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Las Vegas Show To See Key-centric door access systems from Videx

Videx Inc. : 06 October, 2011  (New Product)
Videx is attending the Facility Decisions show with the Cyberlock range of products with key audit reporting and many other features
Las Vegas Show To See Key-centric door access systems from Videx
Videx will be showcasing the new CyberLock Flex System Door and I/O module at the Facility Decisions show in Las Vegas, October 11-12. The Flex Door and I/O module brings all the access capabilities of the key-centric CyberLock solution to doors: brisk communications, location graphics, access scheduling by the door and person, audit reporting of lock and key activity, email alerts, and more.

Behind the scenes is the Flex System Hub. The Hub’s robust structure has built-in communications for interoperating with the CyberLock access management software, Flex System access modules, other Wiegand access devices, and hardwired systems that use the Door and I/O module. Hardwired system hardware and CyberLock hardware can be mixed and matched to create a wholly integrated access control system. A facility can have Door and I/O modules on their exterior doors, CyberLock eCylinders on interior doors and cabinets, and smart padlocks on gated areas—all operating under one powerful, web-based access management software.

The CyberLock Flex System Door and I/O module can also activate a variety of relay-based devices, from electric door strikes to security cameras and safety lights to remote alarms that prompt a security response. In addition, the Door and I/O module can receive input from door sensors, Request to Exit (RTE), and Wiegand compatible access devices.
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