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ASSA ABLOY pairs HID multiCLASS SE technology with IP-enabled campus locks

CampusIDNews Staff   ||   Sep 26, 2013  ||   ,

ASSA ABLOY announced that the Corbin Russwin Access 700 and SARGENT Passport 1000 IP-enabled campus access control locks now include HID multiCLASS SE technology.

As a result, the Access 700 PIP1 and Passport 1000 P1 Power over Ethernet (PoE) and Access 700 PWI1 and Passport 1000 P2 Wi-Fi locks now provide simultaneous support for multiple credential technologies and NFC mobile access, in addition to their existing magnetic stripe and PIN code capabilities.

The Corbin Russwin Access 700 PWI1 features an intelligent Wi-Fi lockset offering comprehensive access control for campus housing and facilities. The Access 700 PWI1 communicates wireless (802.11b/g) network with host or access control panel, enabling administrators to manage user access rules and review historical event logs.

The multiCLASS SE capability accommodates a wide variety of credentials including HID Prox, HID iCLASS, HID iCLASS SE (SIO-enabled), HID iCLASS Seos, HID MIFARE SE, HID iCLASS DESfire EV1 SE, MIFARE Classic, DESfire EV1, and FeliCa. In addition, the locks are compatible with NFC-enabled smart phones.

All four models are available in bored lock, mortise lock and exit device configurations and feature integrated ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 certified hardware. Each configuration also offers local lockdown and privacy mode capabilities. All the locks are available with an optional keypad and are available with a wide variety of decorative levers and finishes.

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