Las Vegas , NV ( April 2, 2008 ) â€“ Dortronics Systems, Inc. is showcasing their innovative EZ-Access Solution here at ISC West 2008. Designed to control one or two doors with one reader each or one door with two readers for in/out control, EZ-Access has a memory capacity of 2,000 active user codes for secure off-line operation. While providing affordable access control to small businesses, the system also enables users of large access control systems to provide access into remote facilities without the use of a dedicated phone line or an expensive on-site network of computer systems.
â€œThis convenient stand-alone system delivers an extremely cost-efficient means of implementing an advanced access control solution,â€ said Bryan Sanderford, National Sales Manager, Dortronics Systems, Inc. â€œEZ-Access fits the need in the access control market for businesses with limited entry/egress points, as well as for facilities that need to limit access to specific areas.â€
For full functionality, secure EZ-Prox cards, key fobs or any of the Dortronics 26-bit Wiegand keypads can be used to gain access. Eliminating the need for complicated computer software, EZ-Access users can easily be programmed in or out of the system using a programming card or master code entered by the keypad. With Dortronics' EZ-Access Control System, history reports are viewed as text files with standard computer programs such as Notepad or Excel, and audit trails are easily downloadable with the EZ-Logger software provided.
Equipped with two heavy-duty SPDT 3 amp relays, one for each controlled door or gate, and an auxiliary open collector DC output that can be used to trigger external relays for CCTV, etc. The EZ-Access door controller has a capacity for 2,000 active card holders. This 26-bit Wiegand compatible system is also ideal for exterior doors or gates.
About Dortronics Systems, Inc.
Dortronics Systems, Inc. is the industry's "quick-ship" supplier of standard and custom finish access control products including electromagnetic locks; electronic strikes; power supplies; key switch controls; pushbutton controls; digital keypad controls; delayed egress controls; alarm annunciation controls; high security locks; egress bar door releases; emergency pull stations; and access control applications for smaller installations.