Stand-alone Access Control Systems
These systems allow you to access control a door or area using simple-to-programme non-computerised controllers.
These controllers are normally programmed individually via their front panel or using control cards and enable you to define who is allowed to enter each door.
Some systems use numbered keypads to enable you to just type in the card numbers that are allowed through the door. Other systems use 'shadow' cards or fobs that enable you to 'delete' your users card or fob if they lose the original.
Other types of access equipment can be connected to these systems.
Simple Stand-alone Access Control - KeyPAC Solo system
Single door system that uses master cards to programme in the user cards.
Intelligent Stand-alone Access Control - PRX-40
A single door controller with four operating modes: Card only, card & PIN, card followed by second card, card & global code.