Getting your home wired for internet connection among other things is fast leaving the luxury modes to becoming an essential part of our everyday living. From getting connected for sohos to streaming your favorite movies/news channels, and everything in between, there are many reasons why it's important for homes to 'stay connected'.
Whether you’re planning to build your home network from the ground up or just upgrade it, this handy tips can guarantee you peace of mind.
IP-based door access systems provide better security and ease of management at a much lower cost than earlier technologies.Traditional door access control systems use a number of protocols to communicate with each other, such as the Wiegand, RS-232, and RS-485. But with IP-based Access Control Systems, all the communications from the Access Control Server to the Access Control Reader-Controller happen over the Internet Protocol (IP). So, instead of multiple cables, only a Category 5e or Category 6 cable (as used in your LAN), goes to each door. We recommend installing a Category 6 cable as it has better electricals for handling power. IP Systems readers and controllers use different protocols and cables to communicate with the relays, automatic IP door locks, and so on.
An access control system allows authorized users to enter a building or areas inside a building by authenticating their access. Simply, an access control system is used to open a locked door using electrical/ electromagnetic locking systems via relays and automatically locking the door after the user has entered.