Timeline keypads access control:
Keypads access control history is helpful although many technologies today can replace keyboards, is an efficient security solution.
The first push-button
The first push-button combination access control numeric keypads was credited to Alfred A. Peters.
Keypad and intercom
Don Allen designed a keypad and intercom in the same box for a friend.
Low-power digital keypad
AAS introduced the Advantage DKLP low-power digital keypad, one of the first low-power keypads on the market, with a current draw of fewer than 20 microamps, allowing for incredible versatility in solar applications.
First wireless telephone entry system
AAS launched the world’s first wireless telephone entry system, the Phone Aire.
Cellular telephone entry system
SBI introduced the Ascent X1 cellular telephone entry system. The system and platform worked together to allow gate control and access management from anywhere worldwide.
Cellular multi-tenant entry systems
The Ascent M Series, a complete line of cellular multi-tenant entry systems, and the Edge Family of smart keypads and card readers with mobile administrator apps were introduced.
Although many technologies today can replace keyboards, keypads access control continue to transform into an efficient security solution.