A door access system is a security solution designed to control and manage entry to buildings, rooms, or specific areas within a facility. It replaces traditional lock and key methods with electronic authentication mechanisms, enhancing security, convenience, and monitoring capabilities. Typically, a door access system involves the use of keycards, fobs, biometric identification (such as fingerprints or retina scans), or PIN codes to grant authorized individuals access. These systems enable administrators to restrict entry based on user roles, time of day, and other criteria, reducing the risk of unauthorized access. Additionally, door access systems provide a digital trail of entry events, facilitating better tracking and management of personnel movements for both security and administrative purposes.

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