IPVMU Certified | 05/14/13 01:30am
There are several products in this segment. We've done updates on a number of them, including:
I hope this helps!
Aside from HID, Mercury has one of the only other open platform controllers, the EP1501. They also have the MR51e, which is not a controller (limited processing on board), but an Ethernet door interface. So you'd address multiple MR51e's back to an EP1501 for control.
On the proprietary side, most of the majors have a PoE controller, now, like Honeywell's NetAXS-123, and the S2 MicroNode.
Paxton Access has IP connected single door controllers that can be placed at doors. There's also Isonas who was making a big marketing push awhile back. I have not used either.
I have used Isonas IP based controllers/readers, but I found the management software clunky and poorly designed.
Sargent/Persona has a nice POE and a nice Wireless (wifi) IP-based lock. We have quite a few of each.
Disclaimer: I work at a university, not a manufacturer.
I'm surprised no one has mentioned ISONAS, they are pretty big in that regard.
Look two posts above you!
In my defense... Uh... Well... I guess I just didn't read all the posts :)
Open Options, based on the Mercury system