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Access control systems are systems used for controlled use of entrance and exit doors. Card pass systems, which have become indispensable in many areas in today’s technology standards, are also known as access control systems.

Since card access systems are user-based systems, it is necessary to make the correct preferences for the place or use.

In its simplest form, it can be thought of as the ability of an authorized person to enter or leave a door.

In fact, card access systems are also used in areas with much more complex scenarios with different shape and functionality features.

If a person has a card at a door, it is the simplest method to enter. However, detailed scenarios can be created such as which doors that person can pass on which days, at what time intervals those days can pass, and how many times those days can pass at those time intervals.

A access control system can be used to open a building door. For example, you can manage membership and dues control in the gym.

If we want to increase the examples, it is possible to put the cafeteria access control between these places. It can be inspected that those who eat in a cafeteria pass through the cafeteria door or turnstile to eat, on which days, at what time intervals, and how many times.


What is Access Control System?


First of all, what is a card pass system? It is an important technological system that prevents unauthorized passage in different areas. People who are authorized or allowed to enter a desired area can enter a desired area. The system can be used in many places such as banks, hospitals, schools, factories and hotels. The card is read, the desired place is entered. After the card is scanned, a protective barrier, door or turnstile opens. Card pass system card prices are extremely reasonable.


Scholl Access Control Systems

In school card pass systems, each student has a special card. This system is used in many schools and universities today. With the system, student entry and exit can be controlled systematically. Additionally, unauthorized entries into the school are prevented. Since some schools do not have such security measures, it can be extremely difficult to ensure in-school security. The importance of school card access systems is extremely important for the good functioning of schools.

Thanks to university card access systems, unauthorized entries in universities are prevented. Only students and officials can enter the relevant university. Nowadays, many universities actively use card pass systems.


Access Control Systems Usage Areas

Other areas of use of card access systems are as follows. The system can be integrated as a personnel card pass system, hotel card pass system, and cafeteria card pass system. Our company also provides services on all issues such as factory card access systems, fingerprint access systems, face recognition access systems. Although all of our products work extremely stable, you can watch sample application videos and ask all your questions on the subject by contacting us.


Customizable Access Control Systems

Çözüm Arge Customizable card access systems are offered for sale with the assurance of Çözüm Arge. While many different systems can be installed with standard products, there may be situations where the hardware or software side of the market cannot fully meet the demands of the customer due to special reasons.

In such cases, company-specific systems, which we call tailor-made, should be established. Since our company is a manufacturer of card reader devices and card access system software, we can easily respond to special requests and produce solutions.


Access Control Systems with Turnstile

Card access turnstile systems are produced in accordance with today’s modern conditions. These systems are highly functional and will best meet your needs. Our company provides support for card access system installation. The installation of the system must be done in accordance with the access card system connection diagram. Our company sells customized systems in many different areas. You can contact us for card access turnstile systems whenever you want. 

Some Hardware Used in Multi-Storey Access Control Systems

Card Reader

It is one of the leading products used as hardware in card access systems. Card readers can be classified among themselves as standalone (only door opening) network-based card readers, wiegand card readers or card readers used as an additional feature of a fingerprint device. 

Standalone Card Readers

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As the meaning of the word Standalone suggests, they are independent working devices. There is no network connection, they are not controlled by a computer software, and their only action is to trigger the door to open when the authorized card is scanned. It can be used in doors with simple type authorization in card access systems. 

Wiegand Card Readers (External Reader)

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Wiegand card readers are one of the card access system products that work by connecting to a panel. It cannot be used alone in any way. When the card is read, it is responsible for sending the data information of the card to the access control panel. With its sound and light warning feature, it can direct the user as late or stop. 

Access Control Panel

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Kartlı geçiş sistemlerinin vazgeçilmez en önemli donanımsal ürünüdür .Harici okuyucular, kapılar, kapı kontakları, butonlar, yangın algılama panelleri gibi tüm bileşenler bu panellere bağlanır. Network tabanlıdır ve bir lokasyonda yüzlerce panel binlerce kart okuyuculu çok yüksek kapasiteli sistemlerin kurulumuna olanak sağlar.

Access Control Software

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It is the most important hardware product of card access systems. All components such as external readers, doors, door contacts, buttons, fire detection panels are connected to these panels. It is network based and allows the installation of very high capacity systems with hundreds of panels and thousands of card readers in one location.

Card Access Systems Specification

Wiegand Mifare Card Reader Specification

  • It should read 13.56 MHz Frequency Mifare Card.
  • Reading distance should be between 0-5 cm.
  • The device’s card reading response must be under ≤ 300 ms
  • Must support 26/34 bit Wiegand signal
  • DC 6 – 14 V / max. 70 ma. It should consume power.
  • The device should give a light warning and an audible warning with a buzzer.
  • The device must be capable of sending card information to the panel or main device to which it is connected via Wiegand connection protocol.
  • The operating temperature of the device must be able to operate between -20 C and + 65 C.
  • The device must be able to operate in working environment humidity conditions of 10% – 90%.
  • The dimensions of the device should be 116*75*17.3 mm.
  • The device must meet the IP 65 waterproof standard to avoid being affected by external environments.


Access Control Panel Specification

  • It has Wiegand reading technology and it will have 2 wiegand reader ports.
  • It should be able to read all card and biometric ids up to 7-byte in length.
  • It should have a total of 2 relay (5A/30V) outputs on it. Relays should be able to be used as NO, COM, NC. o It should be able to communicate with the computer via ethernet. o It should be able to work independently (offline) without being connected to a computer. The Ethernet interface of access control systems must support 10/100 Mbps speeds. o It should be able to automatically obtain an IP address from a DHCP server on the network.
  • A static IP must be given manually.
  • It must support TCP(Server/Client), UDP(Client), HTTP(Client), ICMP(Ping), ARP, DHCP(Client), DNS and NTP protocols.
  • Thanks to TCP/IP support, it should be accessible from any computer on the network or the internet. Single
  • It must be possible to reach the point by the access control or PDKS applications to be installed.
  • It must have the ability to work in Online, Offline, OnOffline, Standalone and Log collection modes.
  • For each port, it must have three different sensor inputs consisting of Sensor-1 (Lock Sensor), Sensor-2 (Alarm Sensor) and Door Exit Sensor. These entries can be used for different purposes. They must be able to undertake various tasks such as counting inputs and outputs and reading cards if there is a signal.
  • It should have 3 different exits for each door. These exits; It must consist of 1 Relay, Led-Ok and Beep signal outputs. Door locks, barriers and turnstiles should be able to be opened with the relay output. The Read LED on Wiegand card readers should be lit with the Led-Ok signal. With the beep signal, the wiegand readers should be able to produce an audio signal. o It must have 2 local sensor inputs, namely Fire Panel Input (Fire) and Emergency Exit Button Input (Emergency Exit). o Fire Panel (Fire) and Emergency Exit sensors should be able to be used to ensure that the doors remain open continuously as long as there is a signal or if a signal is received once. This situation should also be recorded as a log by the device. o Must have programmable relay system. It should be able to keep the door open at desired hours. It should support 100 relay programs for each day of the week and 700 weekly relay programs.
  • It will have a capacity of 15,000 cards (users). This capacity can be optionally increased with card access systems.
  • The SD card model will also have a capacity of 1 million cards (users).
  • It will have a recording capacity of 70,000. This capacity can be increased optionally. If the memory becomes full, it will continue by overwriting the oldest record.
  • The SD card model will also have a recording capacity of at least 100 million.
  • It should be possible to retrieve deleted migration records. If there is a problem with the records on the computer, the records on the panel (the last 70 thousand records, 100 million records on the SD card model) can be retrieved and uploaded to the computer again. o Its memory should not be erased in case of power outages, and it should be able to store data for at least 5 years. o At least 3,000 transition groups must be defined. This number can optionally be increased up to 65,000.
  • PDKS will be usable in all Access Control, Cafeteria Control, Visitor Tracking, Door Entry/Exit, Turnstile Passage and Barrier systems.
  • Thanks to SDK support, it should be able to be quickly integrated into software such as PDKS, Access, Yemekhane, etc.
  • It must have web-based usage support. The panel should optionally be able to automatically send log information, sensor signals and the number of people in the door area to the web server or web service.
  • It must support JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) object and command structure. In this way, platform independence is ensured and transactions can be made with the panel from any platform (Windows, Linux, etc.). o Thanks to its advanced access features, it should be able to report unusual situations such as the door being left open or being opened by force. Additionally, this situation should be kept as a record. o It must have the ability to drop credits for each port. o Each port must have an internal prepaid usage feature on a per-person basis. In this way, credits can be deducted from desired persons during their passage. A person whose credit card has run out should not be allowed to pass. o People should be given daily passes for each port. o Panels connected to the same network must optionally be able to work together. Global Anti-passback should be able to perform operations such as credit usage and right of way control on a per-person basis.

Other Specifications

  • It should have super advanced Anti-Passback usage feature. When necessary, it should be able to find out whether the person stuck on the anti-passback is inside or outside by asking other panels in the same network. o It should have advanced access control features. It should be able to divide a day into at least 5 parts on the basis of the door, and different passage limits should be given for each part. Ex; It’s like you can only log in once between 10:00~10:15. o A daily pass limit should be given for each door on a person basis. Ex; It should support the use of the form that it can pass once a day. o Time restrictions should be given for each door on a person basis. Ex; It should support the use of not rescanning for 60 minutes after the card is swiped. o It should have a membership system for each door on a person basis. It should be possible to be notified on the basis of date and time in which time period people can use the door. The panel should be able to control how many times it can switch during the usage period. Ex; Card 1234 can use the door between 00:00 on Tuesday, January 1, 2020, and 23:59 on Thursday, January 31, 2020. During this period, it should be able to perform complex transition operations offline, such that it can switch 30 times in total. o Must be sensitive to vandal attempts. It should immediately detect the forced opening of the door. Optionally, it should be able to pull a relay. o It should automatically detect whether the door is left open or left open. Optionally, it should be able to pull a relay. o It should be able to give an optional warning in case of unauthorized access. o It should have multi-option operating modes. It should be able to work in Offline, Online, OnOffline and Log(Record Collection) modes. o Relay should be able to pull in order to generate an error signal in cases of unintentional opening of the door, forgetting it open and unauthorized access. o It should have the ability to perform all complex operations offline, such as reading more than one card in a row, anti-passback application, and preventing access outside the specified times, thanks to its high-featured access control settings.It must have Two Man Rule support for each door. 2 authorized persons must pull the relay after scanning their cards. Otherwise, it should not allow passage. o It must support automatic daylight saving time. If necessary, this feature must be activated and used. Card pass systems should set the clock forward or backward when the specified time arrives. o It must have automatic time update feature. For this, there must be NTP (Network Time Protocol) support. With the NTP protocol, it should be able to learn the current time from an NTP server on the internet or network and set its own clock.
  • It must have Shared Transition Mode (PGM). With this feature, it should be possible to control how many of the notified people can use a certain area at the same time. It must have object-oriented SDK for software integration. In this way, it should be easily integrated into all Windows-based applications.
  • The sensors in the panel ports will have the following features;
  • It should have three different inputs consisting of Sensor-1(Lock Sensor), Sensor-2(Alarm Sensor) and Door Exit Sensor. o These entries should be usable for different purposes. They should be able to perform various tasks such as counting inputs, counting outputs, reading cards if there is a signal. O Sensors must support NO (Normaly Open) and NC (Normaly Close) connection types. In this way, they should be able to obtain pass information for turnstiles and barriers, and door open/close information for doors in a simple way. o Sensor-1 should be able to be used to understand whether the person reading the card has actually switched. o Situations such as the forced open of the door (Forced Open) and the opening of the door (Help Open) by using Sensor-1 should be automatically detected by the panel. In such special cases, the panel should be able to optionally pull a relay in order to generate a warning signal, and record this special situation as a log. It must have GDM (Pass Control Mode) feature. This feature must support the following; – With this feature, the panel should understand whether the person accessing the door is actually passing or not. o If the person whose card is scanned does not pass within the specified time, this situation should be recorded as a log by the panel in Card pass systems. o Three different transition methods can be applied in GDM mode. These; Interlock, Interlock_Half and Interlock_Group.
  • a. In the interlock method, while a person is passing through, he/she should not be able to pass through other readers before the passing process ends. Other users should not be able to pass through the reader. b. In the Interlock_Half method, while a person is passing through, he/she should not be able to pass through other readers before the passing process ends. However, other users must be able to pass through the switched reader. c. In the Interlock_Group method, while one person is passing, no other reader in the same group should be able to pass before the transition process is completed. All readers in the same group must become inaccessible until the migration process is completed.
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Access Control System Installation

Card access system installation should be done in accordance with the way the system is used. The connection to the ground must be ensured well and the installation must be completed correctly. Installation is an important element in order for the system to be used safely for many years. As Çözüm Arge, we are ready to satisfy you in the best way with years of experience in card access control systems. You can contact us on all issues such as apartment card access systems, personnel card access systems, school and cafeteria card access systems. Access Control System Prices