Synergis access control system

Product Profile

Synergis™ is the IP access control system of the Security Center, Genetec's unified security platform. Organisations choose Synergis to manage cardholders and visitors and to restrict access to high-security areas. Synergis is designed with end-to-end IP connectivity for cost-cutting benefits such as requiring less wiring and allowing for a more efficient installation. 

Synergis' new built-in visitor management streamlines the enrolment process by allowing operators to quickly and easily check-in visitors by entering their information, assigning a new or existing credential, and printing a badge. 

Synergis also offers an integrated badge designer for the creation of multiple badge templates (including custom templates) and single-sided or dual-sided badge printing. 

Synergis' Active Directory Integration feature also helps to centralise the management and synchronisation of Windows user accounts with Synergis' user and cardholder accounts and automate cardholder account creation and deactivation. 

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Technical Specification

Make Genetec
Manufacturer Genetec, Inc.
Model code Synergis 2.1
Max No. of Doors per System 1 million doors/system
No of Cardholders included 10 million cardholders
Photo ID Yes
Visitor Management Yes
Time & Attendance Yes
Elevator Control Yes
Integration Video integration
Web-enabled software Yes
Additional info

IP-enabled Input/Output modules. Power consumption: PoE, alarm management. Email notification, custom reports. Unlimited credentials per cardholder. Multi-facility support. Hardware includes: readers, controllers, modules, badge printers, biometric readers. Enhanced badge designer supports additional barcode formats for broader application needs.

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