ASSA ABLOY Group brands Corbin Russwin and SARGENT are pleased to introduce HID® multiCLASS SE™ technology to their IP-enabled PoE and WiFi campus access control locks: the Corbin Russwin Access 700® and the SARGENT Passport 1000®. HID® multiCLASS SE (SIO-Enabled™) technology offers multi-layered security and simultaneous support for multiple industry-leading credentials. Ideal for mixed credential environments, these locks allow an easy transition from magnetic stripe to any contactless credentials and NFC-enabled mobile phones. These products use ASSA ABLOY’s PERSONA Campus™ software or approved third-party software to integrate seamlessly into existing enterprise, transactional, and housing systems, providing comprehensive, reliable access control.
Designed specifically for campus environments, the Passport 1000 Series from SARGENT provides a “one card” solution, using magnetic stripe, proximity card reader and PIN code technologies for customized access to facilities. Available in WiFi and PoE versions, these products use ASSA ABLOY’s PERSONA Campus™ software or approved third-party software to integrate seamlessly into existing enterprise, transactional and housing systems, providing comprehensive, reliable access control. The Passport 1000 locks take advantage of existing network infrastructure to provide advanced security and easier, more cost-effective installations.
The Passport 1000 P1 Power over Ethernet (PoE) solution offers simple, secure, online campus access control. An online ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 lock utilizing PoE technology, the Passport 1000 P1 connects to the building’s Ethernet network and can make decisions locally. Open standard cable and PoE-enabled equipment allows easy and cost-effective installations. Real-time door status monitoring and lockdown capable, the P1 is available in exit device, mortise and cylindrical lock configurations.
The Passport 1000 P2 intelligent WiFi lock provides access control for hard-to-secure locations. Using an 802.11b/g WiFi network, the Passport 1000 P2 ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 lock connects as frequently as the user specifies to maintain its local list of up to 2,400 users. Available in exit device, mortise and cylindrical lock configurations, it offers real-time door status monitoring and configurable alarm notifications.