Abloy UK’s Smartair access control solution has been introduced at Weaverham High School in Cheshire as part of the Government initiative “Every Child Matters,” which aims to ensure the premises where children are present is kept safe and secure, reports Security Park.
Local access control provider Lock-tec were appointed to upgrade the school’s security system to the recommended Smartair update-on-card and door automation system, which is in line with government targets for safeguarding children. The Smartair system was fixed to 11 of Weaverham’s external doors via wall readers and electronic locks, which can be accessed only through authorized Smartair user cards.
Smartair update-on-card provides a secure all-in-one access control solution. A management kit connected to a PC acts as the central point for setting up users and configuring doors. Cards are issued from an encoder unit connected to the PC and a cards audit trail can be read from any card passed back to the PC.
Smartair is a bolt on solution designed for use on internal and external doors. In most scenarios, it can be fitted to existing door locks with the option of retaining existing key systems. Smartair comes complete with handles, batteries, a fitting tool and spindles. The kit also comes with an installation card for use by locksmiths or fitters during installation.
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