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What do you need to encode a RFID lock?

When you shop RFID locks for your hotel, dormitory or other facilitis, you may want to ask what do we need to operate a RFID lock. Underneath a model is presented that can be used to understand what we need to operate a RFID key card lock system. ('What is RFID?')


What do you need to encode a RFID lock?

RFID Key Card Lock (Reader)

Usually, a RFID Key Card Lock has a reader installed, which is connected to a third party system that is accepting (and storing) RFID related events and uses these events to trigger actions. In the security industry that system might be a building access control system. Check out featured RFID Key Card Locks from LockChoice, they are great for hotels, dormitories or other facilitis.

Keys (RFID Key cards)

To open the door, you also need the correct key, which is a RFID Key Card in this scenario. A number is stored on a RFID Key card. When a RFID key card is shown to the access control reader next to the door, a specific ID number is sent and validated by the system. Need to purchase some RFID Key cards? Click here >

Access control management system (software)

An access control management system(software) that manages access credentials and authorizations.

You can program and reprogram RFID Key cards to give them the different access credentials to different RFID Locks. Here are some software(encoder included) you need if you are going to buy RFID key card locks from us.


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