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When you select the IEI LS System for your installation, you are buying more than what is in the box.
- You are buying compatibility with the many other IEI access control products.
- You are buying the software that is used to manage the system.
- You are buying the technical and engineering department who will support you during the installation and support your client as they use the system.
Whether they deal with the general public or not, most businesses will have visitors and vendors in their space, and it is essential to good security management to limit entry into a premises to only those who belong there. The workplace is all too often the scene of opportunistic crime or the stage where frustration or neurosis are acted out in violent final acts.
Besides the obvious liabilities and hazards to employees, studies have proven that trauma the workers experience as the aftermath of workplace crime and violence leads to loss of productivity or loss of valuable trained employees. Many companies consider their experienced, highly trained employees as assets, just like inventory and customers, and are eager to find ways to protect and retain them.
On the other hand, not all employees are so valuable and trustworthy. Employee theft has eclipsed shoplifting and accounts for the overwhelming percentage of inventory shrinkage. Once again access and door control measures create an atmosphere that is not conducive to these activities.
Most premises have more than one perimeter door and usually there are other rooms and areas within premises where better door control is desirable, even the washrooms. The client may want to start with a primary door to see how the employees adapt to it and if any improvements are noted. If the system satisfies the client, additional doors will likely be added to their system.
When you specify IEI, you will be specifying a system that is integrated in every sense of the word. Besides the hardware that's in the box, there's the family of controls, the software which runs them all, networking capabilities, and the technical and engineering support provided by the dealer-oriented IEI factory and representatives.
Besides sharing commonalities in aesthetics and operating procedures, these products share another important feature, a unified software management platform which ties the various systems together in a unique hybrid hard-wired and virtual network. This means there is only one software program to learn and one database to manage, and it greatly streamlines programming and housekeeping. Clients are far more likely to add on to an existing system than they are to accept a different brand of system on every opening in their facility.
Even though the IEI offers exceptional power and flexibility, the system is designed to install and program quickly and easily.
Models of the LS are now available to retrofit into doors prepped for either mortise or cylindrical locks, and adapters allow use of the LS on doors equipped with exit devices.
If you or your client are nervous about programming and computers, the LS is sweet. Programming is also designed to be fast.
LS SERIES FEATURES
- 2000 Users
- 2000 Transaction log events (this feature available with the software)
- 32 Holidays (this feature available with the software)
- 8 time zones (this feature available with the software)
- Auto-Unlock (default setting 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.)
- Proximity Card Reader (Model LS2P)
- PDA Communications (this feature available with the software)
- Eight user types
- User lockout
The forced door alert will activate if the door upon which the IEI is installed is opened:
- While the IEI is in ‘LOCKED' Mode
- If he door is opened without a valid code being entered prior to opening the door.
- If the R-E-X sensor is not activated prior to opening the door
F.Y.I: In burglar alarm installations, the contact type used is typically N.C. (Closed Circuit when the door is closed).
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