Continental Access News

Continental Access announces release of Continental Enterprise End user Brochure

Continental Access, a division of NAPCO and respected security innovator and pioneer in integrated access and security solutions for government, institutions and business, is excited to announce the release of the new Continental Enterprise End user Brochure for integrators to use marketing the company’s advanced integrated systems. All-inclusive sales tool The new brochure is an ideal all-inclusive sales tool, featuring Continental’s CA4K Enterprise Integrated Security & Acces...

NAPCO Continental Access announces release of next generation Access Control Appliance

Continental Access, a division of NAPCO Security Technologies, Inc., is pleased to announce the debut of the next generation Access Control Appliance (model #CA-ASA), based on the popular demand and success of the previous Application Integration Appliance (#CA-AIA). With this super-quick, convenient installation, there's no software to license or install on any client or server; all that’s required is a typical web browser.  Now featuring a reliable 256GB Solid State Drive – 2...

NAPCO Security launches redesigned SAVI School website under its K-12 and Campus Security initiative

NAPCO Security Technologies and its divisions, Alarm Lock, Marks USA, and Continental Access, announces the launch of the newly redesigned SAVI School website, as part of the Company’s ongoing K-12 and Campus Security initiative. The revitalised website has a brand-new look, easier navigation, and features new products such as NAPCO’s StarLink Fire Cellular/IP Alarm Communicators and advanced intrusion and commercial fire alarms, Alarm Locks standalone Trilogy or Trilogy Networx acce...

Continental Access revitalises website with new functionality and multiplatform capability for easier navigation

Continental Access, a division of NAPCO and respected security innovator and pioneer in integrated access and security solutions for government, institutions, and business, announces the launch of their newly revitalised website. The redesigned website features a fresh new look with new functionality and multiplatform capability, and was designed to be easier to navigate, finding relevant information faster. Visitors can register for a training class or webinar, schedule a free demo, and read ab...

Continental Access launches CICP2100 uniVerse single door controller

The CICP2100 uniVerse controller supports two readers on a single door New from Continental Access, a division of Napco Security Technologies Inc., the CICP2100 uniVerse single door controller provides support for two readers on one door, using Power over Ethernet (POE). Used in a CA3000 or CA4K access control security management software environment, the tamper-supervised CICP2100 Power over Ethernet controller supports two readers and/or one low current strike via POE. CICP...

Napco subsidiary, Continental Access, appoints Ron Kandcer as Director of Sales

Kandcer will coordinate the efforts of its US regional sales managers and training programme nationwide The Continental Access Division of Napco Security Technologies, Inc., has announced the recent appointment of Ron Kandcer, as Director of Sales, reporting to Scott Schramme, Continental’s VP, Sales. Kandcer comes to Continental Access with a successful career spanning over 2 decades in the access control and security industry, including sales management roles at Allegi...

Alarm Lock, ContinentalAccess and Marks USA now offer ArchiTech Designer Wireless Networx locks

Now available from NAPCO Security Group of Companies - Alarm Lock, Continental Access and Marks USA - are the new ArchiTech™ Designer Wireless Networx locks with BlueTooth LE™ Technology and iLock App. ArchiTech Designer Wireless Networx Locks now offer mobile access and key-/card-free smart device unlocking convenience. Based on proven Networx lock reliability and class-leading battery life plus a custom choice of over 300 Grade 1 architectural lock styles and finishes, the Series f...

Continental's Access Control Integration Appliance CA-AIA now available

New and now available, Continentals’ new Access Control Integration Appliance (CA-AIA) is a compact solid-state network appliance that virtually fits in your hand and runs on an embedded OS, and comes ready-to-go, pre-installed with the latest version of robust CA3000 CardAccess enterprise class software (full Native Client and Web Client) providing integrated access, locking, alarms and video, and the fastest, fuss-proof installation ever. There's no software to install on any client or...

Need help choosing an access control system?

Overwhelmed by too many choices for an access control system? Where do you start? Always seeking to help, SourceSecurity.com asked access control suppliers to describe what differentiating characteristics set their systems apart from others in the market. AMAG: Easy migration, simple pricing model AMAG’s Symmetry platform includes access control, photo ID badging, visitor management and digital video server software, all standard in an integrated solution. The pricing model...

Innovation at the reader disrupting the access control market

More attention needs to be placed on the development of readers that can accommodate Wireless and Wi-Fi technology Many of the changes in the access control market are happening at the “edge” – at the reader level. Access control advances that continue to become more widespread include wireless and PoE-enabled access control hardware such as wireless locks and PoE door controllers, which both reduce installation costs. Other trends are related to mobility; on...

The benefits of training in the access control market

Training and education are essential elements of success in the access control market for integrators and end users alike. Whether one is a seasoned veteran or still new to the industry, continued training and education are critical given that access control technologies continue to evolve at a rapid pace. System integrators who do not take advantage of manufacturers’ training seminars are short-changing themselves and their customers, contends Robert Laughlin, president of...

Costs, usability, and support among access control challenges

Access control can sometimes get overshadowed by video surveillance Technology is shifting rapidly in the access control market, but another obstacle is the need to communicate the value of the technology to users. Specifically, access control can sometimes get overshadowed by video surveillanceas it competes for a share of the customer’s security dollars. From a pure security standpoint, electronic access control is better suited than video surveillance to keeping...