Pure IP Access Control
Unlike traditional panel-based or IP-panel systems, Isonas delivers a proven access control solution that offers network-based, “Pure IP” to doors and many more applications. Isonas eliminates the need for cumbersome control panels at each access point, complex wiring and power supplies that are costly, and regular maintenance across physical locations.
Some applications for Isonas access control include securing:
- Forklifts, Front End Loaders, Backhoes, Excavators
- Most any type of machinery or heavy equipment
When a business requires both access control and video surveillance, consider the Isonas and Milestone integration solution, with fixed or PTZ cameras, visual or thermal image sensors. Additional system components that can be integrated into the system are LED lighting, sirens/strobes, loudspeakers, etc.
Perfect for Remote Applications that Require Off-Grid Power with Point-to-Point Wireless, 4G/LTE or Satellite Communications
Access control requirements have expanded from doors to cabinets, heavy machinery, vehicles, and production lines. Farms are using traditional access control technologies to solve problems from feed distribution to fuel pump access. Isonas access control systems solve problems that until recently, were not possible with older technologies.
Isonas access controls are ideal for challenging remote applications that lack utilities infrastructure. The Isonas system along with cameras and other related devices can be powered with off-grid systems such as solar electric, fuel cell or thermoelectric generators. Communications can be hardwired, point-to-point wireless, 4G/LTE or satellite.
How it Works
Card access alarms can appear in the Milestone Smart Client Alarm Manager. The card access events will be searchable and the video associated with these door/card reader events will appear in the Alarm Manager video panel. Card access events can trigger Virtual Matrix Windows in the Smart Client. The Milestone Rules Wizard can move PTZ cameras, speed up recording, push video, etc, based on card access events. The Smart Client can use overlay buttons to send commands to the card access system.