Trilogy Networx locks

Alarm Lock, manufacturer of popular Trilogy Standalone Access Locks, has expanded its Trilogy Networx™ Lock line for more models to cover more door and exit-trim applications.

While still offering quick, convenient money-saving deployment like the original Trilogy®T2, unlike their standalone predecessors, Trilogy Networx eliminate door-to-door operations, such as programming up to 5,000 users and/or audit trail collection, by communicating wirelessly via Ethernet or 802.11. Additionally Networx offers new global network-wide features, including system-wide global lockdown/unlock in under 10 seconds from any lock or the network’s PC and Remote Management via VPN-connection.

Alarm Lock's Trilogy® Networx Wireless Locks (PL, PDL and DL-Series)  are now integrated with Lenel OnGuard® OnGuard v6.6 and 6.5, as well as with Continental CardAccess 3000.  This makes Alarm Lock Networx PIN/Prox Locks a realtime wireless access control solution for seamless use on either platform as an ideal intelligent edge device, and they can be a substantial savings, at 1/3rd the cost of a hardwired access-controlled opening . 

In Trilogy’s dependable tradition, Networx models offer unsurpassed battery-life, exceeding 5 years. In fact, up to 2,000 locks and a PC communicate wirelessly, AES-encrypted thru a 900MHz bidirectional gateway for equipment savings. There’s no wiring; no repeaters; no hardwiring to server; no extra power supplies and no access panels.

During installation, for immediate usage, Networx can be set up by physical security staff as standard Trilogys and networked by IT later. And for applications with Trilogys already on the scene, they will all share one common database using downloadable license-free Trilogy DLWINDOWS Software.

Ask for Trilogy Networx in PIN or PIN/HID Prox models for virtually all door and trim types. For more info. call Alarm Lock 1-800-ALA-LOCK or go to www.alarmlock.com/Networx.html

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