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IP-Enabled Campus Access Control Locks Enhance Security: ASSA Abloy Entrance Systems

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IP-enabled Power over Ethernet (PoE) and WiFi campus access control locks from group brands Corbin Russwin and Sargent combine HID® multiClass SE® technology with a magnetic stripe reader, offering simultaneous support for multiple credentials. Ideal for universities, these locks allow an easy transition to any contactless credentials and HID Mobile Access®.

HID Mobile Access® powered by Seos® provides an easy, intuitive solution for securely issuing, delivering and revoking digital credentials on iOS and Android mobile phones and tablets with Bluetooth® Smart or NFC technology.

IP-enabled campus access control locks like the Corbin Russwin Access 700 and Sargent Passport 1000 allow campuses to use existing IT infrastructure to simplify installation and expand their access control systems easily and affordably. Using the facility’s ethernet network, PoE locks provide full online access control with standard network cabling and minimize energy consumption. Ideal for adding access control to areas of a building that would be too difficult or costly to wire, WiFi locks use 802.11b/g/n infrastructure to significantly reduce hardware and labor costs.

“Our IP-Enabled Locks with HID technology provide integrators with tremendous value that they can pass along to end users because of their flexibility accommodating multiple credential platforms. Integrators can deploy this technology confidently knowing it is highly scalable and provides a clear upgrade path without an additional investment in hardware,” stated Mark Duato, Vice President, Integration Solutions, Assa Abloy Door Security Solutions.


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posted: 7/13/2015