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Wireless Machine Automation

AutomationIn an industry where the stakes are high, competition is fierce and finances are tight, any change in factory assembly lines not only has to make fiscal sense, but also has to provide advantages that will keep production levels competitive.

As automotive companies have begun to stabilize, more and more are turning to the efficiencies wireless technologies can provide. The applications on an automotive factory floor that can benefit from moving to wireless technology include engine block transmission case machining centers; engine block boring tables; automated assembly lines; engine block conveyors traveling from heat-treating process ovens; automated robots; and operator line switches. The signal is transmitted wirelessly from the switches on the machine to a receiver that communicates with a standard PLC controller. Factory floor robots using RS-232, RS-485/422, can readily use WILDR radios to eliminate data and control wiring.

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Access Control Companies

Lenel
Honeywell
Access Control Technology (ACT)
S2
Alpro Architectural Hardware
IMRON
ASSA ABLOY
Baran Advanced Technologies
BQT Solutions (UK) Ltd
CEM Systems Ltd
DSX Access Systems, Inc.
HID Global
Idesco
Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies
Magnet Schultz Ltd.
Nedap Security Management
SALTO Systems
Siemens
Spica International
Absolute Software Corp.
Access 2
Access Microsystems Corp.
Acctive Systems Ltd
ACH Access Control
ACI Farfisa
Adams Electronics Inc
Adams Rite
ADC Technologies Int’l Pte Ltd
Aditgroup
Adler Security Systems
Advance Integrated Systems PLC
Aflak Electronics Industries Co.
Agencija za komercijalnu djelatnost d.o.o. (AKD)
Alcatel-Lucent
Alfapass
AMAG Technology, Inc.
AMC Security Products
Ansador Ltd.
APS 2000, Inc.
Aprimatic UK Ltd
Apollo Security

Access Control

AccessControlAn access control point, which can be a door, turnstile, parking gate, elevator, or other physical barrier where granting access can be electronically controlled. Typically the access point is a door. An electronic access control door can contain several elements. At its most basic there is a stand-alone electric lock. An access control point, which can be a door, turnstile, parking gate, elevator, or other physical barrier where granting access can be electronically controlled.

Typically the access point is a door. An electronic access control door can contain several elements. At its most basic there is a stand-alone electric lock. The lock is unlocked by an operator with a switch. To automate this, operator intervention is replaced by a reader. The reader could be a keypad where a code is entered, it could be a card reader, or it could be a biometric reader. Readers do not usually make an access decision but send a card number to an access control panel that verifies the number against an access list. To monitor the door position a magnetic door switch is used. In concept the door switch is not unlike those on refrigerators or car doors. Generally only entry is controlled and exit is uncontrolled.

In cases where exit is also controlled a second reader is used on the opposite side of the door. In cases where exit is not controlled, free exit, a device called a request-to-exit (RTE) is used. Request-to-exit devices can be a push-button or a motion detector. When the button is pushed or the motion detector detects motion at the door, the door alarm is temporarily ignored while the door is opened. Exiting a door without having to electrically unlock the door is called mechanical free egress. This is an important safety feature. In cases where the lock must be electrically unlocked on exit, the request-to-exit device also unlocks the door.

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Door To Panel

Gate To Panel Wireless

 gate-to-panel2Much like the door to panel communication, Gate to Panel 2-way transmission includes the credential data, gate position, REX, gate actuation, and gate/reader tamper. A pair radios will do it all.

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Door To Panel Wireless

door-to-panelSciTech  Wireless started with a simple idea “Make the best wireless radio ever  built to simplify access control  installations”. Today our system is providing wireless access for  everything from an airports to datacenters. Our very first radio system is a  door controller and wireless radio in one package. Simply connect your current  door package to the radio, and in a  few minutes your door is controlled  by the access control vender  of your choice wirelessly.

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Panel To Panel Wireless

Panel To Panel  communication is normally an RS-485 multi-drop interface. Our RS-485 wireless  interface allows as many panels as your access control system manufacturer  provides for. A mix of wireless and wired architectures are possible. You may  use our RS485 radio at every panel, or at the end of a run to get  extend the system to the next building, or have multiple mixed branches to  address your needs. Panel-to-panel3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Meet the Wireless Access Family

From the very start we knew that engineering new and innovative wireless access control solutions would set us apart from other wireless products. Access control is all we do so we better do it well!

Our Newest Product

It’s official, our newest wireless access control system supports one to many functionality! Now you can add one of our radios to any access control companies one door panel and support up to 64 doors wirelessly!  MORE>

How our wireless works

WILDR (Wireless Interface Low-power Digital Radio) is a Zigbee based device that provides many interfaces. RS-232, RS-485, RS-422, and 8 general purpose buffered input/output (GPIO) lines. An auxiliary board (Aux-board) plugs into the GPIO lines and becomes an Access Control System door/checkpoint controller. It provides a card reader (Wiegand or Clock & Data format) interface, along with all door control signals (request to exit, door position sensor, electric door strike). All signals are transmitted wirelessly to the Access Control Panel. The Aux-board supplies power to the card reader, and the electric strike. It also carries the reader LED (2-lines), and reader tamper signals (see figure 3 for typical Panel to door connections). While configured as a reader interface, one additional interface (RS-485, RS-232, or RS-422) is also available for smart card readers to communicate with the Access Control Panel for house-keeping purposes. WILDR-MIU is the only device on the market with this functionality.

WILDR includes a console port that allows connection to a laptop to configure the device operating parameters: frequency channel, interface, and data rate. A slew of other functions and diagnostic tools are built-in to assist the technician to configure the device in the field, including spectrum analysis.