Secura Key SK-NET Version 5.20 Access Control System Software

The SK-NET Version 5.20 Access Control System Software has two new features: system lockdown and real-time door status reporting.

Secura Key of Chatsworth, Calif., releases the SK-NET Version 5.20 Access Control System Software, featuring two new features: system lockdown and real-time door status reporting. 

The new features work with either the Secura Key SK-ACPE-LE or the NOVA.16 access control panels and smart readers.

The software provides three lockdown levels, including Global Lock, which cancels all manual or door zone unlock commands, Global Inactive for lockdown group that places all doors in inactive mode, and Global Lockdown for lockdown group, which disables REX or “remote open” inputs.

The Door Status icon color indicates off-normal Door Status conditions. For example, no color indicates all doors are secure, while green indicates unlocked doors. Yellow indicates doors held or propped open and red indicates doors forced open. 

SK-NET allows the designation of override cards, which allow access at any reader, whether inactive or locked, providing authorities with the access required to capture or neutralize an assailant, according to the company.

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