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Understanding WEIGAND

Monday, August 2nd, 2010

 The term Weigand is applied to several characteristics related to Access Control readers and cards. Unfortunately, the word is often used very carelessly and can lead to unnecessary confusion. Here are the basic facts:
 
Weigand is:
1.      A specific reader-to-Card Interface.
2.      A specific binary reader-to-Controller Interface.
3.      An electronic signal carrying data.
4.      The “standard” 26 bit binary Card… Read more >>

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