Alarm Lock Trilogy Networx Now Certified with LenelS2 OnGuard

Integrated capabilities include configuration of wireless locks for card and PIN-based access control and restricting users to specific areas at specific times.

Alarm Lock, a division of Napco Security Technologies, announces its Trilogy Networx wireless PIN and prox access locks and keypads are now certified with Lenel version 7.6 OnGuard integrated access control and video security platform.

As a Lenel OpenAccess Alliance Program Partner (OAAP), Alarm Lock Networx Access Lock products (PL, PDL and DL-Series) were fully-tested and certified by Lenel’s Quality Assurance Department for use with OnGuard 7.6.

Integrated capabilities include configuration of wireless locks for card and PIN-based access control, viewing access control events and status via LenelS2 OnGuard interface, restricting user to specific areas at specific time, adding/removing or modifying user access levels, setting access control modes for areas, and defining access schedules and holidays.

Alarm Lock Networx, the networked wireless version of Trilogy, feature digital keypad and/or built-in smart reader, long battery life and field-proven low-maintenance, according to the company.

With matching models for all doors, inside and out, and applications from narrowstile, to exit trim, cylindrical & mortise, Lenel-integrated Alarm Lock models and peripherals include: Alarm Lock Networx DL Series locks (keypad only), PL Series locks (card only), PDL Series locks (keypad & card), Exit Trim Series (keypad & card), Netpanel w/ wireless keypads, and customizable designer ArchiTech Networx Series with infinite trim, finish combos, as well as Networx Gateways and Repeater/Expanders.

This integration is said to make Alarm Lock Networx models a powerful and flexible real-time single-door wireless access control solution for seamless use as part of the LenelS2 OnGuard Platform, in addition to integration with sister-division, Continental Access’ CA4K Enterprise Security Management Systems, plus Tyco’s Software House C•CURE 9000 platform.

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