Stands for Electronics Industry Association, an association that created the standard for B/W television in the USA, Canada and Japan.
ELC (Electronic Light Control)
Compensates for moderate light changes in indoor applications without the use of auto iris lenses. Select this mode when a fixed iris lens or manual iris lens is used.
Compensates for moderate light changes in indoor applications without the use of auto iris lenses.
The most widely installed Local Area Network (LAN) technology. Specified in a standard IEEE802.3.10/100 BASE-T, the most commonly installed Ethernet system, provides transmission speed up to 100 megabits per second.
Enhanced Video Connector, one of digital video connectors.
A private network. It uses the Internet Protocol to securely share part of a business information with suppliers, vendors or others.
A device that encodes/decodes video from an analog/IP camera and transmits it to a NVR/DVR.
A remotely operated electric locking device. See Electric Strike, Electromagnetic Lock.
An electric door lock that requires power to be applied to unlock a door.
A general term referring to the electric and magnetic fields associated with the movement of electrons through conductors.
An electric door lock that uses an electromagnet to hold a door closed. See Magnetic Lock.
An access control card that uses a raised pattern as a means of encoding data.
See Electromagentic Interference.
The process of writing data to a card.
See Door Held Open Time.
An acronym for Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory.
An occurrence at a controller (such as unlocking a door, requesting to exit, forcing a door open) that generates a message stored by the controller.
A device that indicates (either audibly or silently) that a secure door has been forced opened.
A push-bar door lock that spans the width of the door, used for emergency exit. An Exit Lock may be connected to an Exit Alarm.
A reader used to control exiting from a secure area.
A switch that is used to initiate a Request to Exit. See Request to Exit.