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.
Access 700® locks offer comprehensive access control for campus housing and facilities. Designed specifically for campus environments, they provide a “one card” solution, using magnetic stripe, PIN code, and proximity or iCLASS® card reader 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. Corbin Russwin Access 700 locks use WiFi or PoE network infrastructure to connect to the access control system, offering advanced security and easier, more cost-effective installations. The Access 700 PWI1 lockset is an intelligent WiFi lockset that is ideal for adding access control to areas of a building that would be too difficult or costly to wire. The Access 700 PIP1 intelligent Power over Ethernet (PoE) lockset offers full online access control, using the facility’s Ethernet network. Standard network cabling provides both power and data, simplifying installation and reducing costs.
The Access 700 PWI1 and PIP1 locks integrate all access control components into one device — ANSI Grade 1 quality lock or exit device, card reader, door position switch and Request-to-Exit sensor — and are available in mortise lock, cylindrical lock and exit device configurations.