Honeywell Access Control - NetAXS123, Win-Pak, MaxPro
Honeywell’s NETAXS 123 web-based access control system provides solutions for installations of any size. NetAXS® enables users to securely manage their system anywhere there’s an Internet connection—with no dedicated PC costs. The user-friendly design makes it simple to install and easy to operate and maintain. NetAXS gives you all the benefits of traditional access control such as helping you secure your doors, manage employee access, and manage sites remotely. It also lets you pull reports easily to meet compliance requirements. With a browser-based interface, your learning curve and training time are significantly decreased. And you don’t have to have a dedicated PC—simply log on and you’re ready to go, securely— from the office or anywhere. NetAXS has been developed with an installer-friendly design that easily adapts to existing IT infrastructure and methods. This means reduced installation and support cost. Its superior scalability means you can purchase the exact amount of access control you need now—and add doors later as business needs change. Plus, NetAXS integrates with Honeywell’s fully-featured WIN-PAK and MAXPRO Cloud softwares to enable more robust and sophisticated NetAXS integrations. So as your system grows, NetAXS grows with you.
Atrium Access Control Solution
The ATRIUM access control system redefines ease of use and performance. ATRIUM allows you to manage up to 500 doors, proximity card readers, keypads or Schlage® wireless door handles. Setup of these devices is a breeze with ATRIUM ’s FREE software. The embedded web server provides instant results using any web browser, smartphone or tablet
VizPin Bluetooth Smart Phone Access Contol
VIZpin System Controllers work with the VIZpin Cloud Management Tools and Smartphone Apps so you can manage and control access to doors, gates, and latches. The built-in, long-range Bluetooth reader can be mounted in a secure area, away from weather and vandals, or out-of-sight for those times when you are working with architecturally and historically sensitive type installations. There’s even a solar-powered reader.