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Access Reader At IFSEC

by msecadm4921

Paxton, the Brighton-based designer of electronic access control, make all their products locally.

The company has introduced a new reader that communicates via a mobile phone network. The Net2 Caller ID reader accepts a call from a phone in the same way it would a token being presented, granting door access accordingly. This means the makers say that customers can now open a door at even the most remote sites from any location, without actually having to be present to swipe a token. Visit E20.

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