• Standalone Device
  • Professional Access Control
  • Standalone Device
  • Glass Door Lock
  • Fingerprint/Card Time & Attendance Terminal
  • Standalone access control is usually one or two small units wired directly onto a door panel to control access to the door. A standalone access control system is an ideal for controlling access whereas a networked system is used when control is required at a central point. It is a Setup that controls an individual, who is allowed entry to access a certain resource.

    Standalone access control is typically found on doors with low-level security or on smaller buildings with no additional exits. It does not require any additional component. Standalone units can be built with a touch lock system, which means that the user must type in a PIN code (a certain unique combination of numbers) to be granted access. Standalone access controllers can also include proximity readers.

    When you need to provide a low-security level at an affordable cost, standalone access control units are an effective solution.