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The new IN220 is ideal for facilities looking for the most efficient access control solution
The IN220 leverages existing network infrastructure for enhanced security and easier installations

ASSA ABLOY recently announced the introduction of its IN220 Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) lock, combining superior aesthetics with the energy efficiency and streamlined architecture of PoE access control solutions. Available from ASSA ABLOY Group brands Corbin Russwin and SARGENT, the IN220 is a cost-effective, sustainable solution that leverages existing network infrastructure for enhanced security and easier installations.

IEEE 802.3af PoE-enabled network infrastructure

The IN220 uses standard IEEE 802.3af PoE-enabled network infrastructure for both power and data, streamlining the installation process, eliminating proprietary equipment, and enabling real-time communication. The lock also reduces standby power consumption up to 76% compared to traditional access control solutions and reduces materials by combining several separate components into a single lock.

“Not only do PoE locks reduce hardware and labour costs by integrating a number of access control system components directly into the lock, but they also allow facilities to expand their access control network easily and affordably,” said Peter Boriskin, Vice President of Product Management, ASSA ABLOY Access and Egress Hardware Group. “Our new IN220 is ideal for facilities looking for the most efficient access control solution.”

Featuring HID® multiCLASS SE® technology, the IN220 supports a wide range of credential types and HID Mobile Access® powered by Seos® for use with mobile devices with Bluetooth® Smart and/or NFC technology. A new privacy button enables local lockdown and shelter in place as well as privacy functionality for applications such as restrooms. Built with integrated ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 hardware, all IN220 locks suite with the IN Series of locks and are available in cylindrical lock and mortise lock configurations as well as a wide range of finishes and decorative levers.

ASSA ABLOY to introduce IN220 Power-over-Ethernet lock at ASIS 2015

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