Standalone access controller

Different types of Standalone access controller

Different types of Standalone access controllers are available, based mainly on the number of doors they control, their functions, and their uses. The main types are as follows:

Intelligent controller:

The controller has intelligent management functions, such as face recognition, voice recognition, and identity verification. A high-demand security place requires sophisticated algorithms and technologies for accurate identification and authorization management of employees.

Double door controller:

Two types of double door Standalone access controllers exist: one-way and two-way. Unlike the double-door one-way controller, which can control the entry and exit of both doors, the double-door two-way controller can control both doors and distinguish between them.  This type of Standalone access controllers are typically used to control the entrance and exit of two doors, such as those at commercial places or large buildings.

Single door controller:

The controller is mainly used for controlling a single door, so it is ideal for small shops and family homes. There are some single-door controllers based on TCP/IP networks, which support IC card, ID card and other door opening methods, and which use advanced processors and real-time operating systems for efficient and stable operation.

Multi-door controller:

Multi-door Standalone access controllers are suitable for large commercial buildings, office buildings, parks and other places with multiple doors that need to be controlled. Multi-door controllers also have flexible function conversion, which can switch between single-door two-way and double-door one-way operation.

There are also Standalone access controllers with special functions, such as fire and alarm linkage expansion modules, access control boxes, and power supplies, which are used for specific access control and channel access control applications.

There are many factors to consider when choosing an Standalone access controllers, including specific application scenarios, the number and functional requirements of doors, and budget. For seamless integration and efficient operation, ensure the selected controller is compatible with your existing access control or security management system.