A reader on a walk in refrigerator helps regulate access to the contents of the food storage container
Above the reader is an LED indicator that lets the users know when the timezone is active that they must present a card (after hours).
If no card is presented before the door being opened, the local alarm will sound for 30 seconds, prompting any registered user to present their badge to reset the sounder. An alarm event is stored in the system software Event Archive
The REX and door contact acknowledge an admitted egress event and prevent alarms from users exiting the space (the lock is not electronically controlled)
Exterior of Guard House, all original reader wiring is diverted through the wall and cutover to new enclosure for Sielox panels
The new enclosure as it appears mounted on the exterior wall
The enclosure is fitted with an auxiliary latch and lock attachment and has a switch to report the opening of the enclosure
For large installations, enclosures are custom ordered with internal back planes, all mounting points are carefully laid out and individual mounting posts and cable management tracks are installed. Finally, controllers are installed and wired.