New PAC8 app-managed controller big in features but small in size
A specialist in reliable and versatile access-control solutions for over 35 years, PAC has launched the new PAC8, an exceptionally compact, feature rich single door controller, managed entirely through an App with a secure Cloud back end.
PAC ACCESS CONTROL INSTALLED IN HIGH SPEC LONDON RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT
A PAC high security access control system with bespoke panel has been installed in to a new lavish apartment development in London’s exclusive Putney.
Oakhill Park is a luxurious residential development in South West London, featuring 60 distinctive, elegant apartments, underground parking, private gym and landscaped gardens, complete with concierge services. The combination of stylish design, exceptional construction and outstanding facilities are reflected in all aspects of the development, right through to the security systems in place.
PACOM and PAC exhibit together at IFSEC 2016
High level integrated security systems specialist PACOM® and a leading access control solutions manufacturer PAC® will be exhibiting together at this year’s IFSEC (21st-23rd June at ExCel, London) to showcase their product ranges and security solutions, from multi-site integrated systems to single door controllers.
Keep Safe From Token Cloning in Access Control Systems
By Dave Hughes – Global Product Manager at STANLEY Security Products
Token cloning is a serious issue faced by many organisations in various fields, from housing associations to hospitals, hotels, commercial premises and high security environments. Credentials such as badges, RFID tags or entry tokens can all be used for granting entry to a facility or restricted areas. With token cloning technology easily available to anyone and third party tokens being cheap, duplicating a token can be done within a few seconds with the right equipment. But, this is not the full story. This article will discuss the various levels of security in access control and how to prevent unauthorised entry.
STANLEY Launches Versatile IP Based Video Door Entry System
STANLEY Security Products is pleased to announce it has secured the exclusive UK distribution rights to the InfinitePlay IP based video door entry system, which will join the existing PAC Access Control and GDX Door Entry range. STANLEY InfinitePlay comes with a host of features whilst remaining exceptionally easy to use and install.
Hardware\Software Change Notice - iEVO Dongle Version 1.0 July 2015
PAC Part Number: 40371
With immediate effect Stanley Security Products will no longer be supplying the iEvo Dongle used in conjunction with the iEVO administration reader, if an existing reader\ dongle fails then the software will need to be upgraded to v4.6.x which we have modified to work without a dongle. For all new installations to be compatible with the new hardware configuration, PAC SecureNet v4.6.x or later must be used.
PAC® Introduces the feature packed, Two-Door Standalone 212 Controller
A specialist in reliable and versatile access-control solutions for over 35 years, PAC have launched the new PAC 212 two-door standalone controller. Suitable for both residential and commercial applications, the PAC 212 is built around the PAC 500 controller series and offers many of the standard features associated with this range.
PAC® launches new EL Smart Door Handle with Integral Reader
An international leader in access control solutions for over 35 years, PAC has launched a new robust locking solution for the ease of securing internal doors. The new EL Smart Door Handle (SDH) is a simple to install, stylish, battery-operated electronic escutcheon that provides a reliable solution for electronic access control in commercial and residential applications.
The new PAC Vandal and Panel Readers provide an effective solution to token cloning
An international leader in versatile and scalable access control solutions for over 35 years, PAC has launched two new easy to install and configure readers to the Oneprox™ GS3 range. Providing the highest level of security in the most demanding of operating environments the new readers effectively combat the growing issue of token cloning.