The wall-mounted terminal combines a door controller and a card reader in one device.
A02 is an IP-based access control terminal that combines a door controller and a card reader in one device. It supports PIN codes, RFID cards, and mobile access via NFC, offering users flexibility in credentials options.
Why should you choose the Akuvox A02 Access Control Terminal?
- Touch keypad;
- Stylish appearance design;
- 20,000 card capacity & 100,000 Event Log;
- Multi-frequency RFID card reader;
- Support NFC;
- Compatible with Akuvox cloud;
- Configuration via a web browser;
- Management access authority via ACMS (Access Control Management System);
- Front panel: Toughened Glass;
What do the specifications included in the card reader mean?
The touch keypad lets you input numbers by tapping a keyboard that appears on your screen with your fingertip to arm, disarm, or operate the access control system.
Card reader: 125 kHz and 13.5 MHZ RFID cards and NFC
Radio-frequency identification (RFID) uses electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects. 125 kHz prox is a read-only technology – there’s little or no encryption. 13.56 MHz Mifare you are getting a smart card, so you can write data to the device. NFC is also 13.56 MHz but also embedded in many smartphones.
Support up to 20,000 cards and 100,000 event logs
The built-in memory will record cards and events so that your visitors can access your building and you will not lose any data in the event of a network or power failure.
Support PoE and Wiegand protocols
The Akuvox A01 supports the most common communication protocols for security products. The IEEE 802.3af-2003 PoE standard provides up to 15.4 W of DC power (minimum 44 V DC and 350 mA)
The Internet protocol suite, commonly known as TCP/IP, is the set of communications protocols used in the Internet and similar computer networks.
That sensor will trigger a log and a notification in case the casing is opened without any authorization.
How can you live without a card reader?
How do you secure your building?
You aren’t always available. You could be working, doing groceries, sleeping, having fun, relaxing, or anything else. You would need a concierge to identify and evaluate every single person willing to enter your building. That could prevent burglars, muggers, door-to-door salesmen, or any other unsolicited person.
How do you get to know who is really in front of the door?
Sometimes you just don’t want to wake up, get out of your place, or just meet anyone. But how do you avoid unsolicited persons if you don’t go and see them by yourself?
How to manage the door controller?
For security reasons, you might have doors back to back to access your building. In another scenario, you might want to manage the entry and exit of the same door.
What to do when a user doesn’t have his card?
Regularly the weather pushes us to change clothes, coats, and bags. It is quite possible that one day or another we will manage to forget something as important as keys or access cards.
What if somebody stole an access card?
All privileged access is a symptom of protection from lust. It often happens that a user loses their access card or has it stolen. How to make sure that no one enters the property before blocking it?
Did you know how many property crime violations occurred in Canada in 2017?
- Breaking and entering 438.51
- Theft of motor vehicle 231.61
- Theft over $5,000 47.01
- Theft under $5,000 570.17
- Mischief 713.84
- Total property crime violations 3244.76
*Number of reported crimes per 100,000 population.
Census population: 35,151,728
Source: Incident-based crime statistics, by detailed violations // Statistics Canada
Why do you need a keypad, a card reader, and an A02 door controller?
Connect up to 2 card readers that will identify the user and open the door in a microsecond
With a key fob, an RFID access control card, or even a Smartphone with NFC, you can identify any registered occupant of the building. The system will then automatically unlock the strike of the door to let the user come in.
Connected to the Cloud, the door controller A02 door phone makes it easy to manage and communicate
Thanks to the SIP protocol and the computer-style technology, this door intercom can communicate on a computer network and enjoy all the digital options. The Cloud centralizes all the different door phones and door stations in one place so the manager can monitor, set up, and operate from anywhere.
Save cards and logs on the controller to access your building during electricity failures
For a faster response and still be able to operate in the event of a power failure, connect a backup battery to the A02. This will keep your door operational and save all activities until the next available connection to the Cloud.
Give the option to unlock the door just with a NIP
To avoid people being locked outside when they forget their card, a keypad can be helpful and let them enter by their personal NIP. Just a bit longer to proceed.
Secure the entrance with a double step
If you feel you need to protect your property more, you can ask your users to swipe their access card and enter their NIP to be able to enter. So even a thief can’t enter just with the card.