Honeywell Pro-Watch 4.2 Access Control System Offers Layered Security

The access control solution uses embedded software to provide users with instant notification if a security alarm or event occurs.

Honeywell releases the Pro-Watch 4.2 security management system to allow users to cost effectively accommodate virtually any access control system, according to the company.

The system uses an open platform to integrate with other disparate building and security systems and is compatible with the firm’s Vindicator Intrusion Detection systems, giving users control of intrusion, access control and video surveillance systems via a common interface.

The system’s layered security extends to third party solutions and uses embedded software to limit downtime and provide users with instant notification if a security alarm or event occurs.

A drop-in board replacement for Mercury-based systems more easily transitions legacy readers and access equipment over to the updated platform without replacing existing hardware, the company claims.

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