RFID key card locks are catching on fast. More and more hotel lowers and public facilitis managers are looking into sqruce up the guestrooms experience by replacing their old magentic card locks with new RFID key card looks.
A Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) serves the same purpose as a barcode or magnetic strip on the back of a credit card or ATM card. It identifies the object on a unique identifier stored in the card. It is also used for identification of objects, people, or inventory management. An RFID card is usually used at homes, offices, and hotel as a key card to unlock door locks.
Generally speaking, three main parts make up in a passive RFID system – an RFID reader or interrogator, an RFID antenna, and RFID tags. Unlike active RFID tags, passive RFID tags only have two main components – the tag’s antenna and the microchip or integrated circuit (IC).
RFID technology has been applied to variety areas in our life. One of the most common area is hospitality security. But have you ever thought about what is inside of a RFID Key Card you probably use everyday.
RFID tagging is an ID system that uses radio frequency identification devices for identification and tracking purposes. ('What is RFID?')
When it comes to security while traveling you are probably like everyone else. We all want to have a good time and feel safe and secure doing it. Well I want to take a look at the security features that help keep you and everyone else a bit safer while staying in a hotel.
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?')
If you want to replace or install new door locks for your hotel, dormitory or other facility, would you need a mortise lock or a cylindrical lock? Lockchoice has the right answer and locks for you.
Our clients range from hotels and motels to dormitories, hosipital and other facilities. When we are performing a specification analysis with our clients, not everyone understands the different types of locks. We often hear "Well, what’s the difference? As a general response – there is a HUGE difference between a mortise lock and a cylindrical lock.