Wireless access control systems provide all the benefits of a wired access control system without the added costs of hardwiring a building, which is vital when retrofitting an older concrete building or a historic building.
A wireless access control system also allows security to extend to remote locations and areas of the property, including guardhouses and gates. Installing a wireless system is typically a faster solution than the traditional hardwired systems.
Existing credentials used with a hardwired system continue to work with a new wireless solution, and both audit records and privilege changes continue to be available from a central control panel. A single control panel eliminates the need to move from terminal to terminal to upload changes.
Wireless transmissions of records and changes are generally encoded and use AES128-bit private keys to ensure security.
Wireless locks are the backbone of a wireless access control system, and provide increased security over traditional hardwired systems in the following scenarios:
- Security in remote locations and gates where wiring is difficult and expensive to lay
- Adding security to cabinets, closets, elevators, and conference rooms
- Installation in structures with issues affecting wiring or in old buildings
- Small businesses seeking convenience over physical key entry
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