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chieflittlehorse

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Post Fri Jan 27, 2017 5:23 am

HID Readers

Does anyone know how to install a HID Reader? My new boss wants me to learn how to install a HID reader that is powered thru the main electrical circuit, no stand-alone power supply. They use a fob too. Didn't ask if they have a computer to do audit trails. They use an electric mortise lock with wires going thru the middle hinge which then is connected to wires they showed me thru the wall.

I said I could always learn it. I signed up with HID on their website and will do some studying. But any help will be appreciated.

This new boss is a commercial real estate broke whom I'm working in construction at the moment, doing demolition for remodeling.

My question is though, as I have my own business license and resale license. If he asked me to buy him lock hardware, am I supposed to use his money to buy it at cost for him, or am I supposed to get it wholesale for myself, then sell it to him for a profit.

Because if he want me to get him hardware, I was going to tell him he has to do it with his company, not mine because it's my resale license.

I'm just unawares of what to do.

Any advice will be appreciated.
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Anarchy_won

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Post Fri Jan 27, 2017 5:37 am

Re: HID Readers

ASSA/ABLOY has a good free online "university" with a bunch of "classes" on HID stuff
http://www.assaabloyamericasuniversity. ... ersitycom/
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