ZKTeco F19 Fingerprint Standalone Access Control

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ZKTeco F19 Fingerprint Standalone Access Control

Product Id: 127.06.691.59

Regular Price  9,330
Special Price  8,800

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ZKTeco F19
Display - TFT LCD Color Screen
Fingerprint Capacity - 3000
Communication Interface - RS232/485, TCP/IP, USB
Model
ZKTeco F19
Standard Function
Webserver, Anti-passback
Optional Function
ID Card, Mifare Card
Display
TFT LCD Color Screen
Fingerprint Capacity
3000
Interface Styles
Common, Matrix and Magic styles
Communication Interface
RS232/485, TCP/IP, USB
Access Control Interface
3rd Party Electric Lock, Door Sensor, Exit Button, Alarm, Doorbell,
Wiegand Signal
Input and Output
Algorithm Version
ZK Finger V9.0 & 10.0
Power Adapter
12V DC, 3A
Dimensions
87 x 195 x 42.5mm
Specialty
F19 is an innovative biometric fingerprint reader for access control application. Offering unparalleled performance by using an advanced algorithm for reliability, precision and excellent matching speed. The F19 features the fastest commercial-based fingerprint matching algorithm and ZK high-performance, high-image quality infrared detection fingerprint sensor. The device offers flexibility to be installed standalone or with any third party access control panels .that support standard Wiegand signal. All the operations can be done on the TFT-LCD color screen. The fingerprint image will be displayed on it. That will guide user to put finger on proper position and increase recognition rate. TCP/IP and RS485 are available that the device can be used in different network.
Others
Transaction Capacity: 30,000 Transactions, Sensor: ZK Optical Sensor, Operating Temperature: 0 degree C- 45 degree C, Operating Humidity: 20% - 80%
Necessary Accessories (Not Included)
127.09.761.23 K2 12V 2A Power Adapter
Warranty
1 year

Details

Model - ZKTeco F19, Standard Function - Webserver, Anti-passback, Optional Function - ID Card, Mifare Card, Display - TFT LCD Color Screen, Fingerprint Capacity - 3000, Interface Styles - Common, Matrix and Magic styles, Communication Interface - RS232/485, TCP/IP, USB, Access Control Interface - 3rd Party Electric Lock, Door Sensor, Exit Button, Alarm, Doorbell,, Wiegand Signal - Input and Output, Algorithm Version - ZK Finger V9.0 & 10.0, Power Adapter - 12V DC, 3A, Dimension - 87 x 195 x 42.5mm, Specialty - F19 is an innovative biometric fingerprint reader for access control application. Offering unparalleled performance by using an advanced algorithm for reliability, precision and excellent matching speed. The F19 features the fastest commercial-based fingerprint matching algorithm and ZK high-performance, high-image quality infrared detection fingerprint sensor. The device offers flexibility to be installed standalone or with any third party access control panels .that support standard Wiegand signal. All the operations can be done on the TFT-LCD color screen. The fingerprint image will be displayed on it. That will guide user to put finger on proper position and increase recognition rate. TCP/IP and RS485 are available that the device can be used in different network., Others - Transaction Capacity: 30,000 Transactions, Sensor: ZK Optical Sensor, Operating Temperature: 0 degree C- 45 degree C, Operating Humidity: 20% - 80%, Necessary Accessories (Not Included) - 127.09.761.23 K2 12V 2A Power Adapter, Warranty - 1 Year

General


Access control is a fundamental concept in security that minimizes risk to the business or organization. This system is a safeguard for selective restriction of access to a place or other resource while access management describes the process. The act of accessing may mean consuming, entering, or using.

There are two types of access control: physical and logical. Physical access control limits access to campuses, buildings, rooms and physical IT assets. Logical access control limits connections to computer networks, system files and data.

How It works:


To secure a facility, Access control systems perform identification authentication and authorization of users and entities by evaluating required login credentials that can include passwords, personal identification numbers (PINs), biometric scans, security tokens or other authentication factors. Multifactor authentication, which requires two or more authentication factors, is often an important part of layered defense to protect access control systems.

Access control system components

Components of an access control system include:

·        An access control panel (also known as a controller)

·        An access-controlled entry, such as a door, turnstile, parking gate, elevator, or other physical barrier

·        A reader installed near the entry. (In cases where the exit is also controlled, a second reader is used on the opposite side of the entry.)

·        Locking hardware, such as electric door strikes and electromagnetic locks

·        A magnetic door switch for monitoring door position

·        Request-to-exit (REX) devices for allowing egress. When a REX 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.

Access control topology


Access control decisions are made by comparing the credentials to an access control list. This look-up can be done by a host or server, by an access control panel, or by a reader. The development of access control systems has observed a steady push of the look-up out from a central host to the edge of the system, or the reader. The look-up and control functions are by the control panel. The spokes communicate through a serial connection; usually RS-485. Some manufactures are pushing the decision making to the edge by placing a controller at the door. The controllers are IP enabled, and connect to a host and database using standard networks.

Implementing access control


Access control is a process that is integrated into an organization's IT environment. It can involve identity and access specific surroundings. The best practice of "least privilege" restricts access to only resources that an employee requires to perform their immediate job functions.

A common security issue is failure to revoke credentials and access to systems and data when an individual moves into a different job internally or leaves the company.
  • মোবাইল ফোন দিয়ে Access Control ডিভাইস চালানো যাবে কি না?
  • মোবাইল ফোন দিয়েও ডিভাইসটি চালানো যাবে, তবে সেক্ষেত্রে কাস্টমাইজ্ড সফটওয়্যার প্রয়োজন হবে।
  • Access Control এর সাথে কি ডেডিকেটেড সফটওয়্যার থাকে, নাকি আলাদা করে কিনতে হয়?
  • সাধারণত ডিভাইসের সঙ্গে একটি ডেডিকেটেড সফটওয়্যার থাকে। তবে বেশ কিছু বাড়তি সুবিধা পেতে চাইলে ফাংশন বুঝে কাস্টমাইজ্ড সফটওয়্যারে কিনে নিতে হয়। রায়ান্স থেকে ১৩০০টাকার বিনিময়ে ৩ বছরের জন্য এমন সফটওয়্যার নিতে পারবেন গ্রাহক।

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