BPT Security Systems

16 March, 2007

is introducing a new access-control system for buildings, which has a variety of features designed to control where workers can go and monitor where they are.

The IXP 200 system supports up to 2,000 entry tags, operating on up to 16 doors and up to four lifts. It has been designed for small to medium-sized premises that require more than just a standard access control system.

Features include 16 anti-passback zones, with three modes (off, relaxed and strict) and an intrusion alarm, which can be set to go off if lights or heating are turned on at certain times of the day or night. For extra security, the door tags are available for four levels - administrator, supervisor, normal and visitor - plus the system can be set up to allow for a dual-tag option, whereby two tags have to be used in a certain amount of time to open a door.

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