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ACCESS CONTROL RANGE COMES WITH ALL INCLUSIVE STARTER BUNDLES

22-05-2017
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RS Components has brought a new range of access control products to the Australian market. The range, from UK manufacturer TDSi, includes controllers, readers, cards and fobs, along with software solutions as well as a number of entry-level bundles.

These security products are designed to provide secure and cost-effective access control. And they are easy to integrate with a range of different building management systems. All solutions are scalable, allowing users to expand coverage and add extra functions as the need arises.

The cost-effective access control bundles are available for one- to five-door applications.

The one-door bundle contains a MICROgarde I Controller, an EXprox reader, 10 proximity cards and EXgarde Express software.

The two-door bundle has an additional EXprox reader and a MICROgarde II Controller in place of the MICROgarde I.

The full five-door bundle has five EXprox readers, two MICROgarde II Controllers and one MICROgarde I Controller in addition to the software and 10 proximity cards.

A further bundle comprising one SOLOgarde controller, a SOLOgarde reader and 25 SOLOgarde proximity cards is also available.

The TDSi bundles are designed to include everything required to successfully install door access control solutions. Further capabilities can be added using accessories such as biometric keypad readers.

RS Components
1300 656636
www.au.rs-online.com

 

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