Striking Out Part 2

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Tips on troubleshooting electric strikes (Under Pressure – The Problem with Preloading) Thank you for joining us for the second half of our troubleshooting electric strikes special! In our last article we covered the basics of troubleshooting including checking for correct installation, wear and tear, and what to do if the issue with your electric...
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Striking Out

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Tips on troubleshooting electric strikes PT 1 (First Things First & It’s Electric) If you’ve been with us—or the access control industry at large—for any length of time, you’re likely familiar with electric strikes. They’re the younger, cooler cousin of fixed strike systems and are becoming a standard fixture in the industry. What may be...
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Electric Strikes

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Electric strikes are a product of a growing access control industry. They are traditionally used in conjunction with various access control devices to provide limited access, traffic control, and the convenience of remote operation. Electric strikes can be used with many latch bolt locksets by replacing the typical lock strike faceplate with an electromechanical strike assembly....
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How Magnetic Locks and Card Access Control Really Works

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One of the most important advancements in access control systems has undoubtedly been the adoption of magnetic locks across a wide range of different businesses. Simply put, card access control replaces traditional keys and instead uses a key card and magnetic locking system to allow individuals to gain access into a building. By understanding exactly...
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Choosing A Key Card Entry System

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More recent advances in access control technology mean the days of having to issue a costly metal key to people are over. This translates to more security, easier access tracking, and less wondering about how many copies of a key have been made, or calling the locksmith out to re-key a lock. Key card entry...
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Go From Keys to Cards With Card Lock™ Company

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Electronic access control systems offer advantages over mechanical lock systems: cost savings, heightened security, and increased convenience There are several advantages of using electronic access control systems over mechanical lock systems. For instance, the former is characteristic of heightened security features, cost saving and increased convenience. What actually makes the electronic access control systems stand...
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