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Norbain Supplying Smartair Electronic Locks From Abloy UK

Norbain : 24 September, 2010  (New Product)
Smartair retro-fittable card readers and electronic locks from Abloy UK are now available from the Norbain catalogue
Norbain Supplying Smartair Electronic Locks From Abloy UK
Now available through Norbain, Smartair from Abloy UK can be installed in existing door lock cases, to providing a flexible alternative to traditional access control systems.

A stand-alone, battery-operated escutcheon that can be installed within a wide variety of locks, Smartair can be used to either create an access-controlled door, or upgrade an existing door into an access control network. With a built-in card reader and a typical battery life of 3 years, Smartair negates the need for a reader, electric lock, accessories and separate power supply to be hard wired to the door - creating a simple and quick to install access control solution.

Smartair is available in four versions to provide the right specification for any application. Stand Alone, Update On Card, Online, and Wireless all deliver a full upgrade path from one specification level to the next, along with no redundancy of materials. Designed to MIFARE standards, each Smartair system can be installed onto a single door or a fully networked system - and anything in between.

Stand Alone - Each escutcheon is programmed using a series of programming cards - no other equipment is required. A programming card is used to add and delete user fobs for up to 500 users, and can also be programmed to leave any door in passage (unlocked) mode.

Update On Card - This system caters for multiple escutcheon-equipped doors or wall readers. A management kit connected to a PC acts as the central point for configuring users and doors. Cards are issued from an encoder unit connected to the PC with a comprehensive audit trail downloaded from any card passed back to the PC. The audit trail of locks can also be downloaded from escutcheons and wall readers using a portable programming unit. This system offers timed controls of locks, permitting individual users to access doors only during certain hours of the day.

Smartair Online - Online operates in a similar way to the Update-On-Card system but with the added functionality of Online Update Readers. These wall readers can either be positioned to operate individual doors, or located in areas where they can be used as hot spots, communicating to a local network of multiple doors at once. Networked to a PC, the audit trail of each card is automatically communicated to the PC each time a user passes through a door, and any changes made to the users access rights are seamlessly and automatically programmed onto the card.

Smartair Wireless - Smartair Wireless enables door escutcheons to communicate back to the PC through a series of wireless hubs. This means all changes to access permissions are instant, with a live audit trail communicated in real-time to a networked PC as each lock is used.

'Smartair provides installers with a highly flexible door access solution,' comments Gareth Ellams, Norbain's access control manager. 'Using existing lock cases and negating the need for electrical power and wiring for each door, Smartair can provide end-users with an extremely quick and economical route to establish networked access control across a variety of applications.'
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