Alarm Lock Systems, a division of Napco Security Technologies and manufacturer of commercial door technology solutions, announces the integration of its Trilogy Networx® and ArchiTech Networked Wireless Electronic Access Locking solutions with Software House C•CURE® 9000 Security and Event Management platform from Tyco® Security Products.
With the integration, customers can monitor and control Trilogy Networx Locks within the C•CURE® 9000 software to access real-time information to respond accurately to system events and alarms.
Alarm Lock Networx, the networked wireless version of Trilogy, is the number one selling standalone lock in its class and features a digital keypad and/or built-in smart reader, longer battery life and field-proven low-maintenance, according to the company.
Software House C•CURE® 9000 is a security management system that can monitor events, manage personnel, create reports and display dynamic views.
C•CURE® 9000 also has a visitor management web portal for appointment management that expedites the visitor check-in/out process. It can support up to 5,000 readers per server.
Software House C•CURE-integrated Alarm Lock models and peripherals include Alarm Lock Networx DL Series Locks (keypad only), PL Series Locks (card only), PDL Series Locks (keypad and card), Exit Trim Series (keypad and card), Netpanel with wireless keypads and customizable designer ArchiTech® Networx Series. It also includes Networx Gen-1 and Gen-2 Gateways and Repeater/Expanders.
For more information about Alarm Lock’s integration with Software House, go to www.alarmlock.com or check out the listing online in the Tyco Connected Partner Program under “CC9000-ALARMLK”.
To contact an Alarm Lock sales or customer service representative, call 1-800-645-9445 and ask for ALA519 Networx spec sheet. Trainings are also available in the field or online at www.alarmlock.com/seminars.
Visit Napco at ISC West 2018, booth No. 12043.
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