How does the Access control board work? Simply put, it is the center of the access control system. It is the brain that connects various access control devices. It establishes the communication between the access control card reader, the electronic lock, and the exit switch, and connects through the TCP/IP port. You can see the data of your access control system and the card record on your computer.
step 1: access control card reader to read information
The pre-recorded card is taken to the outdoor access control card reader for swiping. The access control card reader will read the information on the card and send it to the Access control board. If your device is a networked device, then the access control card is read. The device will send the signal to the Internet (the router is a relay), and the Internet will transmit the information to the Access control board.
Step 2: Access control board verification information
The running Access control board receives the information data from the card reader and compares it with the previously entered information. If the comparison is wrong, the next command cannot be executed. If the match is correct, perform the next unlock task.
Step 3: Access control board performs the unlock task
The electronic bolt lock is in a standby state, and it remains locked until it receives the signal from the control panel, ensuring safety. At this time, the signal command indicates that the electronic lock realizes the unlocking task. After the unlocking is completed, a signal is returned to the Access control board, and the Access control board issues a "drip" sound, indicating that the user has unlocked.