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Detailed technical specifications of Vanderbilt 2010 - ISS, one of over 16 Integrated security systems from Vanderbilt

Vanderbilt (formerly known as Siemens Security Products) 2010 - ISS - Integrated Security System

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Vanderbilt 2010 - ISS Integrated system
Model Code2010 - ISS
Access Control drivenYes
CCTV drivenYes
Intruder Alarm drivenYes
Fire AlarmYes
Time & AttendanceYes
Photo BadgingYes
HR ManagementYes
Central / Remote MonitoringYes
Alarm DetectionYes
TCP/IP (Network) EnabledYes
Duress AlarmYes
Open Architecture / Open SystemYes
Multi Tenants / PartitioningYes
Import/Export of informationYes
Model Info

2010 ISS is a security system with unique features that integrate intruder alarm, access control, video management and fire ‘warning’.  2010 ISS can be adapted to all types of installation, from a single door with an electric strike or motorised lock, to high-security facilities with thousands of doors and users.  Vanderbilt (formerly known as Siemens Security Products) extensive range of readers offers a wide choice of options.  You can choose to open doors and control alarms via a keypad, magnetic card, proximity reader (range 10 cm) or hands free reader (range 1 m).  The system also offers a function for programming access cards, providing simple and economical card management.

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