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Ingersoll Rand integrates electronic locking system with CEM Systems access control solutions

Published on 6 July, 2011
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 Ingersoll Rand supplies PegaSys CEM systems to CEM Systems 

Ingersoll Rand has announced a new link-up to supply its PegaSys electronic locking system to CEM Systems to complement their existing integrated access control and security management solutions.

PegaSys provides a wireless intelligent, cost effective and quick way to upgrade traditional mechanical doors into a fully electronically-controlled access system. It provides a simple solution to common access control and key management problems - such as replacing cylinders when keys are lost, stopping unauthorised key duplication and auditing user access. The easy to manage system is designed for those site managers who want to improve security and control but are unable to commit to a significant investment or do not want the inconvenience of replacing existing doors. It provides many of the benefits of a networked hard-wired access control system in terms of function, flexibility, control and security but at a fraction of the cost.


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