Access control

Access by means of a numerical code.

The user should enter a code on the keypad. It is the most economical model as it does not use identifiers. The same code can be used by various users.

Access using a proximity card or keyring.

The identifier is a card (similar to a credit card) or a proximity keyring. The identifier is swiped by the reader at a distance of several centimetres. The reading is facilitated by means of radio frequency data transmission.

Reliablility. Robutsness. Adaptability.

Inkey is the new generation biometric fingerprint control from Fermax, able to provide maximum reliablility, robutsness and adaptability.

With capacitive fingerprint reader and a built-in proximity reader as standard issue ensuring total reliability.

For garage accesses

This technology is mainly used in garage accesses given the flexibility allowed by the large distance between the identifier (control) and the receiver.

For large systems with various access points and extensive functions.

Allows complete management of a system with several access points and advanced access control functions: restrictions by user groups, both in terms of space (zones) and time (timetables), one-way function, restriction of numbers, greater user capacity, activation of devices from the reader, recording of incidents for subsequent consultation, control or security center.
Also allows the integration of additional services within the access control system: intercommunication, alarms, automation, etc.

Suitable for both centralized and distributed systems

The IP_AXES Access Control system is suitable for both centralized and distributed systems thanks to the IP_AXES 1/2 central controller, which can connect up to 42 readers with S-BUS, WIEGAND and Clock&Data protocols with the same integrated IP address on the computer.