IP Door Access Control

Network Attached IP Door Access Control Systems from Kintronics

Door Access Control Systems

IP Based Door Access and Entry Control Systems Integrate with IP Camera Surveillance Systems to Provide a Complete Security System

Network attached Door Access Control Systems
Each Isonas IP reader attaches directly to the network and is powered using PoE. This modular IP based door control system allows you to add one door at a time. The expensive control panel is no longer required! The ISONAS IP Door Access Controller and Reader includes all the functionality that used to be distributed between the reader and control panel. Now it’s all in one unit. With intelligence built into each and every unit, it operates even if your network is down.

This IP based system integrates with your IP camera surveillance system to provide a complete security system that controls door entry using a credential or manually by using intercoms with video management software.

Features

  • Includes free Crystal Matrix Software for all access system control
  • No Control Panels Required
  • IP Door Readers are powered using PoE
  • The readers provide 12 VDC power for the electric lock
  • Wide selection of credentials and cards
  • Integrates with IP Camera security systems
  • Works with IP intercoms to allow remote control of doors to allow entry of visitors

IP Door Readers

Door Access Control Readers
ISONAS IP door readers are both a reader and a controller. No control box is required since all the intelligence is in the IP reader.

The IP Reader connects directly to the Ethernet network and is powered by PoE. IP door readers have the advantage of being very easy to install.

Since the reader converts the PoE power to 12 VDC, you can power locks without running additional power wires. All you need is the CAT 5 drop to the reader. Select the PRX version that reads both Isonas and HID format credentials, or the MCT version which adds the ability to read the new Smart Card (ISO 14443) standard credentials.

The readers have all the intelligence built in so even if the network is down the reader keeps working. Of course it’s best to use a UPS on the network switch or the midspan that’s providing the PoE. Learn more

Access Control Software

Door Access Control Software
DB Crystal Matrix Software™ is free and runs on your Windows PC and provides easy enrollment, allowing you to define who, where and when people are allowed in. It uses the SQL data structure making it very easy to integrate with video recording systems.

Select Optional EasyWeb 2015 to enhance your access control system. Add Active Directory Bridge to make it easier to register user rights.

The software manages and controls all the door access readers and is controlled by your authorized security personnel.

Once you have customized your desired access control, the software sends all the information to all the IP readers. The reader stores and processes all the commands. This means that even if the network goes down, the readers have all the information necessary to continue to operate.

Crystal Matrix is included free with the door readers. It supports an unlimited number of doors and card holders. This is a fully featured Access Control software system. It provides fine-detailed level control of all access security related issues. Reports are available for all system activity, as well as real time reporting on who is currently in the facility. Product Sheet.

EasyWeb Software

Add optional EasyWeb Access Control software when you need an easy to use web-based interface and have multiple locations controlling access cards. This software makes it easy to distribute the enrollment and management function to many different people and locations. More

Easy Web Mobile is now part of the new EasyWeb 2015 software. If you’re on the road and need to access the control software you can add the mobile App to your smart phone. EasyWeb-Mobile works with Easy-Web and allows you to control the doors and monitor your system from anywhere. More.

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Active Directory Bridge
Do you have many users controlling the access control system? Select the optional Active Directory Bridge (AD-Bridge) software. It allows you to automatically add users by making use of Microsoft’s Active Directory. AD-Bridge supports the propagation of selected information about people, their credentials and the groups to which they are assigned to the Isonas Crystal Matrix software.

Proximity and Smart Card Door Credentials

Door Access Credentials
Select the style you need: thin cards that fit in your wallet, clamshell style that you can wear on a lanyard, Key Fobs for your key chain or Cap Tags that can attach to other things.

Select ISONAS, HID, MiFare, iClass format or Smart Card proximity credentials, or when you don’t want to use credentials select the ECKey Bluetooth reader option below.

Example of credentials available:

  • ISOProx II
  • Proxcard II
  • DuoProx II
  • iCLASS Prox
  • Smart DuoProx II
  • Proxkey II
  • Proximity and MiFare
  • DuoProx
  • MicroProx
  • PhotoProx
  • Smart Cards

ECKey Bluetooth Reader Uses Your Smartphone as the Credential

Bluetooth Door Access Credentials
You can add the ECKey Bluetooth reader and use your Smartphone instead of credentials. You can unlock a door, open a gate or even turn on lights using the ECKey module.

This new device can be added to the Isonas door access control system or even used by itself to create a simple door access system. More.

Remote Door Access Control Using an Intercom and IP Camera

Door Access Control Systems
If you have a door that’s used by authorized people but can also have visitors, you can use our intercoms and IP camera systems to control the door. You can manually control entry from your computer.

For example, the intercom system notifies you with an audible alert, video pops into a video window on your desktop so you can talk to the person at the door and then let them in.

There are a number of different intercom solutions depending on your exact requirements. More

Resources

The following resources can be used to help you understand the technology. Contact us for help with your system. Our engineers will make sure you get the exact system you need.

Technical and Application Articles

About Access Control Systems
A review of access control technology and how the IP door access systems can be integrated with IP camera systems.

Door Access Control Review
A comparison between the older technology that uses control panels and the latest IP door access readers. The article compares the total cost of implementation.

How to use an IP Camera to Control Door Access
Everything you wanted to know about how to add an intercom that can control a door from a remote location.

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Technical Whitepaper:
How to Create the Complete Safety and Security System. This whitepaper describes how to make your world safer by integrating IP camera systems, access control and emergency paging systems.

Blogs

Our blog describes how the technology works, includes educational notes, describes how to do your own calculations, and how to select the right equipment. We also included examples about how the technology is used.

Technical Videos

These videos provide an overview of the technology. Take a look at our latest video describing the IP camera system components and setting objectives. More
The following resources can be used to help you understand the technology. Contact us for help with your system. Our engineers will make sure you get the exact system you need.

Technical Support

Security systems can be complex because they include many different components that have to work together. Kintronics is a resource for engineering and integration of all your security projects. We can design your complete system so don’t hesitate to contact us for assistance.

After purchasing your system we make sure that it works exactly the way you expect. You can contact us for help with your installation and any technical support you may need.

We provide technical support and warranty support. Contact us at 1-800-431-1658 or 914-944-3425 whenever you need assistance.

Go to the Kintronics Home Page for more products. Contact us at or Call 1-800-431-1658 or 914-944-3425 to request technical information and our catalog of video products.
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