Paxton Access has launched a new keycard for use with its hands free access control solution. The new keycard offers a maximum range of up to 50m.
The new triple-function Net2Air keycard operates as a normal hands free token on doors equipped with a hands free interface and, by operating the keycard buttons, as a long-range access card. The keycard's two buttons can be programmed to operate two different access points, such as ‘in' and ‘out' car park barriers. Pressing a button momentarily boosts the range of the keycard from a maximum range of 2.5m (like a hands free keyfob) to a maximum range of up to 50m.
Hands free and long-range capability can be easily added to an existing installation. It simply requires the fitting of the hands free interface between the control unit and the reader. The hands free interface coverts any PROXIMITY P series reader to ‘hands free' including Paxton Access' small 38mm PROXIMITY P38 reader.
The advantages of using Paxton Access hands free interface
Retrofit to existing system - Fit the hands free interface to new systems, or upgrade an existing system
Only those who need hands free access require hands free tokens - keeps costs down
Hands free access from small readers - Hands free access from our P series readers. No expensive ground or door loops needed
Don't just think disabled access - Hands free will make life easier in stores, loading bays, and hospitals
Suitable for our Net2 and Switch2 systems - Both standalone and PC based systems can be converted to hands free