Honeywell Integrates NetAXS-123 Access Control System With Video
Honeywell of Louisville, Ky., has added advanced video capabilities to its NetAXS-123 access control system, which offers video surveillance without requiring a DVR or NVR, according to the company.
The system allows users to store video on USB memory sticks. Its video capabilities offer event-based recording, permitting users to set the system to record only certain access-control events such as a door being propped or forced open, or someone trying to enter the premises using an invalid card.
NetAXS-123 is a Web-based access control system designed to protect facilities with fewer than three doors. The panel uses built-in Ethernet and USB support, as well as power over Ethernet (PoE) capability to reduce installation costs and eliminate the need for wire runs to power the unit. The new video add-on kit lets customers use live video to monitor their sites remotely and visually confirm access control events.
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