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Centralised digital locking system

SimonsVoss Technologies : 12 May, 2008  (New Product)
Flexible locking system from SimonsVoss enables central system expansion and remote user management
With the digital Locking System 3060 from SimonsVoss, you can implement locking systems of varying sizes and complexity. You can make modifications, expand the system, block transponders - in short, handle all individual access authorizations - easily by pressing a button. At the same time, you can allocate up to three mutually independent locking systems to any given transponder. Thus, for example, you need only a single key to open the doors to the office, the private home or to the club facilities.

You can assign and activate each lock and transponder conveniently, quickly and reliably by using either a programming transponder or a combination of PC and PDA with the SmartCD programming device. Furthermore, you can connect the components with one another over the cablefree network - even some time down the road. This allows you to administer the entire System 3060 conveniently from a PC.

The Programming Transponder 3067 allows the quick and economical programming of the digital Locking Cylinder 3061 and the Transponder 3064. Without a PC or special system software, you issue or change access authorizations in small systems with the simple press of a button, for example, if a key is lost or if there are changes in the locking plan.

You can set up extensive locking plans by checking off entries in an easy to view lock-user matrix on a PC or laptop. You can make modifications, expand the system, block transponders - in short, handle all individual access authorizations - by mouse click in a graphic user interface under Windows. You can also transfer the prepared locking plans from the PC to a PDA. Then the handy PDA, with the wireless

SimonsVoss SmartCD, takes over the programming of the locking components and transponders for you.

In large locking systems, actions such as monitoring individual doors, reprogramming or reading out the access logging is usually time-consuming and therefore cost-intensive. The convenient Network 3065 offers online programming of the entire locking system or selected doors from one or more PCs. The network node, installed in a flush socket device, takes over the cablefree radio communication to the locking components and to the PC . This does away with the need for expensive, time-consuming installations on the door and doorframe.

Control done over the network nodes offers real-time monitoring and, optionally, makes it possible to drive integrated external systems and to switch on lights or heating systems automatically when doors are used. Using the radio-based network, you can even monitor buildings from a distance, for example, by modem or Internet.

The Event Manager allows you to define the most varied events in the locking system, along with any number of reactions. For example, if a door has been opened but no regular entry has been determined, an alarm can be triggered. Other potential reactions would be to send an E-mail to an alarm control center or an SMS alarm message to the cell phone of the locking system administrator.

Low life-cycle costs, minimum administration and maintenance efforts and a useful life that is pleasantly long offset the investment in a digital locking system. Incidentally, you can also save on the investments in additional access control systems, because this function has already been integrated into the digital Locking and Organization System 3060 from SimonsVoss. Especially friendly to the budget: The modular construction allows the system to be expanded step by step. If you then also include the enormous timesavings for the planning, administration and documentation of a digital locking system, it all adds up to a good investment after only a few years.
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