SimonsVoss has consistently further developed networking for System 3060 over recent years.
The simple, yet reliable option for the less complex locking system. Authorisations and blocked lists are defined in the SimonsVoss Locking System Management (LSM) software and transmitted to a programming device. The device is connected directly to locks in the building. After data are successfully exchanged, the programming device is re-connected to the system administration, where it incorporates confirmation of updated access components into the LSM software.
In the case of partial networking, changes are defined in the LSM software and transmitted to gateways in the network. When users enter a gateway’s radio range, the modification data stored here temporarily are automatically transferred to their identification medium. The data are then transmitted to the locks the next time the user enters through a door.
You have full use of the entire range of features in System 3060 when all components are directly networked – from the system administration software via the gateways through to the locks. Data is exchanged with all networked elements in real time. It is possible to implement uses such as instant blocking of media, emergency release, activation / deactivation via LSM software, remote monitoring of locks and event management (SMS / email).
All benefits at a glance.