The infinias Intelli-M Access NVR (Network Video Recorder) provides fully integrated configuration management for access control and video. The server supports up to 32 IP cameras and up to 300 doors, and is available in 2, 5 and 8 TB hard drive storage options. The NVR features the ability to connect more NVRs to the system, and both video and access control events are managed through the powerful Intelli-M Access rules engine, which enables users to record and view live video from multiple video sources within a single, browser-based user interface.
The NOVA.16 panel provides access control for up to 16 doors, using smart readers on an RS-485 network. Each smart reader has a solid-state strike relay, two open collector outputs and four inputs. The smart reader only requires a twisted pair for data, plus an additional pair for DC power. The panel includes an Ethernet adapter. Each reader includes all the inputs and outputs to control a single door or gate, eliminating multiple cable home runs back to the controller.
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The JO Series intercom is useful for determining who is at the door before opening it to strangers. Inside stations feature easy-to-use touch buttons and a large 7-inch video screen. The stylish and slim design compliments both today’s professional and home interiors. The system can accommodate one door and up to two inside stations. Existing doorbell wire can be used to connect the video door station to the inside station. ISC West Booth 22109
Aurora, a new generation of access control management software, features a completely rebuilt and redesigned user interface. It also leverages the expanded processing power and capabilities built into the company’s most recent line of access control units giving users a host of new and enhanced features. Keyscan’s one-platform hardware and software interface not only supports small and mid-scale installations but also the demands of large-scale access control deployments. ISC West Booth 28057
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Fusion Web is a Web-based client application that provides a secure interface to DNA Fusion access control software from any supported web browser. The application allows users to access their system remotely and manage or react to specific situations such as granting after-hours access or controlling doors. It also gives users the power to add and edit personnel, acknowledge and clear alarms and events, and view live video feeds. ISC West Booth 6103
DKS Wireless expansion boards make it possible to add up to 16 card readers, keypads or other 26-bit wiegand access devices to any DKS 1830 Series access controller without the need of wire runs. Each board also acts as a repeater station to provide for longer distances, or individual repeater units are available when an access control device is not needed.
The CyberKey Air is a programmable smart key that can be uploaded with key-holder schedules and permissions for accessing CyberLock electronic cylinders. The battery from the key energizes the electronics within a CyberLock cylinder allowing for locks to be installed virtually anywhere without power or wiring. The Wi-Fi enabled product allows for wireless key programming of access schedules and permissions as well as real-time tracking and reporting of access events.
KeyWatcher Touch enterprise key control and management system has a big, bright 7-inch touchscreen and easier-to-use interface. KeyAnywhere enables the user to return a key to any KeyWatcher in an enterprise. Users can locate which KeyWatcher a specific key is in, or determine who has it out, with KeyFind. Every transaction is automatically recorded. The product also offers improved integration capabilities, the patented SmartKey system, modular design and full scalability.
Secura Key’s NOVA.16 multi-reader access control panel introduces new system architecture to Secura Key SK-NET systems. Each panel connects to the local area network and to a peripheral network which supports up to 16 Smart Readers, each controlling a single door or gate. There are no cable home runs from door locations to the control panel; all door connections are made locally at the Smart Reader. Each Smart Reader has a solid-state strike relay, two open collector outputs, and four inputs. The Smart Reader only requires a twisted pair for RS485 data, plus an additional pair for DC power.
ZKACCESS announces its F18- Standalone Fingerprint Reader Controller, with fingerprint recognition suitable for inside doors.
It can store and match up to 5000 fingerprints in less than two seconds and additionally can support ID and HID cards as additional credential for authentication.
It has built in relay contacts for door lock, alarm, request to exit , door sensor and visitor bell.
With the help color TFT screen which gives rich user experience and free device management software you can communicate with F18 using Ethernet connectivity.
It also has Wiegand Output for connecting it to third party access control panels.
Upgrading the security for the door from a card reader to a fingerprint reader is easy as we can use the existing cabling.