Deploying wireless locks and readers in a healthcare facility

February 24, 2017

The latest generation of wireless locks and readers is well suited for large institutional deployments, but there are some best practices that can help ensure success, according to an article on the Campus Safety website.

A wireless lock can be a convenient way to add security because it doesn’t have the expense of pulling wire to the door. The lock has to be battery powered.

In order to save energy, a battery-powered wireless lock goes into an offline power-saving mode when it doesn’t need to communicate with the application server. 

They are best used in areas that don’t need to be updated frequently such as employee offices and conference rooms.

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