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access_control [2019/11/20 16:23]
ingrid [Application 1: Hospitality]
access_control [2019/12/05 16:42] (current)
ingrid [Solution Overview]
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 <WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure 1: Access Control Usability </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​ <WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure 1: Access Control Usability </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​
  
-The Access Control object can communicate directly with the KNX system ​because of the bus connector on the Thinknx server, making the integration very easy and flexible. Any standard KNX keypad can be used as an access keypad, and the buttons as code entries. Once the code is inserted, ​any lock or switch ​connected to a KNX actuator ​can be operated. In addition, communication with Wiegand technology is possible through the Thinknx-Wiegand adapter, making it possible to install a suitable RFID or biometric reader.+The Access Control object can communicate directly with the KNX system ​through ​Thinknx server, making the integration very easy and flexible. Any standard KNX keypad can be used as an access keypad, and its buttons as code entries. Once the code is inserted, ​it is possible to operate a lock or switch ​on a KNX actuator. In addition, communication with Wiegand technology is possible through the Thinknx-Wiegand adapter, making it possible to install a suitable RFID or biometric reader.
  
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