The T/Mon Building Access System (BAS) gives you the ability to control and regulate door entry access, without the network monitoring capabilities you don't need.
The T/Mon Building Access System (BAS) gives you real-time visibility for centralized, efficient electronic control over your doors.
T/Mon BAS is a variant of the T/Mon Remote Alarm Monitoring System. This means that, while a standard T/Mon manages both door access and alarms from network equipment, T/Mon BAS is focused purely on building access control. If, in addition to doors, you also have a widespread network of unmanned remote sites that should be monitored and controlled, visit the T/Mon LNX product page instead.
T/Mon BAS manages multiple local door controllers (usually via LAN). Each of these local controllers can handle multiple doors (for sites that have more than one entrance). The database of user permissions is created within T/Mon BAS, then automatically distributed down to each local controller. When a user waves a proximity card or enters a key code, the local controller grants or denies access based on that user's unique permissions, which may be restricted to certain dates and times.
Cost-effective and easy to install, T/Mon BAS puts high-quality building access control within the reach of any company.
|Product Name||NetGuardian 420||NetGuardian 240T||T/Mon Building Access System||NetGuardian 864A G5||NetGuardian 480 G4|
|Comparison||Roughly half the capacity.||Adds T1 transport.||-||Double capacity in same 1RU||Massive discrete capacity.|
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