PaxLock Pro is the latest addition to Paxton’s wireless access control range, it can be installed in standalone mode or as part of a Net2 networked system, with no extra hardware required. Suitable for a range of sites and extensively tested to meet high industry standards, including EN179 compliance for fire doors, PaxLock Pro offers versatile, wireless access control with a modern, contemporary design which is built to last.
The PaxLock Pro was installed at the Fire and Rescue Service Headquarters. When used in combination with Net2 and Net2 Entry, the networked access control system provides Humberside Fire and Rescue Service with a flexible solution that enables them to easily grant access to crew members, office staff and contractors from a centralized location.
Garry Roscoe, Engineering Manager, at Delta, said: “The Paxton system offers Humberside Fire and Rescue Service the functionality to manage and maintain access to 12 fire stations across the region. They can easily update access permissions, depending on the security clearance of each user, and monitor who is on site at any time, ensuring that all fire stations are secure when the crew are out on an emergency response call. The new PaxLock Pro has been fantastic for managing access through the office doors to ensure only those with correct clearance can enter.”
John Mann, Facilities Manager from Joint Estates Service, Melton, who work with the Fire and Rescue Service said: “What we really like about the Paxton system is the ability to set time zones for all of our stations and headquarters; outside of which the doors lock automatically, removing the need for any individual to manually lock the doors. This really increases site security and provides greater peace of mind. The roll call report feature is also a valuable tool for us, as it provides a list of last known locations of any user not marked as safe in the event of an emergency. This is incredibly beneficial to an organisation as large as ours.”
With the Net2 system in place, Humberside Fire and Rescue Service have a smart, access control solution that provides the flexibility to easily migrate crews of firefighters from site to site, depending on where coverage is required, without having to provide physical keys.
Humberside Fire and Rescue Service and Delta Security plan to expand the Net2 system across a further 21 fire stations in the region, and add more PaxLock Pro wireless door handles to provide a robust solution across the network.