Continental Access Introduces E-Access Readers
Amityville, NY – Continental Access, a division of NAPCO Security Technologies is pleased to introduce their all-new E-Access Readers for Continental’s E-Access Embedded Access Control line. E-Access readers feature ultra-fast transaction times, under a second, Wiegand & OSDP support, easy automated credential issuance and no-touch Bluetooth mobile credentials. Several models are available for standard and mullion applications, and also with digital keypad.
E-Access is Continental’s self-contained embedded solution, requiring no software to load, it’s quick & easy to deploy, ready out of the box, scalable from a couple doors to 256 doors, combining 1-Door, 2-Door and 4-Door controller models (expandable to 8 doors), and these new Readers. It offers hybrid access control in a cloud-based system, with the advantages of an on-premise access. Also featured are secure cloud-based remote management via any popular browser, i.e., Chrome, Safari and IE; as well as mobile App management on choice of smart devices.
For more information on Continental Access E-Access Readers download the new spec sheet at https://cicaccess.com/media/pdfs/A793-E-Access-Reader-Spec.pdf or check out the whole E-Access Platform or any of Continental’s broad access control offerings at www.cicaccess.com; or ask for demos or online training, contacting the regional Continental Sales Manager or customer service at 1.800.645.9445.
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