Entraguard Platinum Telephone Entry System
The Entraguard Platinum has the largest capacity and biggest display Keri offers. The Platinum has a 5,000 tenant capacity, more than enough to handle nearly any large project, and also has two large font sizes: 3/8 inch for ten name display and 1/2 inch for seven name display, adjustable on demand by the visitor. This entry panel is available at a price well below competitive large capacity systems on the market. The unit is designed for durability and weather resistance with a tough 14-gauge stainless steel enclosure. Recess mount kit, hood, and camera are available as options. Additionally, the Platinum can also be fitted with PXL-500 Tiger Controller and SB-593 Satellite Expansion Board to provide one or two door card access capability within the unit itself. Each unit can be programmed with three rotating messages for display.
- Networkable to Manage Multiple Doors via RS-485
- Rugged Stainless Steel Enclosure
- 5,000 Capacity Count On All Units
- Standalone Functionality Or Integrate to Doors.NET
- Up to Six Digit Directory Code
- 7 to 15 Digit Phone Numbers
- Scalable Font (3/8 inch or 1/2 inch) for Selectable Seven or Ten Name LCD Display with up to Three Programmable, Scrolling Messages
- Optional Camera, Postal Lock, Mounting Kits, Heater (for cold weather operation)
Like its sister products, Entraguard Silver and Entraguard Titanium, the Platinum provides the best telephone entry/access control marriage available by letting the Entraguard unit function as a node on a PXL access controller network and putting both functions under the acclaimed Doors software umbrella. Each Entraguard Platinum also has two extra relay outputs that can be used in a variety of ways, including turning on a lobby light, unlocking an interior door, etc., by tone commands from the tenant’s location or based on an access granted decision. An on-board modem is included for remote programming.
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The Amazon Key does not interface to Keri products in a way that allows the Building Owner or Manager to maintain complete control over their system, nor does it provide any tracking information on when the Amazon Key was used to open a door.
The addition of the Amazon Key to a site introduces a security degradation beyond the control of Keri’s access control system. Neither Keri nor Amazon provides any documentation on how an installer would integrate the Amazon Key with Keri’s access control system. Because of this, Keri has strong concerns about the knowledge of the Amazon Key installers as evidenced by the damage Amazon Key installers have caused to Keri controllers and installations at multiple sites.
Any Keri controller failure caused by the installation of an Amazon Key device is cause for voiding the controller warranty. Keri cannot be held responsible for any security lapses created by the use of the Amazon Key