Designed for high-density door control scenarios where you may not need network alarm monitoring, the Building Access 32 controls up to 32 remote doors.
The Building Access 32 interfaces to your door access controller, proxy card readers, and T/Mon Alarm Master. While a variety of NetGuardian RTUs can also handle this function, the Building Access 32 is ideal for high-density scenarios where you have a lot of doors to control and monitor. The Building Access 32 does not require external Entry Control Units (ECUs) to be placed near each door. It communicates directly with your proximity readers. Also, because the Building Access 32 does not include the network alarm monitoring functions of a traditional RTU, it is more cost-effective at sites where you don't have telecom equipment to monitor, such as your main office or storage facilities.
When someone waves a proxy card in front of the reader or enters a key code, the entry code is sent to the Building Access 32. The Building Access 32 then authenticates the code to see if it is valid for that specific door at that time.
While entry decisions are made by the Building Access 32, the T/Mon is notified of entry activities and logs any intrusion alarms. The T/Mon is also responsible for provisioning the Building Access 32 with valid access codes.
Benefits of the Building Access 32:
|Product Name||NetGuardian 420||NetGuardian 240T||Building Access 32||NetGuardian 864A G5||NetGuardian 480 G4|
|Comparison||Roughly half the capacity.||Adds T1 transport.||-||Double capacity in same 1RU||Massive discrete capacity.|
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