Paxton, the UK market leader in electronic IP access control and door entry solutions, has launched the Net2 Entry Premium Monitor, the latest addition to its award-winning door entry system.
The new interior monitor provides a greater personalised experience together with an elegant aesthetic design.
The smart, slim monitor, with simple user interface, includes a quality glass touch screen and 25 background themes making it ideal for a range of applications. This includes high-end residential, commercial buildings and healthcare sites.
The monitor has a host of new features including:
- A concierge function for simple visitor and site management. Users who are busy or away can divert the monitor to reception and if the caller is missed, enhanced call administration provides a video snapshot and event log of visitors
- A high quality digital camera enabling two-way communication between users or the concierge
- Line-out for use with a T-Loop antenna for users with hearing aids
- 25 vivid background themes available and users can take a photo using the monitor or upload an image/logo to customise their monitor
Available with or without a handset. A desktop stand is available, making the monitor adaptable for various environments.
Watch the Premium Monitor in action in Paxton’s short product video below.
Gareth O’Hara, Paxton’s Chief Sales Officer says: “Following the successful release of the Net2 Entry Touch Panel last year we wanted to further increase the premium product options for our installers.
“By combining the latest available technology and listening closely to our customers’ feedback we continue to make improvements to what is one of our fastest-growing product lines. The elegant design and personalised experience provided by the Premium Monitor perfectly complements our Net2 Entry range.
Pitched as the simplest door entry system available, Net2 Entry consists of just three components that auto-detect on set up for a true plug-and-play solution
“As with all Paxton products this user-friendly solution is supported by our industry-leading technical support, five-year guarantee and a hassle-free returns service.”
Pitched as the simplest door entry system available, Net2 Entry consists of just three components that auto-detect on set up – external panel, interior monitor and door controller – for a true plug-and-play solution.
For installers interested in learning more about the Net2 Entry system, free half-day training is currently available at the Paxton Technology Centre in Brighton.
About Paxton Access Ltd
At Paxton, we design and manufacture market leading IP access control, door entry and building intelligence systems for smart buildings.
Based in the Home Farm Business Centre, located off the Lewes Road in Brighton, we also manufacture all our products locally in Eastbourne.
We are an award-winning organisation for both our products and for our business. We hold a Sussex Super Growth Award, have been named in the FT1000 List of Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies and the London Stock Exchange’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain. In 2016 we won Best Large Company at the Brighton and Hove Independent Business Awards and in 2017 were named Manufacturer of the Year at the Eastbourne Business Awards.
With over 30 years of experience, we develop systems for the mid-market (such as education, healthcare, retail, leisure, commercial and public sector) and provide solutions suitable for a wide range of sites and requirements. At present, around 25,000 buildings are secured by Paxton globally each year.
Our team is constantly expanding internationally, and we currently have over 300 employees located at locations across the globe with offices in the UK, US, France, Germany, South Africa, Scandinavia, the Middle East and Benelux.
Paxton projects include Manchester United, graze, Michelin, Cherbourg Airport, Boucheries Nivernaises, Sky Deutschland and Foyles.
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Paxton is exhibiting at IFSEC International, 19-21 June 2018, ExCeL London. You can find them on stand D410. Register now.
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