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|Standalone/ Networked/ PC||Networked|
|Max Doors per Controller||16|
|c/w Cards, Tags or Fobs||Cards|
|Physical Specifications||Dimensions mm: 400 x 400 x 150|
|Model Info||The webEntry is an entry level access control system allowing complete administration of system tasks via a web browser from anywhere in the world with a suitable network connection. The webEntry controller is available in various configurations and supports up to a maximum of 32 doors with two multidrop networks of RS-485, each of these supporting up to 16 InfoProx or InfoProx Lite card readers. The webEntry controller has the ability to send event notifications visa SMTP to pagers, cell phones and email accounts.|
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