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Access Control System Standards

Access control systems can be defined as any system that controls and/or monitors access to an area.  For example, a one door system that allows a door to be electronically locked/unlocked by pushing a button.  More complex systems monitor, track and control a number of doors/ gates from various facilities over the internet but also allow for each area to be accessed by individual users with biometric hand recognition readers. 

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Other National Standards

United States of America

Door and Access Systems Manufacturers Association International

1300 Sumner Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115-2851, USA.
Tel: +1 216 241 7333; Fax: +1 216 241 0105
Email: dasma@dasma.com; Web: www.dasma.com

  • DASMA 303 (2006) Performance criteria for accessible communications entry systems