RemoteLock ACS from LockState Offers Cloud-based Access Control

The RemoteLock ACS from LockState is a cloud-based access control management system that integrates external door controllers with internal stand-alone Wi-Fi connected locks for a complete access solution. With an easy to use and intuitive browser-based interface, the system integrates open architecture hardware from best-in-class manufacturers like Mercury and HID.

The RemoteLock ACS not only includes traditional physical access management hardware typically used for perimeter access points, but also integrates internal Wi-Fi stand-alone door locks. Whether you have one door or thousands, the RemoteLock ACS brings solutions to small and mid-sized businesses that were previously out of reach.

With internet-connected locks and sensors, businesses can monitor doors in real-time. View up-to-date access records to see who has entered the building and inner office suites. Lock and unlock doors remotely via computer or smartphone in real-time.

RemoteLock ACS from LockState’s web-based architecture offers significant savings over traditional physical access systems. Because the system is hosted online, there is no need for computer hardware, fixed client workstations, software licenses, ongoing staffing resources, software installations or system upgrades.

A RemoteLock ACS starter kit is the perfect solution for new customers. Kits include a LS-150x controller which offers modular expandability and the flexibility to conform to any access control system requirements. The one-door can be expanded to up to 17 doors before another main control unit is required.

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