card key access

card key access

[′kärd ‚kē ′ak‚ses]
(engineering)
A physical security system in which doors are unlocked by placing a badge that contains magnetically coded information in proximity to a reading device; some systems also require the typing of this information on a keyboard.
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Provide As built drawings, instruction manuals, and closeout documentation to owner Burglar Alarm portion - Provide all new hardware/materials required for alarm system to meet current code - Removal of existing fire alarm/burglar control panel - Tie into current card key access system - Tie alarm system.
The building, which has earned LEED Silver certification, offers such amenities as a full-service cafeteria, card key access, on-site security personnel, 574 indoor and outdoor parking spaces, a back-up generator for use by tenants, and five fiber carriers to enhance data back-up.
If your company premises are secured by perimeter controls, such as card key access or guard services, no additional controls may be needed for securing less sensitive information.
Guards, surveillance equipment, and card key access devices are relied upon to prevent and detect unauthorized physical access to restricted computer spaces.
Card key access, biometric entries, and mantraps are all utilized to ensure only authorized personnel gain access to the data center.
It has a food kiosk, 24/7 card key access, and a full sprinkler system.
In addition, ValueWeb Dedicated customers are secure in the knowledge that their servers reside in state-of-the-art data centers with physical security measures that include card key access, surveillance cameras and state-of-the-art fire suppression.
Additionally, the facility offers 24/7 security, including card key access, CCTV monitoring systems with 24 cameras and local and off-site monitoring.
The site is manned 24x7 by onsite security guards, and features turnstile entry, card key access, and private client caged areas with individual entry.
Capital improvements at the 12-story, 82,000 s/f property, which included the replacement of the boiler and burner last year, also include new elevator systems and a new card key access system.
OrcoNet offers 1Mbps to 10Mbps or 10Mbp to 100Mbp burstable CIR, 7-foot private locked cabinets, climate control, and electronic 7x24 secure card key access facilities on a monthly or yearly basis.
Offering excellent light and views, 675 Third Avenue is a full security building with 24-hour, 7-day card key access and, immediate access to Grand Central Terminal.