ACCESS CONTROL KEYPAD
Many industries rely on access control Keypad systems to keep their resources and confidential data safe. Our building automation system and access control software can ensure that only authorized individuals can access secured areas and provide you with records of every movement in your building.
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Keypad entry systems are security systems that require a PIN code for door or gate entry without needing an access card or any credential. Access control with low security and a limited amount of users with authorized access use applications. Keypad access control has different connections, mainly to a central access control system, standalone pin pads, critical pads on door locks, deadbolts, or IP connected PIN codes.
Trust in Dicsan Technology:
At Dicsan Technology, the access control installation process is simple. Our certified, highly experienced technicians can help secure your business with a comprehensive and robust access control system. With our vast range of access control solutions, incorporating access cards, proximity card reader, biometric reader, electric strikes, and other access security systems installed by our highly skilled security technicians, your door entry systems will be both highly effective and quickly managed to ensure the proper flow of people throughout your building and the security of your business, employees, and property. For more information on the benefits of our access control solutions, contact Dicsan Technology today. Our professional access control security specialists are always available to answer your questions and help you find what you seek.
WHAT IS A KEYPAD LOCK?
A keypad is a set of buttons with all alphanumerics and a couple o symbols. The keypad access control look has remained the same since its invention in the 1960s, but its functionality has expanded widely.
Household appliances use Membrane keypads as well as commercial applications. These membrane keypads consist of a top layer, some keys printed on the front, a space layer, and a back layer with conductive stripes. Therefore, when the user presses the key, the access control system will register the key press.
Dome switch keypads:
Commercial applications use dome switch keypads, combining a flat-panel membrane and a mechanical-switch keypad. These keypads are highly recommended and reliable for commercial and work-related applications because the domes create tactile feedback when pressed.
Scissor-switch keypads have different features, but most contain three layers. The scissor-switch design lives up to its name because it is like scissors containing two separate plastic pieces that lock together and a rubber dome that makes it an improved version.
This capacitive keypad is not a popular product because it comes with access control applications, but the still a viable choice. It is designed and produced with foam element keys and finished with aluminum.
TYPES OF KEYPADS:
Keypad lock on door:
Keypad lock on door:
Keypad access control: pin and proximity readers:
Access control keypads are commonly used at industrial environments jobs all with the purpose of time and attendance tracking. Currently access control systems have and utilizes a keypad as a secondary access option parallel to a main security access control system such a card for readers or biometric scanners on each button.
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