The Atlas series consists of biometric door access control panels and RFID that have an integrated web application. The web application eliminates the need for access control management software. Atlas is available in panels of 1, 2 and 4 doors and can accept up to 80 doors. The functions include Management and registration of users, Control and monitoring of doors, Blocking, Reports, Maps, Anti-Passback, Opening of the first card, Opening of several cards, Design of the card and PIN of duress and more. Auxiliary relays programmable by the user can be used to control lights, alarms, annunciators, intrusion detection panels, additional blocking devices or any other external electrical device that can be controlled by a switch. The Atlas Series panels communicate securely over a TCP / IP network using SSL / TLS. Supported browsers include Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. The panels of the Atlas Series communicate with the readers through Wiegand or the OSDP communication protocol. The firmware can be updated in the field, which allows your system to keep up to date with the latest security features and improvements.
Atlas RFID access control panels (models 100, 200 and 400) can store and combine up to 5,000 cards. Atlas RFID panels are compatible with the ZKTeco KR Series prox card readers. Readers of the KR series are available in mullion and single band sizes. Atlas RFID panels also support third-party readers that communicate through the Wiegand or OSDP protocols.
Atlas biometric access control panels (models 160, 260 and 460) can store and combine up to 5,000 fingerprints and 5,000 cards. The biometric panels of Atlas are compatible with the fingerprint readers ZKTeco FR1500A. The FR1500A model is a mullion fingerprint and prox card reader that only requires 4 cables (for power and data) when connected to the Atlas Biometric panel. FR1500A supports one- and two-factor authentication. Since the FR1500A does not store any data, it is not necessary to connect it with the Cat5e / 6 cable. The Atlas Biometric panels also support third-party readers that communicate through the Wiegand or OSDP protocols.