RFID Key Card Power Switch
An RFID key card power switch is a device that uses radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology to control the power supply to a room’s electrical appliances, such as lights, air conditioning units, and televisions. The switch is installed in the room and requires an RFID key card to activate the power supply.
When guests enter the room, they insert their RFID key card into a slot on the switch. The switch then reads the information on the card and activates the power supply to the room’s appliances. When guests leave the room, they remove the key card from the slot, turning off the appliances’ power supply.
The purpose of the RFID key card power switch is to reduce energy consumption and improve energy efficiency in hotels or motels. Hotels can save on energy costs by ensuring that appliances are only powered when guests are in the room.