Extensive door access monitoring enables superior level of site security


Managing access rules and precisely monitoring door usage are two of the most important features any solid access control solution should be able to deliver. That’s also the case with the WinAC.NET suite from Tensor, which delivers an extensive level of functionality and numerous useful features, at a more than affordable price point.

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Monitoring access through a specific point of entry to an area or site is a key component of the Tensor Access Control system. For this reason, the Tensor system incorporates high-sensitivity door sensors that can easily detect whether a door has been left open beyond the configured parameters.

If that’s the case, then a local alarm can be sounded until the door is closed or alert notifications emailed to named recipients. Alarms and alerts are also triggered if a door is forced open or an anti-tamper sensor contact is broken by unauthorised equipment removal, a feature that can really come in handy for ensuring a superior level of site security.

Another tool that works together with the door sensors is represented by the Access Viewer, a feature enabling users to view access control activity in real-time through a graphical interface. Access viewer animations show this activity on a floor plan of your site that is created using the Access Viewer Designer module. Pop-ups provide cardholder details such as the person’s photo, name and access event.

If you’d like to find out more about the Tensor access control products, just contact our dedicated product team, they’ll be more than happy to answer all of your questions and queries. Or, if you’d like to see them live, in action, and learn about the superior level of security and access control they enable, just Book a Demo.

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