The Keypass access control system needs no connection to a PC or control unit. Contact-free transponders in (credit) card format or as key chains are used as passes (keys). One Keypass reader can manage a total of 200 transponders.
The code lock has two independent switching contacts (24V/1A) which are controlled by individual codes (1 to 8 digits). Alternatively, a toggle mode can be configured that turns the contact on when first activated, then off again when it is activated again.
With fingerprint access control, the unique features of the fingerprint are used for authentication. As a standalone solution with a storage capacity of up to 99 fingers/ users, the system is suitable for single- or multi-family buildings, as well as for commercial real estate.
The display call system offers quick, space-saving access administration for up to 256 residential units. The system consists of the DCM-256 and is optionally extensible with a DLM-256 12-key keypad module and a DCI-256 LAN interface. In combination with the keypad module, a code lock function is possible.
Access control with video cameras offers a security advantage that shouldn't be underestimated. If nothing else, simply for reasons of deterrence. The CCS stainless steel outdoor camera is particularly well-suited for discreet monitoring. In combination with a video image storage unit, this is an unbeatable duo.