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Access Control Readers

Access control readers are devices used in access control systems to authenticate individuals and grant them entry to secure areas. These readers are designed to interact with access control credentials such as key cards, key fobs, or mobile devices to determine if the person attempting access is authorized. Access control readers come in various types and formats, including:

  • Card Readers: These are the most common type of access control readers and typically read information stored on access control cards or key fobs.
  • Biometric Readers: Biometric access control readers use unique physical characteristics like fingerprints, iris patterns, or facial features for identity verification.
  • Wireless Transceivers: These readers facilitate wireless communication between access control devices and the central system.
  • Proximity Readers: Proximity card readers use radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to detect nearby access cards without requiring physical contact.
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