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Web-Based Access Controls Targets Versatility

The next iteration of Honeywell’s NetAXS-123 web-based access control solution offers increased efficiency with a faster, user-friendly design that makes it simple to install and easy to operate and maintain. Optimized for Google Chrome, NetAXS-123 version 6.0 offers unparalleled flexibility with its 3-N-1 capability meaning the panel can be managed through the new embedded interface, in the cloud via MAXPRO Cloud or via on-premise software with WIN-PAK’s integrated security suite. Additionally, it is easy to add doors to the NetAXS-123 by adding a one or two door add-on board to the base controller, and through its multi-panel loop capability by connecting additional NetAXS panels via RS-485 or Ethernet Virtual Loops (EVL).

NetAXS-123 allows users to securely manage systems anywhere there is an Internet connection with no dedicated PC or software costs. Version 6.0 offers single-interface management including consolidated alarm and event management for multi-panel loops, as well as system-wide back-up and restore.

NetAXS-123 can help reduce total cost of ownership and regulatory compliance risk. It can scale from basic access control for a single site to multi-site, enterprise-level security with fully integrated access, video and intrusion. Additional doors, video, intrusion, and mobile app support can be easily expanded as business needs grow, without replacing existing panels. NetAXS-123 6.0 is fully-compatible and can be managed using Honeywell’s MAXPRO Cloud's secure cloud infrastructure, or WIN-PAK's integrated security suite. The new release of the product is now available across the Americas.

Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 4/19/2018

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