what you"ll learn
How to successfully conduct a site survey to the requirements of the British and European standards and DDA (Disability Discrimination Act).
How to select correct power supplies and electronic components with appropriate test equipment.
How to successfully install stand alone access control systems and select the correct lock apparatus.
An extensive look at programming access control software.
Foundation basics involved in installing networked access control systems.
How to design professionally tailored system and prepare specification unique to each installation requirement.
Differentiate between insecure and secure Access systems.
Tactically determine the Stages of Access Control (Identification, Decision and Action).
Covering site surveying and system design, the course will provide you with the fundamentals skills to design, install, operate, repair, maintain and commission fully networked access control systems that are ready to meet the challenges of the modern world.
This course has no prerequisites and is aimed specifically, though not exclusively, at those wishing to upgrade their skill set in this evolving electronic security industry .
An intensive look into the Basic and Advanced setup and configuration of Access Control systems.
COMPONENTS OF ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS:
– Readers (Contact-based and Contactless Readers).
– Exit Button (Contact-based and Contactless Exit Button).
– Magnetic Lock.
– Door Closers.
– Power Supply.
– Emergency Door Release Button.
TYPES OF ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS
– Stand-Alone Access Control System.
– Centralized Access Control System.
ACCESS CONTROL WIRING SYSTEM
– Stand-Alone Systems.
– Centralized Systems.
PROS AND CONS OF THE DIFFERENT ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS.
HOTEL DOOR LOCK SYSTEMS
– How Hotel door lock systems work.
– How encoders work.
– Meaning and Concept.
– Difference between MiFare and Proximity Cards.
HOTEL KEY CARD LIGHTING SYSTEM.
DOOR LOCK BATTERY
– Type and Specification.
ACCESS CONTROL MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE.
FULL PRACTICAL SESSION.
LIVE SITE INSPECTION