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ACCESS CONTROL KEYPADS
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Keypad entry systems are security systems that require a PIN code for door or gate entry without need of access card or any credential. This access control applications are generally used for access control with low security and a limited amount of users with authorized access. Keypads can be connected in some different ways, mainly to a central access control system, standalon pin pads, key pads on door locks or deadbolta or IP connected PIN codes.
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WHAT IS A KEYPAD LOCK?
Basically a keypad is a set of buttons complete with all alphanumerals and a couple o symbols. Currently, the keypad look has not evolved since its invention in the 1960s but its functionality has expanded widely.
Membrane keypads are often used in household appliances as well commercial applications, these membrane keypads basically consists of a top layer, some keys printed on the front, space layer, and a back layer features conductive stripes. Therefore, when the user press down the key the access control system will register the keypress.
Dome-switch keypads ae used widely for commercial applications and this type of keypad is the combination of a flat-panel membrane and mechanical-switch keypad. These keypads are highly recomended and reliable for commercial and work related appliccations because thse domes create a tactile feedback when pressed.
Scissor-switch keypads can be found with different features but most contain three layers. The scissor-switch lives up to its name because it is designed like scissors that contain two separate plastic pieces that lock together and also a rubber dome that makes it an improved version of it.
Capacitive keypads are not the most usual when it comes to access control applications but they still a viable choice. They are frequently designed with foam element keys that are finished with aluminium.
TYPES OF KEYPADS
KEYPAD LOCK ON DOOR
Keypads have a variety of types and designs that meet an extensive range of security needs. Some keypad locks might use either a simple key-and-tumbler design and others with more significantly advanced technology. Keypad locks are available in two varieties, individual locks that are part of a larger security system or individual locks that contains all of the hardware and controls of the lock in a single unit. Both work with an small electrical source to release the lock bolt.
Standalone keypads can be used in different application, they typically come as flush mount, singl-gang design which is easy for installation into drywall. These pin pads can be a great addition if you already have an access control or even if you don’t and these standalone pin keypads can support different types of pin between 1 and 6 codes.
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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