UK – Tyco Security Products has announced the integration of its C•CURE 9000 security and event management system from Software House with SALTO offline locks for seamless access control of an entire building through a single user interface.
The C•CURE 9000/SALTO solution is ideal for access control systems that require varying levels of security for interior and exterior access points. The solution deploys SALTO offline locks for interior doors that require a moderate level of security, such as storage and office areas, while Software House hard-wired door controllers are used for high security and perimeter access points. With this solution, security operators can control access to all doors into and within the facility through the C•CURE 9000 user interface, based on communications between C•CURE 9000 and the SALTO server.
“The C•CURE 9000/SALTO solution is a powerful integration that simplifies access control management by joining offline locks and hard wired doors together,” said Rafael Schrijvers, Access Control Product Marketing Manager, EMEA, Tyco Security Products. “With C•CURE 9000 and SALTO, facilities can manage their entire access control infrastructure with a single credential and management platform.”
The C•CURE 9000/SALTO solution supports a nearly unlimited number of offline locks and uses SALTO online readers to update cards for offline reader access. The use of access cards for doors instead of mechanical keys results in cost savings, saving human and monetary resources previously spent on lost key replacement. The C•CURE 9000 guided user interface and single sign-on credentialing makes access control management more efficient and user-friendly. With the C•CURE 9000/ SALTO lock solution, no cabling is required for lock installation and offline locks can be installed on almost any door type.
For more information on Software House’s C•CURE 9000/SALTO solution, visit Software House at www.swhouse.com.