Siemens Entro - 'Access Control Made Easy'

Product Profile

The heart of the Siemens Entro system is the segment controller, which in this new release has been redesigned to operate as a stand alone system without the need of a PC connection, plus the following features:
  • 2 port LAN on every controller
  • Fully mirrored database
  • Secure & encrypted
  • Internet reservation

Entro 5 is the next generation of Siemens' popular Entro access control system.  Since the first version was launched in 1997, over 5,000 Siemens Entro systems have been installed, securing more than 50,000 doors worldwide - making it one of the most popular access control systems on the market today.

  • Industry leading functionality
  • Simple set up & maintenance
  • Open network – allows integration to 3rd party systems
  • Online & internet reservation function – extremely useful for booking facilities e.g. leisure
  • Global anti pass back, roll call, lift & machine functions and lots more. . .
The flexibility of Siemens Entro has lead it to become the access control solution of choice for a wide range of developments, from commercial offices, retail outlets and public buildings to manufacturing and recreational facilities.
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Technical Specification

Make Vanderbilt
Manufacturer Vanderbilt Industries
Model code ENTRO-SYS
Series SiPass Series
Standalone/ Networked/ PC Networked
Reader Type Proximity
Max Doors per System 512
Max No. of Controllers 16
Max Doors per Controller 32
c/w Cards, Tags or Fobs Cards
Long Range Yes
Proximity Reader Range mm 50 ~ 300
No of Cardholders 40,000
Network Type 100 Mb TCP/IP
Keypad Included Yes
System Requirements Operating System: WIN98/2000, NT4 and XP
Additional info Siemens Entro is a unique system for reserving access to premises requiring high level of security as well as simple and user-friendly functions, using a reservation terminal or via the Internet.  This is an ideal solution for company meeting rooms, premises for clubs and societies, conference facilities, sporting and recreation centres.  Only those who have made reservation have access to the premises during the time in question - they are able to open the door simply with their access cards, whilst the door remains locked to other individuals.  This minimises administration and operators have full control of security and monitoring.
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