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CISA access control solutions make use of electronic control devices which communicate with a centralised supervisory/control system.
An access control solution which combines a local hardwired non-dedicated network and a wireless network. The wireless network is used to communicate with the locks (so doors do not need to be wired), while the hardwired network collects information and sends it to a central control point (the reception, for instance).
The wall-mounted readers can be hardwired to the network.
Other offline locks can be integrated with the online locks linked to the central system if the doors they are installed on do not need the greater control offered by the hardwired or wireless connection.
The system consists of:
When the above parts are connected, access can be controlled using: