ASSA ABLOY, the global provider in door opening solutions, announces that its popular IP-enabled IN120 and IN220 Series locks are now available with an optional push-button keypad. With it, users can configure locks to support PIN only access or can harness additional security by taking advantage of dual authentication using a contactless credential or mobile device combined with a PIN.
With the keypad option, IP-enabled IN Series locks offer commercial, educational, healthcare and government facilities the flexibility to custom configure openings according to different needs, with PIN-only access for lower security doors or two-factor authentication to minimise the risk of unauthorised access to high-security spaces and business systems.
Access with PIN
As an added benefit, the keypad enables building owners and facility managers to provide a one-time PIN code to grant access to an occupant in the event a key card or mobile device is misplaced.
“IN120 and IN220 locks enable building owners to leverage their existing IT infrastructure to add intelligent access control without the cost and complexity of hard-wired systems,” said Joseph Sceviour, product manager for ASSA ABLOY’s wireless solutions. “We are excited about the additional security and flexibility these new keypad options deliver.”
The IN Series features multiCLASS SE® and HID Mobile Access technology that stores secure identities on Android or iOS smartphones, enabling them to communicate with readers to open doors and gates.
Integration into access control systems
IN120/IN220 locks work with ASSA ABLOY IP-enabled Access Control Partner software, allowing straightforward integration into new or existing access control systems. These integrations allow for easy changes to access rights, detailed transaction history and other advanced functionality.
IN120 and IN220 are ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 locks available in cylindrical, mortise, multi-point and exit device configurations. They are offered in a wide range of finishes and decorative levers that complement any design style, to serve designers and architects in a variety of vertical markets.