A person who by possession of a credential can gain access to a controlled facility.
- CAT 5
A common cable type that consists of several twisted pairs in an overall protective jacket. Used for network cabling and many access control data functions.
The path through which electrical energy flows.
The point at which two contacts meet to complete a circuit.
- Concurrent Workstations
The number of Workstations connected or logged on to the Server at the same time.
Material with the ability to carry electric current. The term is also used for an electric wire.
A tube or trough for protecting wires and cables. It may be a solid or flexible tube in which insulated electrical wires are run.
Generally, any device used to provide rapid connect/disconnect service for electrical cable and wire terminations.
Electrically conductive points used to make or break an electrical circuit mechanically.
A credential is a physical/tangible object, a piece of knowledge, or a facet of a person's physical being, that enables an individual access to a given physical facility or computer-based information system. Typically, credentials can be something you know (such as number or PIN), something you have (such as an access badge), something you are (such as a biometric feature) or some combination of these items. The typical credential is an access card, key fob, or other key.
The flow of electrons through an electrical conductor. Current is measured in amperes.