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A-IP Ethernet computer control module uses your data network
B-Elect electric strike or magnet lock
C-Elect Auto door opener for door or gates
D-Optional a buzzer for annunciating door is opening
G-Optional ADA compliance for door release
H-Optional Door contract for interface to burglar detection
I-Optional emergency annunciator sounder.
J-Optional Doorbell 
​R1-Elect inside  reader pair to Outside reader-see media
R2-Outside reader paired to inside reader-see media*
HID Overview
What is on this page.
Basics of door control build your Internet Protocol (IP) based door access connections. See Novacom's 5 step program.
IP connection is the same that you connect: phones, computers, Servers, video, burglar/fire detection, & Access Control; a single platform.  
Step 1- Every site has its data switch(s). The best option is to have a Power over Ethernet (POE) switch that provides the Novacom
1 IP Source IP Work Hub. Building the IP World Technology IP Work Hub almost always improves computer performance.
Step 2-Determine the type of door lock device(s) needed.
Step 3-Select: card, fob, keypad, finger print, and iris  (eye) reader. Select a smart lock.
Step 5-Elect if cameras will synchronize with Access Control. Any door event, door open,  is recorded simultaneously with the video image. Simply, view the Access Control event and the video image appears.
Step 4-Select the method to manage the door access; cell or onsite computer
Video door box with integrated door release
1 IP Source Get IP Internet  Get Computers & Printers  Get Wi Fi      Get IP Phone     Get IP Video  Get IP Access Control