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Access Control Hardware - Nabco Entrances Inc. - Facility Management Product Release
Access-control hardware from Nabco Entrances includes access controllers, card readers, proximity readers, key fobs and biometric readers. Features include 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.
The software uses an industry-standard interface that supports all reader technologies on the market. The control system uses 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 the two additional outputs can be configured to a user’s needs. Inputs are provided for an egress button, a handicapped button and a door contact.
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