WiFi Door Locks 

 
Access Control + Wireless/IP Locksets = A Winning Combination

Primary Systems and RS2 Technologies have partnered with the leading suppliers of Wireless/IP Locksets to provide users with integrated Access Control and Wireless/IP Lockset systems in which all elements communicate over the same network. By integrating Wireless and IP Locksets, users can extend the reach of their access control systems through their existing wireless and IP infrastructure and realize these benefits:

As shown in the diagram below, users can configure any number of doors into an integrated Access Control and Wireless/IP Lockset system through the same Local Area Network. As noted on the diagram, systems can consist of any combination of wireless, PoE (Power-over-Ethernet), and traditional wired doors.

Typical Wireless/IP Lockset Network Setup




A typical hard-wired access-controlled opening takes an average of 8 hours to install and bring to operational status. Primary Systems can provide RS2 wireless locks take about an hour to install by a single technician.

This exciting development allows you to extend the reach of your access control systems by using your existing WiFi infrastructure. You can now add openings to your systems in locations that were previously difficult or cost-prohibitive to incorporate using hard-wired technology.

Benefits include:
  • Significant reduction in hardware costs
  • Significant reduction in labor costs
  • Simplify project management (fewer trade personnel)
  • Easy installation in hard-to-wire locations
  • Ability to actively monitor all Alarms (Door Forced, Door Held, Key Override, Low Battery, etc.)
  • Ability to actively monitor various Events (Door Secure, REX Held, Access Granted, etc.)
  • No need to travel to the door to update database or retrieve history

Primary Systems can incorporate this innovative technology in your facility! Contact us today for more information on how we can help you!










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