The CTE1000 Cellular Telephone Entry System has no line-of-sight or distance limitations, and requires no trenching or phone lines. It's easily installed right out of the box on to any electronic gate, door or lock. A call is routed through the CelAccess Automated Control Center to either a single phone number or multiple numbers simultaneously so that the customer can send the CTE an open command. All transactions are recorded in a real-time activity log.
Being a cellular system, there are no trenches to dig, no hard wired connections to run, no line of sight requirements and no distance limitations. If there is cellular service available, the CTE-1000 can connect anywhere in the world - just hook up power and begin using its many features.
The CelAccess WIM1000 will allow any Wiegand compatible device to operate anywhere cellular network service is available, without the expense and complexity of a local master control system.
The WIM1000 is simply wired directly to the Wiegand device at the electronic door, gate or lock. Access codes read from Wiegand devices are then received and transmitted via the cellular network to the Automated Control Center where access codes set up by the customer and verified.
How Cellular Access Control Works
CelAccess solutions are comprised of two basic components: the cellular device which connects to the gate or door controller and CelAccess servers which are accessed by users via the Internet or telephone. CelAccess’ cloud-based server network enables all internal management and reporting for CelAccess, as well as provides the user with complete account management through the Automated Control Center.
Their unique combination of cellular plus internet functionality offers capabilities, flexibilities, and affordability found in no other solution.
Deployment involves an initial site survey to confirm the site is on the AT&T grid, and then a typical installation of the control and connections to input devices, output devices and operating power.
There is no learning curve for you or your customer as use is highly intuitive, and the services are automated.
For more information, contact your local locksmith distributor or visit www.celaccess.com.
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