Web-Based Access Control System - Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies - Facility Management Product Release
BrightBlue Web-based access control system lets users access, monitor and manage their system from any computer running a standard Web browser. Designed for applications with 1 to 32 doors and up to 5,000 cardholders, the system application is embedded on the control panel, which is network-ready and connects to the user's present network. Once installed, users can use any networked online computer to access and manage their system. Three log-on levels — user, operator and administrator — provide different sets of access rights to the system. The controller is built on a Linux operating system and all user ID's and passwords are protected with encryption. When implemented with the manufacturer's wireless and VIP wired locks, the system does not require a reader interface and other door hardware, according to the company.
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