Standalone or networked
Dual-frequency proximity reader
Simple card administration
Fire door compatibility*
*Fire door compatibility differs by PaxLock variant.
PaxLock operating modes
Networked or standalone, which is right for you?
PaxLock Pro can be used without a network in standalone mode – ideal for single doors, or sites that do not require a network or the additional functionality of an online system. This simpler solution requires just a PaxLock Pro door handle (and a pack of access cards or keyfobs). Unlike a networked system, a standalone system is programmed at each door.
Hardware required: door handle and cards/tokens
Read more about Standalone
Net2 PaxLock and PaxLock Pro can be used as part of a Net2 access control system. This means centralised management from a PC, and the benefit of a range of additional features that come with Net2 including event reporting, remote management and third party system integration.
Hardware required: door handle, Net2Air Bridge (and Net2 installed on server PC)
Read more about Net2
PaxLock Pro can be used as part of a Paxton10 access control and video management system. The online user interface means that the PaxLock can be managed from anywhere with an internet connection, just like any other Paxton10 reader. When used with Paxton10 the PaxLock Pro also supports our free of charge Bluetooth smart credentials.
Hardware required: door handle, server, wireless connector, door controller
Read more about Paxton10
How it works
PaxLock is access control in a wireless door handle, that works standalone or alongside our Net2 and Paxton10 networked access control systems.
The design is compatible with any DIN standard lock for a quick and simple installation. Its smart, compact appearance and standalone or networked operation means it can be used in a broad range of applications.
When used with Net2, the PaxLock Pro communicates with the Net2 server PC using the low power and secure wireless technology of Net2Air. PaxLock Pro is designed for use with Net2Air Bridges to give the advantages of a wireless networked access control system.
With Paxton10, the PaxLock Pro communicates with the Paxton10 server using Bluetooth® frequency-hopping technology to give the advantages of a wireless networked access control system.
The PaxLock Pro units read multi-format token technology, including Paxton, MIFARE®, Bluetooth®* and HID™ 125kHz Proximity tokens**.
*When integrated with Paxton10
**When enabled using Genuine HID Technology™
See the benefits of PaxLock in action
Have a look at some existing Paxton sites to see how the system can be adapted to meet a range of diverse requirements.