PAC at IFSEC are launching a new networkable integrated access control solution, PAC Easinet, the first release from PAC?s next generation range.
UK access control systems manufacturer PAC has a new stand to showcase its modern new corporate ID and re-branded product range. New designer readers are also previewed alongside solutions to access management from one door through to multi-site enterprise applications. The PAC 202 Access Point Controller and PAC Easinet PC Administration System is a new two-door controller and dedicated software respectively, designed for small to medium applications. Using 32.bit Microsoft technology and RS-485 communications, PAC Easinet is based around the forthcoming PAC 200 series of door controllers. Designed initially for use with the new PAC 202 controller, Easinet functions and offers a fully integrated PC-based solution for systems up to 128 doors and 20,000 users (32 doors on first release). Software is simply downloaded from PAC?s website. PAC?s new 32-bit enterprise security management application PAC Vision will also be demonstrated. Previewed at last year?s show, the first full UK launch was in January. PAC Vision software provides connectivity, flexibility and scalability, say PAC, for large organisations requiring integration. Designs of new proximity readers will be previewed. There will also be a CPD area promoting PAC?s programme of CPD-accredited access control training.