Controlsoft launches 7-door standalone controller

March 2003 Conferences & Events

Controlsoft demonstrated the advanced features of its flagship building security solution, KeyMaster Pro, and launched its new KeyMaster AC-3800 standalone access controller at Securex 2003.

KeyMaster Pro incorporates access control, asset monitoring, intrusion alarms and visitor management. It also integrates easily with CCTV, heating, ventilation and airconditioning (HVAC), elevator control, parking control and lighting systems.

The AC-3800 controller provides access control for up to seven doors and 2000 cardholders. It works completely independently of any computer hardware or software, and allows realtime printing of all transactions to a serial printer. Card data and access control permissions can also be downloaded to a computer for back-up purposes.

According to Controlsoft commercial director Donald Elliott, the new standalone access control products were well received by Securex visitors. "We have had many enquiries for our one-door and seven-door standalone access controllers and look forward to growing our share of this market segment," said Elliott.

For more information contact Justin van den Berg, Controlsoft, 011 463 1102,

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