Quick visual verification
A range of panels and monitors
Plug-and-play standalone solution
- Multi-format token compatibility
- IP and PoE technology for easy expansion
- Intruder alarm integration – set the alarm in Net2 or Paxton10 from the Entry panel for extra convenience
- SIP compatibility – the door can be answered from smartphone, tablet or PC
- All panels available in flush, surface and rain-hood versions – suitable for a range of environments
- Entry Premium monitor available with a host of new features including free concierge management and personalisation options
- Personalise the Entry Touch panel with multiple themes and contact images for quick visual recognition
- Add a secondary IP camera to the system for higher security sites
- Pan/tilt camera functionality on the panels to capture an angled view
- Panels have a low light sensitivity camera – ideal for use day or night
- Video voicemail enables visitors to leave a video message
Why do I need it?
Our door entry system, Entry comprises three simple components: external panel, door control unit and internal monitor handset. On approaching your building, visitors call via the bell button on the external panel. Once you have recognised the caller via either the audio or full colour, smart audio/video monitor, you can grant or deny access.
Entry comes in a discreet design that is suitable for a range of environments. To gain access via an Entry controlled door; voice call, proximity token and keypad options mean you can tailor your solution to suit your requirements. Bluetooth® smart credentials are also available when used alongside Paxton10, access control and video management.
Watch the video to see the benefits of a complete system and all its components.
Door Entry as a Solution
Our door entry system works as a standalone solution, with Net2, networked access control or with our combined access control and video management system, Paxton10.
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Not sure if Entry is right for you?
Have a look at some existing Paxton sites to see how the system can be adapted to meet a range of diverse requirements.