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No cables are needed to upload and download your data. Communication is via infrared data transfer function of a handheld PDA (personal digital assistant).
The E-Plex 2000 offers many of the features of the E-Plex 5000, but at a lower price point. The E-Plex 2000 is a PIN-based entry system like the E-Plex 5000, but without audit trail and software support. The unit is designed for indoor or outdoor applications, and is supplied with a weatherproofing gasket.
All programming for the E-P2K is via the keypad. The E-P2K ships in Factory Mode. This means the Master Code is 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8. The door will unlock by entering this code into the keypad. Until you reprogram the Master Code, you will not be able to program additional user codes.
Like its big brother the E-Plex 5000; The E-P2K can hold a total of 100 user codes. Only one Master User is allowed. That leaves 99 more available users from any of the remaining user groups (Manager; Access; Service).
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The original King Cobra's multiple code capacity and easy keypad programming made it an attractive upgrade for many facilities. Its ability to accept the iButton meant doors within the same facility could share the same credentials, even if certain doors were not candidates for a hard-wired access solution due to their remote location or perceived level of threat.
King Cobra 2 locks are the next generation in the King Cobra family. New features include SNAP programmability, 1,000 individual user codes and credentials, 1,000-event audit trail and enhanced environmental durability.
All King Cobra (KC) locks provide an easy upward migration path away from a reliance on mechanical keys to maintain building security and access control.
KC2 locks can be programmed in one of three ways:
OPTION 1: Manually, using the lock keypad.
- A few doors
- A few users
- Infrequent addition/deletions
OPTION 2: Using the SNAP Programmer and PC Application
- Many doors
- Many users
- Frequent addition/deletions
OPTION 3: Using Express software and programmer
- Required for time zones
KC 5000-2 Locks are designed for cylindrical and mortise door preps.
KC2 Office Function Locks provide a convenient lock/unlock button on the inside of the door, making it easy to switch from credential-free passage to credential-based access from within the protected area.
KC 9000-2 Locks are designed for use with aluminum doors that rely on various latches and exit devices to secure the opening. These narrow stile door solutions can be used on any door where electronic access control is desired to simplify key control and increase the level of security.
The SNAP Programmer & PC Application provides an easy way to link people, doors and locks for simple access control management. SNAP was designed for use with all Schlage KC2 locks.
The SNAP Programmer communicates with your PC via the USB port-acting much like a jump drive or external USB storage device. A simple screen and keypad layout provides easy navigation. The built-in iButton reader allows for quick registration of new iButton credentials.
For more information, visit www.schlage.com.
MARKS USA iQue
Marks USA 's iQue standalone digital access control keypad is programmed by keypad or with computer system.
The Keypad Only unit (IQK) can handle 320 users with a 1600-event audit trail. The Keypad Proximity Reader unit (IQKP) has 3008 users and 1180-event audit log. This unit can be accessed by keypad, proximity card or a combination of keypad and proximity card for higher security.
The handheld “i-Dat” infrared reader can upload data and download audit trails. It has a four-line display showing the lock ID and serial number, current time, day and date, battery status and number of events downloaded. Simply place the i-Dat under the keypad, push the unit's single button, and the audit log is instantly collected and any programming changes are uploaded. The i-Dat changes are then downloaded to a PC, using a standard USB cable.
All data is read and compiled in the I-Que PC program, which runs on Windows ME, 2000, NT and XP.