Security Products from Siemens has just launched its new and innovative SiPass integrated 2.6 access control system which, thanks to features that include easy customisation, seamless integration with intrusion detection systems and enhanced card encoding, is setting new standards for versatility, security and convenience.
The latest development in the proven and widely used SiPass integrated range of high-end access control systems, SiPass integrated 2.6 introduces Advanced Security Programming (ASP). This provides a simple drag-and-drop graphical interface for adding advanced features such as counters and timers and for implementing custom logical functions to meet specific user needs. ASP means that SiPass integrated 2.6 is almost infinitely customisable, yet its intuitive programming system means that even the most complex of requirements can be satisfied quickly and cost effectively.
Even more versatility and convenience are provided by the ease with which SiPass integrated 2.6 systems can work with SPC intrusion detection systems. The systems can exchange commands and data, and users benefit from being able to monitor and control their access and intrusion detection systems from the same management station. Further, comprehensive event logging is provided in a single file, greatly simplifying the evaluation and analysis of events. To help ensure that SiPass integrated 2.6 systems deliver the highest levels of security, support is also provided for the highly secure industry-standard DESfire encoding of access control cards. Versatility is again ensured by provisions for adding and managing fields encoded to the cards, and for defining multiple DESfire card templates.
For installations where biometric access control is preferred, support is provided for an extensive range of fingerprint readers, with the ability to enroll fingerprints directly from the SiPass integrated management terminal. Another key enhancement introduced with SiPass integrated 2.6 is compatibility with the new AC5102 controller that features increased memory capacity, an integrated two-port Ethernet switch, and future support for USB input and output devices. This means that users can benefit now from improved performance and memory capacity, and also be assured that their installation is future proof to the highest degree.
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