We’ve seen time and again that programming access cards can cause headaches. Large access control applications are administered by software which helps keep things nice and easy, but smaller systems often don’t warrant this expense or investment. And it is here when the problems can start.
Programming and administration of an access control system is often carried out infrequently, often by trained persons who have forgotten over a time period exactly how things are supposed to be done. For these reasons, system programming and administration needs to be kept as simple and as easy as possible, and there is nothing more simple and easy to understand than our ABC system.
Basically there are only three types of card, an A Card, a B Card and a C Card.
Simply present the A card on initial power up of each hardware device (card reader, handleset or digital cylinder) – this creates a secure encryption linking each device into the system. Next present a B Card, a C card and then confirm with the same B Card. If necessary, repeat with more B and C cards.
Hey presto you have a programmed access control system.
That’s it! Job done! No more, nothing nada!
Congratulations well done.
Access control from Access2, it quite literally is as easy as ABC.