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One-to-one verification. Biometric validation method that compares the captured template of a fingerprint, finger veins or face of a user with the template of the same user stored in the memory of an assistance device or access control, being necessary for the user to present a unique identifier as a pre-comparison ID or card number.



One-to-many identification. Biometric validation method that compares the captured template of a fingerprint, finger veins or face of a user with all the templates stored in the memory of an assistance device or access control without the need for the user to present a prior identifier the comparison.


Access Level

Access privilege that is assigned to the users of an access control system through the combination of specific schedules and doors. 


Alarm output

Also known as Auxiliary Output. Bell output works as a switch or switch for connecting a bell and a button to activate it.



Method or set of operations organized in a logical and orderly manner to obtain a result or solve a problem. In OLEX devices, it is used to indicate the version of the capture, analysis and processing method of biometric technology applied to the identification of fingerprints, fingerprints or face recognition. The algorithm could be updated to improve the user experience and optimize biometric verification for faster, more accurate and secure validation.



Also known as APB. Access control function that restricts the entry of a user to the same area for the second time without previously registering an exit and vice versa.



Characteristic of some OLEX devices to indicate that they can withstand vandalism (beatings and / or mistreatment)


Tecnología Biométrica

Use of electronic devices and advanced computer methods for the analysis and identification and authentication of a person based on their unique human traits or characteristics.



(Day Light Saving Time).Summer schedule. Function to automatically adjust the summer time by setting the start and end date.



Also known as IEEE802.3 standard. Data transmission standard for local area networks. Term usually used to indicate that a device is equipped with an RJ45 port to be connected to a local network.



Also known as Registries, Markings, Transactions or Transfers. Information or data related to an access, verification of a user or any event that a device can record and save in its memory. Also used to indicate the maximum memory capacity of registers or events that has an assistance device or access control.



(False Acceptance Rate) False Acceptance Error. Range of error that could allow an unregistered user to be accepted as a registered user in a biometric validation. In the OLEX devices the F.A.R. It is less than 0.0001%.






(False Rejection Rate) False Rejection Error. Range of error that could restrict access to a registered user when considered as a user not registered in a biometric validation. In the OLEX devices the F.R.R. is less than 1%


Fail Safe

Also known as Open in Case of Failure. Term used to describe locks that require electrical power to keep a door closed, for example a magnetic lock, and in case of electrical "failure" (without power) the door will remain open.


Fail Secure

Also known as Closed in Case of Failure. Term used to describe locks that require electrical power to unlock and open a door, for example some types of counter-plate. In case of electrical "failure" (without power) the door remains closed and can be opened until energy is applied to the lock.




It is equipped with a 2 megapixel image sensor and crystal quality prism. It has live tissue detection and works stably even in intense sunlight.




Computer code for specific purposes recorded in a normal read-write memory that contains the lowest level logic that controls the electronic circuits of a device. It usually refers to the program that manages the circuits and functions of an electronic device and can be updated to improve operation or add functions.




También conocido como Interlock. Función de control de acceso que solo permite la apertura de una puerta simultáneamente en un grupo de 2 o más puertas




(Internet Protocol). Internet protocol. Commonly known as IP Address. It is a numeric label that identifies a device within a LAN or WAN data network. The default IP of the OLEX devices is



(Local Area Network) Red de Área Local. Red de datos interna entre computadoras o dispositivos electrónicos.



Function of some OLEX devices that ask the user for more than one form of verification to validate an access. The combinations of the verification modes can be biometric by fingerprint, vein or face or by means of a card or password depending on the characteristics of the device.



(Normaly Close). Normally Closed Contact. State of a relay or switch that in the idle state maintains the continuity of the circuit with the Common terminal. When activated, it loses continuity with the Common terminal, giving temporary continuity with the Normally Open contact.



(Normaly Open). Normally Open Contact State of a relay in which, in the idle state, there is no continuity of the circuit with the Common terminal until the relay is activated.



(Open Network Video Interface Forum). Open Forum of Network Video Interfaces. A global standard in development that aims to guarantee the interoperability or compatibility of IP video surveillance devices and other electronic security products independently of the brand or manufacturer.


Operation Humidity

It is used to indicate the range of humidity in the environment in which a device can operate stably.


Optical Sensor

Device for the capture and verification of fingerprints that operates through a visible light source, a CCD and an exposure glass.



Personal Identification Number



Term used to describe the digital information of a fingerprint, face or finger vein. In OLEX devices it is used as the unit to indicate the amount of fingerprints, faces or fingerprints that can be stored in the database of an assist or access control device.


Protection Rate (IP)

Also known as Index Protection or IP Protection. Level of protection of an electronic device against the entry of solid or liquid materials (usually water). It consists of two digits, in which the first digit corresponds to the level of protection against solids and the second digit corresponds to liquids.



Serial communication standard for data transmission between 2 devices.



Differential point-multipoint communication standard. It allows the transmission of data between several devices addressed by twisted cable (UTP cable) over long distances. It is possible to connect up to 32 devices in an RS485 communication loop up to a maximum distance of 1,200 meters depending on the transmission speed.



(Software Development Kit). Computer code that allows developers to create specific software applications.



Ability of a system to grow in number of devices or terminals whether they are assistance or access control


(Self Service Report).Support device feature that allows you to download an employee attendance report directly from the device in XLS format using a USB stick without the need for a PC.



Autonomous. Electronic device that can operate independently without the need for a PC or other device.



(Time and Attendance). Time and Assistance In OLEX products and solutions it is used to indicate that the device or software is suitable for applications such as calculation of working time, employee management, creation of reports, etc.


Also known as Sabotage Alarm. Security mechanism that allows to monitor the integrity and / or installation in the wall of a standalone device and is activated when separating the device from its original installation place by means of the release of a switch or an optical or magnetic sensor.

Time zone

Also known as Schedule. Period of time determined in which certain functions, privileges or restrictions are established in an access control system.



(Universal Serial Bus). Universal Bus in Series. Serial bus communication interface to make the connection between a PC or Host equipment with peripheral devices.


Communication protocol between readers and access control panels composed of a string of binary numbers called bits. There are several Wiegand data formats, the Wiegand 26-bit format being the standard. The transmission of the data is done through three cables commonly identified as D0 (Wiegand Data0), D1 (Wiegand Data1) and ground.

Wiegand Input

Characteristic of some OLEX devices to indicate that it is equipped with a data input that allows the connection of external Wiegand readers (slaves) as proximity readers. The Wiegand data input is done through three cables commonly identified as IW0 (Input Wiegand0), IW1 (Input Wiegand1) and ground.

Wiegand Output

Characteristic of some terminals of OLEX that allows the connection and transmission of data with access control panels of third parties or standalone devices with Wiegand input. See Wiegand for more information.