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Advanced exit bar solution from Salto introduced

Andy Williams   ||   May 20, 2008  ||   

Access control provider Salto Systems has launched its Advanced Panic Bar Solution, or SAPS, for exit doors with panic bars. It allows users to add the control of exit doors to an access control system without the extra cost of wiring.

Certified to EN1125 standard, SAPS’ modern styling and clean lines make it an integral part of the SALTO access control platform allowing users to achieve a consistency of style on every door throughout their buildings.

It can be fully integrated with SALTO Virtual Network Technology, allowing users to include SAPS in the management of their access control system without any loss of any functionality, flexibility, control or security.

SVN allows the SAPS panic bar to read, receive and write information via normal smart card operation, providing 90% of the benefits of a fully on line access control system at the cost of a stand alone system. Future versions of SAPS will also be capable of integration with fully featured RFID solutions.

Salto is based in Oiartzun, Spain.

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