Block of flats
Entry and common area access control
Wall-mounted reader at the side entrance
Other object entries are secured with a standard wall-mounted reader, which releases the door lock when a valid card is used.
The readers are connected on a communication line and a communication converter is used for the entire system management from centrally from a single computer.
Wall-mounted reader at the common entry
Entries to common areas (cellars, chambers, etc.) are secured with a wall-mounted reader, which releases the door lock when a valid card is used.
Reader in BPT entry panel
Reader located at the entry gate is integrated in BPT audio (video) entry panel, where it occupies space of a single button.
System management using PC
The house manager uses his PC to manage the ID tokens of residents. At the same time he is able to get the operating events from the archive of the readers. For easier management he uses a table-top USB reader.
The access control system in blocks of flats solves the problem of often key losses and wearing off the lock cylinder on entry doors. The system can be managed by the residents themselves using a standard PC with APS HiT program.
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