Live classroom based training with experience WISA Certified instructor who add their own personal experience and expertise to the course.
Due to Covid-19 WISA has moved this to a Virtual Live class room for the upcoming EAC class in June.
This 14-hour course, followed by a two-hour examination, provides broad training and information needed to successfully design and install an electronic access control system. This course teaches both the theory and the practical application of locks, door hardware and electronic access control systems. The course culminates in an actual system design exercise based on a given customer’s specifications and building plan. (1.4 CEUs)
•Introduction •Program objectives and outcomes •History lesson: how EAC came to be •What EAC can accomplish •Generic EAC systems and their applications •Common design and installation errors •Customer specification design •Choosing locking and egress hardware •Choosing readers and cards/credentials •Developing a specification for power supplies •Selecting wire types for given applications and uses •Working within national electrical and life safety codes •System design