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UK access control product company Paxton are introducing a vandal resistant panel for Net2 Entry, their door entry product. Installers can get a preview of the panel at IFSEC 2013 at the Paxton stand; Hall 5, E20.

The product provides installers with a vandal resistant door entry solution to meet the Brighton-based makers say the most demanding site requirements. Installers can now offer a Paxton door entry system at sites where vandal resistant capabilities are required.

The panel is made from marine grade stainless steel, to withstand the elements and meet high-end aesthetic site requirements. The toughened polycarbonate screen means the panel can stand up to vandal prone or extreme weather the firm says.

As with the Net2 Entry IP door entry product, three components plug together, using only one type of cable. Units auto detect on set-up and PoE extension switches allow for expansion. Net2 Entry has built in Net2 access control for a fully integrated system but can also be used for standalone door entry.

Paxton are showcasing the Net2 panel at IFSEC 2013 one year after they first brought Net2 Entry to IFSEC 2012.

Visitors can also see the full Net2 Entry range, which is now SIP compatible. This offers the opportunity for customers’ sites to answer their Net2 Entry system from any SIP enabled device such as a smartphone, PC or tablet. Installers can reach customers with a new solution and increase their business potential; offering SIP means the firm adds that forward thinking customers won’t go elsewhere for new developments.

Adam Stroud, CEO of the Paxton Group, says: “We have had a fantastic response to Net2 Entry since we released it last year. Our installers said that they wanted to be able to offer it to even more sites and this year, the vandal resistant panel makes that possible. IFSEC is always a great chance to have a chat with our installers and see what they think, and we are inviting them to come and see the new developments at the Paxton stand. Who knows? Maybe we’ll keep a hammer on the stand so they can really put the vandal resistant properties to the test!”


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