Fi), and supports offline operation.
DS-K1T201 series are optical IP-based fingerprint access control terminal with multiple advanced technologies including fingerprint recognition, face detection, Wi-Fi, smart card recognition, LCD display screen, and picture capturing technology. It is designed with a 2.8-inch LCD display screen, and HD camera (2 MP optional). It is equipped with optical fingerprint recognition module (supporting 1:1 mode and 1:N mode), and supports offline operation.
What is more convenient than installing a fingerprint scanner to track employee attendance in a small shop or restaurant? Why not use a fingerprint scanner at a door that only allows verified personnel to pass? Scanners have proven to be more effective in turning away curious customers than “staff only” labels.
Hikvision’s new DS-K1A802 and DS-K1T804 scanners are sure to impress. And not just for their beauty and design! They feature the latest biometric fingerprint technology, adding both security and sophistication.
The Hikvision elevator access control system comprises of a master controller and distributed controllers. The master controller communicates with the software over TCP/IP; a distributed controller connects the master controller and elevator buttons via RS-485. The master controller can serve as the data center and download access authorization information from software for offline use. The system provides unique access authorization for different visitor via access cards. It’s able to manage up to 128 floors - suitable for most large, medium, and small projects.