Card Access Control Systems

The digital access card system stores an individual’s record of who has been authorized on the secure perimeter to enter the secured zone on their badge. There are many benefits to using electronic access card systems and smart card readers. For example, there is no need for a personnel assistant or a human resource person to physically verify the identity of a person or entity in a secure perimeter.

The person can simply place their finger on a magnetic strip on the reader and they are in a position of being able to gain access into the area. A fingerprint lock is very effective at preventing unauthorized access. This system consists of a bar code reader and a wireless access control system that runs on a timer or radiofrequency. The reader is designed to detect fingerprints or patterns of writing on the magnetic stripe that is attached to the business access card system. If the pattern is too long, it causes the automatic lock feature of the access control system to be triggered.

If it is detected as a valid fingerprint, access is denied. Electronic access cards are more secure than other types of access cards because they can’t be copied and they cannot be cut into. However, an electronic access card system can be tampered with in many ways. This can include random access memory cards that are pre-programmed with a special code that enables access when the user punches in a code or accesses special areas on the card.

The random-access cards also have a built-in camera. These cards are used in ATMs. There are two main types of access systems available for business entry. One type is the magnetic stripe system and the other is the smart card access system.