Integral Technologies Launches Merged Access Control and Surveillance System

March 31, 2005
Intelli-M access control system will interface with DVX 1000 digital video management system

Indianapolis, Ind. - Integral Technologies' Intelli-M Integrated unites access control and digital video recording in one box, on one screen, with a simple software interface and powerful features. The systems bring the easy-to-install Intelli-M access control system together with the industry-leading DVX 1000 digital video management system.

Intelli-M Integrated features comprehensive and quick search capabilities, view and playback of multiple cameras from multiple DVR units simultaneously, side by side access card pop-up and live video display for quick personnel verification. The system automatically links events to digital video, allowing for easy alarm assessment via live video.

The DVX 1000 fits a wide variety of security applications and comes in 4, 9, and 16 video channel configurations. Standard features of the system include a video/system watchdog, CD-RW, network interface, modem, PTZ control, keyboard, mouse and Quick Installation Guide.

The Intelli-M access control system boasts revolutionary door controllers that are a mere 2.82 inches in height, easily installing in a standard double-gang box. Intelli-M supports state-of-the-art smart card and Wiegand reader technologies, providing cutting-edge performance in an access control system that can be installed and operated by a novice. The power and communications are delivered to the door controller via a single twisted pair cable, greatly reducing installation costs and providing power for door locks and readers. Intelli-M Integrated utilizes Supervisor Plus software, a user-friendly interface that reduces the time and costs of training new personnel. Supervisor Plus software is pre-installed on every DVX 1000 and provides all the access control features needed such as badging, guard tours, graphical map displays, equipment control, alarm management, attendance reporting, and detailed reporting capabilities.

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