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Integra 5 locking platform eliminates wiring

Onity's Integra 5 electronic locking platform is now being made available to the commercial access control market. Due to Integra 5's  ability to integrate off-line (stand alone) electronic locking devices into an online (hard-wired) access control system, it provides an affordable locking solution for commercial facilities of all kinds, including health care facilities, military bases, government buildings and corporate offices. Onity  is part of UTC Fire  & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp.

Onity's Integra 5 locking platform combines both online and offline locking devices into a single integrated access control system. Information about who is allowed to access specific doors, along with any associated time and date parameters, is stored within each individual lock. This greatly reduces the cost of installation by eliminating the need for costly wiring to any offline doors.  The lock hardware itself provides additional cost savings.

Features of the Onity Integra 5 system include:
Client-server architecture
Multiple RDBMS support (Microsoft® SQL or Firebird) Flexible Kiosk ISO track data management
Online devices may be controlled remotely from any user PC
Future upgrades automated. Site upgrades server, & server upgrades clients during login
Designed for any facility size
Can incorporate staff and/or student ID cards
PC based; Windows® 2000, 2003 and XP compatible
Off-line and on-line locks fully integrated within one system
Manages up to 65,000 users and 65,000 doors
Capacity of up to 3,000 users per stand-alone lock
Allows for individually customized access privileges
Lock audit trail of up to the last 1,184 events
Provides entry activity reports by date, time and user
Ethernet, modem and RS485 connections to on-line devices
Locking plan matrix for a complete visual representation
Automatic expiration of resident cards in individual doors (personalized plan)
Supports magnetic-stripe technology

Onity
www.onity.com


September 16, 2009
By Canadian Security

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