New Abloy SMARTair standalone escutcheon offers keypad activation

Published: 15-Jun-2017

Intelligent access control system enables users to programme individual keycodes or cards on the unit itself

Abloy UK has launched an updated version of its SMARTair standalone intelligent access control system with the addition of keypad functionality, allowing users to quickly and easily programme an individual keycode or card on the unit itself.

Featuring a simple user interface, the SMARTair keypad controls mean that the unit can be programmed with an additional code or card in less than one minute.

Like its predecessor, the new SMARTair escutcheon can be incorporated into existing systems, with the adaptable design making it suitable for a range of installations.

The new keypad gives an additional method of entry for users so is ideal for use in a range of organisations including hospitals or small offices.

The standard package will be made up of three main components – an Abloy EL160 Lock case, an Abloy SMARTair Escutcheon with Keypad Unit, and an ABLOY NOVEL patented cylinder.

Every time the door locks, the EL160 will re-deadlock, keeping the door secure, while the SMARTair handle will allow egress from the inside with the outside handle remaining disabled until a valid code or entry credential is presented. The patented cylinder maintains a secure mechanical form of entry at all times.

The units will also work with standard MiFare technology, meaning they can be easily integrated into a PROTEC2 CLIQ system.

Stuart Courcoux, product manager at Abloy UK, said: “Our SMARTair access control system is already a popular choice for many organisations, but the addition of the keypad activation takes its versatility to the next level.

“This system is ideal for a number of sectors, including healthcare and education facilities.”

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