The LSL ACS is a hardware and software combination that provides a complete solution for tracking, electronic door authorization, access control, auditing, and logging. It can be configured to utilize RFID tags, magnetic card readers, HID ProxCards and many other data acquisition types.
The LSL ACS consists of three key components, two software, one hardware.
- LSL Enterprise Server (LES) Core server that communicates with all components, interfaces to database, and coordinates all processing
- LSL Enterprise Console (LEC) Graphical user interface to configure, monitor, and control your enterprise
- LSL LPN-SEC Hardware that works with physical readers, communicates directly to LES through a secure channel
- LSL Communication Server (LCS) Core server that communicates with graphical interface components, interfaces to the database, interfaces to 3rd party products, and processes the compressed data streams from the LSL LPN-SEC .
This system allows the tracking, auditing, control, and immediate real-time cancellation of digital key cards. Every RFID tag, swipe card, or ProxCard access is checked against the core security database. If the card holder is authorized to access the area, the door solenoid is fired and opened. A log entry for successful entry is made. If access is denied the door is not opened and a security log is made. This can optionally be used to notify and dispatch a security detail.
LSL has designed and developed a hardened Linux based embedded industrial class solution utilizing a robust distributed paradigm.
Combined with LSL Enterprise Server software this system provides a complete multi-format access control solution for tracking people, assets, vehicles, and securing buildings with integrated billing/charge back capability for parking applications.
LSL provides a complete stack of software, hardware, and documentation for end to end implementation of a complete system.
Block diagram showing basic logical layout of the LPN-SEC based system and relation to the LSL Enterprise Server and LSL Enterprise Console. In the App Note section below is an overview of some of the ways this technology can be implemented in your environment.
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