As a company owner or manager you are probably always on a look-out for ways and means to organize as well as speed up the process of keeping records of employees. One of the most tedious tasks, usually, is checking the daily log of attendance of your staff members. Additionally, manual checks or paper records for sensitive areas of the facility can be difficult. Many offices and industrial plants have installed the Biometric Access Control Systems in their facilities as an effective solution for both; keeping entry-exit logs as well as ensuring safety.
One the biometric access control system that is highly popular is the FS 20 Fin’ lock access control system. This unit is ideal for security as well as time and attendance data logging. Equipped with a high resolution optical sensor, the FS20 can operate in local and network mode. This means that whether your application involves checking of prints at remote locations or internally, this device will efficiently do both.
FS 20 access control system devices are compatible with the Windows 2000 and XP operating platforms and can be connected using standard Ethernet interface in LAN and the internet. While in the network mode, the FS 20 Fin’ lock access control systems, can handle storing, recognition and identification of unlimited fingerprints, in the local mode, each of these devices can store up to 500 prints. This makes these devices a must-have for attendance purposes. Additionally, on these access control system units, each individual can store up to 3 prints, which is ideal for high profile security measures. The communication between the FS20 and FAS (Fingerprint authentication Server) is Blowfish algorithm encrypted, hence, next to impossible to hack it. Lastly, it provides high resolution clear images, for identification and authentication.
If you are planning to install biometric access control system in your facility, ensure that you pick only the finest devices and software.