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Access Control. Anywhere.
In an ideal world, you could manage complex processes from a single point. Instead of running around, adjusting specifications at individual locations, you could make changes from one location. Instead of pressing ten buttons at ten sites, you would press one and all ten sites would change.
The Internet makes this dream a reality. e-DATA introduces a next generation Linux based, open architecture access control system that utilizes the capabilities of a web-based system that can be managed from one location without the need for servers or software. Network-ready applications allow users to modify and control access over the web via an intuitive user interface embedded on the static or DHCP main controller. e-DATA Access control can use traditional (or existing) card readers, or integrate e-DATA Biometrics. e-DATA Biometrics with the Fingerprint Key generate encrypted finger templates to eliminate problematic access card and key fob management (issuance, retrieval and inventorying) by requiring only the presentation of an enrolled user’s finger, with an optional access card or PIN.
Getting Started with Biometrics: An Example Application
With biometrics and access control combined under one system, e-DATA is on the forefront of changes that will revolutionize the way people use access control in installations of all sizes. For an initial entry into biometric access control, users can add an expandable single point of e-DATA biometric access control to a data communication room to protect servers, telephony racks and UPSs with authentic identification of authorized users. This biometric access point provides a high level of security with greater ease of use than traditional keys or cards and may be controlled locally or remotely over the Web without any required integration to other security hardware.
• e-DATA Master Unit
• Secured Access Point Identification
• Browser Based Administration
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The Fingerprint Key™ is an effective fingerprint biometric reader available in two memory configurations supporting from 500 to 3,000 stored user templates. The Fingerprint Key comes standard with an illuminated sensor, touch-sensor keypad, as well as an optional internal iCLASS card reader -- providing multiple ways for granting authenticated access. Sealed in a sturdy NEMA 4, IP65-rated enclosure, the Fingerprint Key is the perfect choice for any environment installation. The Fingerprint Key supports fingerprint template distribution between networked readers, eliminating the need to enroll system users at each reader. A user is simply enrolled at any connected Fingerprint Key, and then the user’s templates are automatically transferred to system readers based upon individual access rights.
Access Control - NEXTOR Series Modules
Master Unit 200 (MU200) - Up to eight readers (four biometric)
Master Unit 524 - Up to 24 readers locally, 96 readers clustered
Door Unit (DU) - The e-DATA Door Unit provides the interface for all access-point control hardware and readers. Each Door Unit provides two reader connections supporting two control modes: single-door secured exit or two individual doors using a "request for exit" configuration.
Single Door Unit
e-DATA's Single Door Unit features all the benefits of biometric access control, only in a standalone, offline module that's designed for one entry point.
The data management and enrollment are handled right at the Fingerprint Key biometric reader. And just like our larger enterprise systems, it's all embedded and requires no software or servers. That makes installation easy and straight out of the box, with no certification necessary.
MU200 Datasheet 147KB
MU524 Datasheet 356KB