Card-operated lock systems becoming more popular

January 6, 2020

Card-operated lock systems have become more popular components of access-control systems, according to an article from Facility Maintenance Decisions on the FacilitiesNet website.

Flexibility is the primary benefit of this system. Technicians can change locks as often as desired from a central computer by reprogramming the door. 

The computer logs all transactions and can provide a printout for administrative control of all changes.

Maybe the largest impact of new technology related to door hardware on maintenance activities involves increased attention on selecting the most appropriate hardware, as well as closer attention to preventive maintenance tasks that keep components working properly.

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