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Recommendations for a keyless entry system

Discussion in 'Security Alarms' started by Beachcomber, Jan 28, 2005.

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  1. Beachcomber

    Beachcomber Guest

    Looking for a keyless entry system for an industrial/office building
    Here are the details.

    4000 sq ft. for about 10 employees

    4 doors total =

    2 front doors 1 rear door 1 interior office door

    Each controlled by Wiegand format Proximity Readers

    Exterior front door and exterior rear door to be controlled by
    proximity/keypad reader combination.

    Desire battery backup, logging, PC interface for programming.

    I realize that this simple spec could be met by dozens of
    manufactures. I am looking your specific recommendations for the
    best value, ease-of-installation, pricing, and service support.


  2. petem

    petem Guest

    i would go fo digiplex NE alarm panel From paradox with the NEware software

    this would give you both alarm system and access control in a single system
    totally integrated ,with room for arming/disarming with or with out access
    card..multiple partition office /warehouse
  3. Reg Siemens

    Reg Siemens Guest

    Do NOT consider DSC Maxsys product - their card reader modules have faulty
    request-to-exit logic that will cause you no end of grief if you try to use
    it in a 24-hour scenario. DSC has acknowledged the shortcoming and refused
    to fix it. If you choose to ignore my advise, I have a system that I ended
    up tearing out and replacing (at significant cost) that I'd let go of for a
    real deal.

    Reg Siemens
    Tower Security Systems
  4. alarman

    alarman Guest

    Reg, what is the trouble with the DSC card readers?
  5. Beachcomber

    Beachcomber Guest

    Thanks. This is the sort of trouble I'm hoping to avoid.

    So does anyone have any recommendations for a system that does work

  6. jackcsg

    jackcsg Guest

    Is this a short-term solution you're looking for, or something as a dealer
    you want to live with long term?
  7. Beachcomber

    Beachcomber Guest

    This would be for the long haul. I'm hoping not to need lots of
    warranty service and replacing of faulty parts. I'd like to do the
    install right the first time...

  8. jackcsg

    jackcsg Guest

    send me an email and I'll give you some information to look at, and explain
    it more in depth, without turning the post into a flame war.

    instalinkinc at adelphia dot net
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