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Zrabra Externally Connected Module for Access Control System ABK-502

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Interlocking relay module is the ideal choice for the purpose of interlocking door control project. It is easy to install. Professional and capable of standing wear. High quality elements with superb design. When the first door opens, the second door...
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  • Interlocking relay module is the ideal choice for the purpose of interlocking door control project
  • It is easy to install
  • Professional and capable of standing wear
  • High quality elements with superb design
  • Dimensions: 39 x 24 x 20mm / 1.5 x 0.9 x 0.8in (L x W x H)
  • Suitable for Door: Externally-connected electronic lock of access controller
  • Output Capability: Dry contact output
  • Operating Temperature: -20~+70℃
  • Max. Overload: 10A/250VAC 10A/30VDC

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Zrabra Externally Connected Module for Access Control System ABK-502

Zrabra Externally Connected Module for Access Control System ABK-502

Zrabra Externally Connected Module for Access Control System ABK-502


  • Professional and capable of standing wear

Door Access Control:


  • Fingerprint scanners are just one of the many types of door access controls.Door access controls come in a range of different styles, systems, setups, mounts and prices. With so much variety, choosing a door access control system for your business---or even your home---can be difficult. You can make your choice much easier by considering the different specifications and criteria; for example, the type of control, the mounting system and the price.
  • Type of Access Control
  • The type of access control is the by far most important specification to consider when purchasing a door access system because it dictates the way you open your doors. For that reason, you must choose an access system that is practical and relevant to your infrastructure. For example, doors that are opened on a regular basis (like in a publishing office) should avoid being controlled by an eye-scanning access system, which takes a significant amount of time to open. With lots of different people rushing in and out of the office doors, a time-consuming type of access control would be impractical and could potentially harm the way your business runs. The overall security of the door(s) should also be considered when looking at the type of access control. For example, an easy-to-steal card access system should not be used for a high-risk door such as a home storage safe. The different types of door access controls available include keypad systems, card readers, voice recognition locks and eye scanners.
  • Price
  • Another specification that is important to consider when buying a door access control system is the price. More expensive systems are usually made with more advanced or stronger technology than the cheaper systems. Therefore, you really have to ask yourself whether a $500 system is appropriate for your own home. Prices for the more-basic keypad door controls start at roughly $100 per unit, while fingerprint door controls may cost anywhere up from $300 per device (as of December 2010).
  • Access Control Software
  • Electronic or biometric door controls that are used over an entire company or office floor are always manufactured with software. This software is a spec that buyers need to consider very carefully. Some, for example, have limitations such as only working with certain operating systems (such as Windows), while others may be too small or too basic for your current setup (e.g., a 100-employee system for 10,000 employees). Another specification to consider is whether the access controls are sold with an application service provider (ASP). An ASP is a company that manages and stores all of your security setup data in a remote center, taking all of the pressure off of your office PC system and technicians. Check with the door access control seller to find out if an ASP is an option.

Package Included:


  • 1 x Access Control Externally-Connected Module for Access Control Systems