Next Generation of Net2 Entry



The next generation of Net2 Entry panels will be available from the 1st September 2015. Offering enhanced door entry functionality, the Net2 Entry Panels ensure complete, versatile security.

The panels have a new design and are available as a standard, grey panel, or as a vandal resistant, stainless steel panel. The panels are available in a variety of different mounts (flush mount, surface mount & rain hood variants).

The Net2 Entry works as a standalone or can be used in conjunction with Net2 Access Control. The solution can be scaled and be expanded to up to a hundred panels and a thousand monitors.

A real benefit to those who utilise MIFARE cards is that the new Net2 Entry will work with existing MIFARE cards, meaning that cards already in use will not need to be replaced or updated.

The panels have a pan/tilt functionality to increase security by capturing an angled view. In addition, a Grouping function enables sites, buildings and floor levels to be partitioned which is useful for a range of multi-tenanted buildings and gates communities.

Net2 Entry Panels are easy to install with auto detect technology and only 3 components that simply plug together. There are also features including: easy plug & play expansion for large systems, inbuilt Net2 access control for a complete solution, intruder alarm and secondary camera integration for ultimate convenience and a full colour video camera -low light sensitivity for day/night use.


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