Simple card administration
Internal or external doors
Compatible with a range of readers
Why do I need it?
Standalone access control is usually one or two small units wired directly onto a door panel to control access to the door. There is no need for a PC network and you don’t have to secure every single door within your building, only those you wish to. User tokens can be added to the system in seconds by presenting an enrollment card to the door. The administration is straightforward and can be done in a matter of minutes.
Staff and visitors are issued with electronic tokens instead of keys. If someone loses their token, it can be simply barred from the system by presenting a shadow card to a reader. This ensures that if the token was found, it could not be used to gain entry and compromise the security of your building.
Suitable for sites requiring a standalone access control system for external doors. Comprising a separate control unit and reader, Switch2 systems are scalable, easy-to-manage and ideal for small to medium sites.
Designed for internal (low security) doors, a compact system comprises an integrated reader and control unit, which are quick and easy to install. Simply connect to a power supply and a lock.
The PaxLock Pro is our wireless, battery powered door handle with built-in electronic security for enabling and restricting access. There are two designs available for use with Mortise and Latch locksets creating a versatile solution for sites not requiring the additional functionality of a networked system. A flexible upgrade path to a networked Net2 or Paxton10 system is available should the site’s requirements change in the future.
Entry allows you to recognize a visitor calling at the main entrance before granting them access to your building. Comprising just three components, Entry is a flexible solution which can be installed Standalone for simple installation and easy user management. A flexible upgrade path to a networked Net2 system is available should the site’s requirements change in the future.