Paxton Access has introduced Easyprox nano, a Net2 networked entry system in a door handle that the manufacturer claims “will revolutionise the world of access control”.
The unit has all the capabilities of Net2, Paxton Access’ networked access control system, without any need for any wiring.
Easyprox nano is battery powered so no mains wiring is required. It uses low power, secure wireless technology to communicate to the Net2 PC via a Net2Air bridge.
A Paxton statement said: “Easyprox nano can be installed in places that were just not possible before and it cuts labour time dramatically.
“Easyprox nanos can be added to existing Net2 systems with the utmost ease. Easyprox nano now makes it possible to expand a two door system to a 10 door system in a flash and for a fraction of the cost. Plus, the wireless capability of the unit makes installation completely hassle free.”
Paxton Access has also designed the Net2Air site surveyor kit, which it describes as “the essential tool for faultless Easyprox nano installation”.
The site surveyor checks signal strength between the Easyprox nano and a Net2Air bridge prior to installation, to ensure accuracy when fitting Easyprox nano.
Easyprox nano is a single door access control unit that can be mixed on site with Paxton Access’ other Net2 products: Net2 nano, Net2 plus and Net2 classic