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Allegion integrates Keep by Feenics to its Schlage AD series wireless locks

Published on 13 September, 2016
Keep by Feenics is a true cloud-based access control and ID management platform based on industry standard hardware
The Allegion & Feenics partnership allows customers to connect a PIM400 to an FN-C1501 or FN-C3200 via RS485

The Schlage AD series wireless locks seamlessly integrate with Keep by Feenics software to provide a cost effective and scalable access control solution. Keep by Feenics seamlessly integrates into the Schlage AD400 series of wireless locks by Allegion. This integration allows customers to leverage both the security and convenience of the Schlage wireless locks while harnessing the power of an open, cloud-based security platform.

Keep by Feenics is a true cloud-based access control and ID management platform based on industry standard hardware. Keep is the only product to offer customers a choice of a manufacturer hosted, VAR hosted, or traditional on premise (private cloud) deployment methodologies.

Lightweight deployments

The partnership between Allegion and Feenics allows customers to connect a PIM400 to an FN-C1501 or FN-C3200 via RS485, which communicate directly to the server in the cloud. This allows for lightweight deployments and low infrastructure costs, while having a powerful and innovative solution.

AD Series wireless locks provide many of the key benefits of a hardwired system including real-time monitoring, audit trails, centralised lockdown and instant access control management. In retrofit applications, the Schlage AD series wireless locks eliminate the need to run wires direct to each opening and can help extend the reach of your access control system.

Easy to install and economical

AD Series wireless locks combine the components typically found around the door, such as the door position switch and the request-to-exit switch, into one unit which simplifies installation and saves money. And since they are designed to be modular, Schlage AD Series locks can easily be upgraded in the future to meet your changing security and technology requirements.


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