The access control system is to control the flow of people in and out of designated passages, entrances and exits, allowing authorized personnel to freely enter and exit, and at the same time deny unregistered visitors. It replaces the traditional door guard work and realizes high-efficiency and high-security automated management. It also supports functions such as attendance and connection with other systems.
The components needed for an access control system are: a locking device, card/fob access device, a credential reader device, power supply, controller software, override device, and an emergency exit device. These devices may be individual components or combined into one or more components.
A fingerprint scanner is a type of technology that identifies and verifies the identity of an individual’s fingerprint to grant or deny access to a computer system or physical object.