Proximity Card Readers
A standalone solution where all of the control electronics are in the keypad or reader. Compact systems are an easy to administer and cost-effective means of controlling access to a building. However, as the control electronics are all housed in the reader or keypad this type of system is not recommended for exterior or high security interior doors. Compact systems are available in a choice of TOUCHLOCK keypads, PROXIMITY readers or CARDLOCK (magstripe) readers.
Access is gained by using a code or PIN with a keypad, or by presenting a valid token to readers. Simple token management using our token packs makes administration straightforward.
Compact systems can be fitted to one door or many doors in a building. Additional doors may be added as required.
- 10,000 users (PROXIMITY & CARDLOCK), up to 50 codes (TOUCHLOCK)
- Simple token management
- Scaleable; systems can be added to easily
- Available as PROXIMITY, magstripe (CARDLOCK) or keypads (TOUCHLOCK)
- Small business premises
- Sports clubs
- Any low-risk internal door
- Apartment complexes
- Storage units
PROXIMITY compact is a single door access control system. All of the electronics are within the housing of the reader. Compact systems can be installed to many doors over a site, all using the same cards. The P series readers are supplied with a choice of black or white fascias that can be fitted in the final stages of installation. Replacement fascias are available to Paxton Access registered installers free of charge.
The compact reader has two wires which connect to the lock and two wires which connect to the power supply. There are two wires for connection to an exit button if required. The cable exits centrally from the back of the reader making drilling and mounting very accurate. Be sure to avoid mounting on metal surfaces or near other proximity readers as this will affect the read range. Once installed present the enrolment card to the reader. All the tokens in the pack are now valid. This completes the installation.
User tokens are valid and ready for use once installation is complete. Every user token is supplied with a corresponding shadow token. As user tokens are issued, the name of the user is marked on the shadow card. If a user is to be barred, or a user card is lost, the shadow token marked with the user’s name is presented to all readers on site. This simple action invalidates the user card. Another user card may be issued for that user.
Additional features can be programmed using the PROXIMITY function card pack. These features include zoning which allows you to limit access by token colour.
PROXIMITY keyfob packs are for use with PROXIMITY compact, Easyprox compact and Switch2 systems. An intuitive ‘shadow card’ system is used for ease of management. The keyfobs are supplied with a wallet for storing the shadow cards.
PC Based Access Control
We install PAXTON Net2, an advanced PC based access control solution that will give you control over who has access to your building. With Net2 you can control access on hundreds of doors for up to 10,000 users. Our software allows you to manage this in a logical and intuitive way.
Net2 is one of the most economical access control systems on the market. There are no hidden costs such as per seat licences; the software may be loaded on all the PC’s in a building if required. The standard version of our software, which includes all the features most organisations will need, is free.
Perhaps even more importantly your investment is future proofed. Adding additional doors in your building as your needs change is straightforward and cost effective. In addition, all new innovations to the system are designed to be backward compatible. Software upgrades are free.
Net2 offers the key requirements of a PC based access control system.
• Central control
• Flexible access permissions
• PC based system
• Central control of privileges
• Manage 100s of doors, 10,000 users
• Event reporting
• Scaleable; add to systems easily
• Integrate other building systems
• Proximity, magstripe or keypads
• Small/medium premises
• Large corporate premises
• Multiple-site premises
• Government buildings
• Sports clubs
• Car parks
A Typical Net 2 System
The access control system is administered from the PC using the Net2 software. Users can be added, reports created and much more.
This device connects directly to the serial port of the Net2 PC. It connects the control units with the PC.
Control unit – 1 required for every door. Able to permit or deny access to users without communication to the PC.
Reader – 1 or 2 readers can be fitted to each door. A wide range of readers are compatible with Net2 including proximity, mag-stripe, keypads and biometric.
Exit button – Any ‘push to make’ button can be used.
Electric lock – The Net2 control unit has voltage free relay contacts. This means that Net2 is capable of operating any type of electric lock.