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Access Control Panel - Honeywell Access Systems - Facility Management Product Release
Honeywell’s NetAXS is a four-door programmable panel offering Web-based or PC-based software functionality. It gives users the ability to access and manage their information securely using any Web browser from virtually any location.
The panel is designed for simple installation and programming for small and medium-sized organizations including commercial offices, retail establishments, light industrial facilities, warehouses and convenience stores.
It is available in two enclosure sizes: Large and small. The large enclosure includes an access control panel, power supply, distributed relay module and battery backup. The small enclosure includes the control panel, suppressor, transformer and battery.
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