Secura Key SK-NET Access Control Software
Secura Key of Chatsworth, Calif., releases the SK-NET version 4.02, which controls access for as many as 65,000 cardholders. The updated software adds an activity log entry for User Add, Delete, and Modify, as well as various other improvements. It also works with Microsoft Windows 7, Vista, and XP.
The software controls a network of the company’s SK-ACP 2-door access control panels, allowing up to 100 panels per location. Secura Key maintains that the product can connect to the network via RS-232, RS-485, or TCP/IP.
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