Door Communication, keyless access control
Interior and exterior doors, family homes, commercially used buildings, garage door control, turnstile control, barrier control, motorized cylinder locks
Flush-mount, tamper-protected, electronic system
Aluminum, white glass, pure white glossy, stainless steel, anthracite
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Gira offers something for building technology that has long been standard in the automotive industry: Keyless In products for keyless access to rooms and buildings. The technology is based on an electronic system. The Gira Keypad and the Gira Fingerprint reader can be installed as a standalone device with no other control components, or as part of the Gira door communications system.
Both the Gira Keypad and the Gira Fingerprint reader can be installed in standard 58 mm flush-mounted devices, and Gira Keyless In can be integrated in Gira switch ranges both indoors and outdoors.
An acoustic warning tone or, in connection with the door communication system, a tampering circuit is triggered by the unauthorized removal of the unit.
|Product: ||Keyless In Keypad ||Keyless In Fingerprint |
|Description: ||Opens the door when a personal number combination is entered. Simply touching the surface is sufficient for the capacitive technology to recognize inputs. || Gira Keyless In Fingerprint works with the biometric system. State-of-the-art, high-frequency technology recognizes the fingerprint of the deepest layers of skin. |
|Features: || |
- Wear-free operation with added security.
- Up to 255 codes can be managed with the Keypad.
- The keypad unit is protected from unauthorized removal by a warning tone.
- Works reliably even if the surface of the skin is slightly injured, if fingers are a bit dirty, or if the skin structure has changed with age.
- Up to 99 fingers can be managed by the fingerprint reader.
- Can detect signs of life so silicone replicants will not be recognized
|Technology: || Capacitive switching technology: When a finger comes to within 1 mm, it is detected as pressing the button. Releasing is detected at a distance of 3 mm (hysteresis behavior). The switching hysteresis results in a precise switching feel. A fine acknowledgment tone provides feedback when the buttons are pressed. || |
High-frequency technology: Access control based on the unique biometric features of the human finger using a new type of high-frequency fingerprint sensor. It analyses the structures of the deepest layers of skin of the finger used. When a finger grows and changes, the system learns and repeatedly re-saves data.