A. electronic hardware, cables, access cards, power supply
B. controllers, cards, computer, software
C. card readers, locks, controllers, cables
D. door controllers, readers, cards, computer
A. Magstripe data can accommodate more unique card ID numbers.
B. Wiegard can be encrypted but a magstripe cannot.
C. Magstripes erase much more easily than Wiegands.
D. Magstripe is for a larger number of door controllers.
A. is 26 decadecimal digits
B. is 14 hexadecimal digits
C. starts with and ends with zero.
D. is preceded by five zeros.
A. People forget their PIN numbers.
B. ID cards are easily duplicated.
C. PIN numbers are not difficult to obtain.
D. They can be used only on doors with an electric strike.
C. 22/6 shield
D. 18/6 FPL
A. Ohm’s Law
B. Olin’s Law
C. Murphy’s Law
D. Kirchoff’s Law
A. facial recognition
B. fingerprint scans
D. retinal scans
A. color of the existing door hardware
B. size and spacing of door hinges
C. location to the nearest fire exit
A. fail safe
B. fail secure
C. no longer used
D. illegal in public places
A. the name and title of the person presenting the card
B. date and time
C. the ID number of the card presented
D. the location of the card reader in relation to the card presented.
A. decisions regarding access are made at the local controller
B. the administrator hands out access cards at multiple locations for convenience of the customer
C. after a loss of communications, the system continues to allow access
D. both A & C