Cusworth Master Locksmiths install and service Access Control and Video / Speech Entry Systems for a large variety of commercial clients, from a keypad on a single entrance door to a Wilmslow small business, to a multi-site, p.c based, proximity system for a Stockport SME. We can tailor a suitable system to meet your requirements.
Videx Video/Speech Entry Systems
The VK4K supports up to two outdoor door entry panels including a DDA (Disabled Discrimination Act) station which will assist organisations in complying with the Disability Discrimination Act. Up to three additional devices such as an extra video handset, audio handset or an extension sounder can also be fitted in parallel to each videophone.
For ease of use, door panels have both audio and visual status signals: busy, call in progress, door opening and engaged. A time adjustable privacy facility is also included at the videophone along with door selectable camera recall and dry contact buttons.
It is also possible to communicate between two internal videophones and a different call tone is incorporated to allow differentiation between internal and external calls. For added versatility the videophone can also be programmed for specific door opening times or telephone calls.
Electronic Access control
All businesses, whether small or large, need to be protected from theft. There is also the issue of protecting staff and their property. It is common in buildings that are secured by locks and keys for doors to be left unlocked all day. This opens up the possibility of opportunist theft and malicious damage.
Cusworth Master Locksmiths are trained by PAC and Paxton access.
Electronic access control provides the most efficient and convenient way of securing your building and assets. Installing an access control system means that you will never have to change a lock again. Tokens, cards or PIN numbers are issued to allow access through the controlled doors, and are easily barred from the system if they are lost, stolen or just not returned by someone who leaves your company. Barred tokens will not allow access through the controlled doors and can then report that an excluded user has tried unsuccessfully to gain access.
Paxton Access recently launched PaxLock incorporating Net2 access control in a door handle using wireless communication
Using Net2 technology, Net2 PaxLock offers the powerful wireless Net2 system within a door handle. It combines a wireless access control unit and a reader in one. Net2 PaxLock comes ready to fit a Euro lock cylinder, meaning it is suitable for a variety of environments and refurbishment projects. Other door handles can be fitted to Net2 PaxLock, for a flexible approach to the overall look of the unit. There are four versions of Net2 PaxLock available; Paxton and Mifare compatible versions, both of which come with or without the option of key override.
Net2 PaxLock communicates with Net2 software at a central point by a secure, low power radio link, and events are reported back to the server in real-time. Net2 PaxLock is battery powered, which means that the unit is totally wireless as it does not require mains power. A battery life of up to three years keeps maintenance to a minimum. Installation is very cost effective with minimal disruption as no cable is required between the doors.
Simply connect a Net2Air USB bridge to the central Net2 server PC and the Net2 software will discover and communicate with Net2 PaxLock units within range. A secure pairing procedure ensures that communications are private and restricted to the site. If there is an existing TCP/IP Ethernet network, a Net2Air Ethernet bridge may be used to extend the communication distance from the central server PC.
One Net2 PaxLock unit controls a single door. It may be installed alongside other Net2 nano, Net2 plus or Net2 classic control units.
As with all Net2 control units, Net2 PaxLock is designed to work seamlessly in the event of a communications failure. It will continue to permit or deny access to existing users as appropriate. Once communications are re-established the activity is reported back to the PC.
To discuss your requirements, please contact us