Paxton Access to Release Net2 PaxLock

Paxton Access announced that they are releasing their new Net2 PaxLock, a secure, wireless, battery-operated electronic lock. PaxLock works with Paxton’s Net2 software allowing the end user networked access control for easy management.

The Net2 PaxLock is a welcomed addition to the Paxton Net2 portfolio of access control products. Keeping with the Paxton motto of ingeniously simple, PaxLock is a quick and easy installation. Just remove the existing cylindrical lock and replace with PaxLock. No separate power supply or cables are required. Ideal applications would include schools and universities, commercial buildings and healthcare facilities.

Chris Donohue, product sales manager, Paxton Access said, “We added Net2 PaxLock to provide our customers with a robust ANSI (American National Standards Institute) grade one electronic lock with key override. No additional electronics needed to integrate with the security network like most wireless systems. A great design and easy install will make this product in big demand.”

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