Muskego, Wisconsin (PRWEB) August 1, 2008
NABCO Entrances has added access control hardware to its line of automatic doors and accessories. The offering includes access controllers, card readers, proximity readers, key fobs and biometric readers. According to Larry Grassmann, V. P. of Sales and Marketing for NABCO Entrances, "Recently the market for secure access devices has grown exponentially. We are making this type of technology available to meet the changing demands of our current customers and to expand into new markets."
NABCO access control devices exhibit a high level of functionality and ease of use. Features include: easy-to-use, Windows-based software that controls access for up to 60 doors; up to 60 programmable holidays; emailed alarm events and real-time on-line event processing. Software utilizes industry standard interface that supports all reader technologies on the market. Control system utilizes single door controllers and is capable of controlling access to 60 doors and up to 4800 cardholders. Each controller is equipped with three relay outputs. One controls an electronic lock and two additional outputs can be configured to your needs. Inputs are provided for an Egress Button, a Handicapped Button and a Door Contact. The door contact feature can be configured to your meet your needs.
The software performs voiding and validating of cards/fobs. The Access Profile feature defines the readers and time intervals that the user is allowed access. The software also has the ability to deny access during any of 60 programmable holidays. An Unlock Privilege may be granted to cardholders on an individual reader basis. A Timed Anti-Passback feature deters cardholders from "passing back" their cards, particularly in parking lot applications.
The controllers can also communicate via LAN/WAN using the CanLan TCP/IP Controller. This simplifies remote management and can greatly reduce installation costs due to hard wiring.
The new proximity reader offers the flexibility of mullion and wall mounting in a single unit. The reader can be mounted on a standard mullion but also ships an attractive adaptor plate that allows mounting on a single-gang electrical box.
The new biometric readers allow up to 4,000 users without the need for cards or fobs. Access is allowed via finger print reader or by entering pin using the built-in keypad.
Having security solutions, including installation and maintenance, available from one source, NABCO Entrances, means there is only one number to call for any service related to your entrance system.
Gyro Tech(r) is the brand name of automatic entrance systems offered by NABCO Entrances Inc. located in Muskego, Wisconsin. NABCO Entrances is the only automatic door company in North America that manufactures complete entrance systems including advanced sensors, security hardware, automatic sliding, swing and folding doors many of which are available in Hurricane-Rated versions and designed to comply with the High Velocity Hurricane Zone of the Florida Building Code.
For more information on NABCO Entrances Security Access Systems, call 1-877-622-2694, or visit http://www.nabcoentrances.com/prtac.cfm .