UseDoor Communication, keyless access control
ApplicationsInterior and exterior doors, family homes, commercially used buildings, garage door control, turnstile control, barrier control, motorized cylinder locks
CharacteristicsFlush-mount, tamper-protected, electronic system
ColorsAluminum, white glass, pure white glossy, stainless steel, anthracite
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.
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:|| || |
|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.