Simplex Introduces new 2.2 version of NT 3400 security management information system.

Dec '99 Asset Management, EAS, RFID

With the introduction of Version 2.2 of its NT 3400 security management information system, Simplex is adding new software capabilities that advance the functionality, flexibility and operation of the integrated Windows NT-based electronic security solution.

Security customers can now take advantage of the NT 3400 system’s enhanced remote dial up capabilities which improve security at remote sites and its new 32 bit cardholder application. This application makes the NT 3400 system even easier to use, improves access level management and adds scheduled import/export capability to facilitate the exchange of cardholder data with human resources’ applications and other external systems.

“The new features and advancements in the NT 3400 Version 2.2 have taken an outstanding system and made it even better and more robust,” says Cam Queeno, Director of Security Product Marketing. “Through customer input and in-house development, we can now offer a broader range of capabilities and options to meet the application needs of more security users.”

Remote dial up for integrated system controller

The most significant advancement in the NT 3400 Version 2.2 is the addition of remote dial up capability for Simplex’s Intelligent System Controller – an enhancement that provides increased flexibility for communicating with remote site facilities.

ISC remote dial up, now a standard feature with the NT 3400 Version 2.2, provides access control functionality at remote sites via modems and the public switched telephone network. The NT 3400 system’s ability to communicate with remote ISC controllers via an analog telephone line connection has several benefits:

p Enables customers to economically secure and monitor remote facilities, without installing an additional card access control system.

p Allows card access to be installed in areas where it is not feasible or possible to extend network wire and cable, but where an analog telephone connection does exist.

p Provides cost-effective central monitoring, administration and reporting for organisations with multiple remote facilities.

p Enables emergency alarms from a remote site to be communicated on a priority basis to the central facility.

Some of the other new features in the NT 3400 Version 2.2 include: elevator control at remote sites; the ability to browse or query the database and display cardholder portraits in a matrix format; support for an expanded range of video badging printers; and the capability to import existing images and graphic signature files along with text data.

For details contact Bruce Kinnear of Motor Controls on tel: (011) 827 0223, fax: (011) 824 2859 or e-mail: mccbms@iafrica.com





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