Net 2 Entry 

Door entry systems don’t need to be complicated. Paxton’s Net2 Entry is a simple to use door entry system that allows you to grant or deny access to anyone visiting your building, day, or night. You can add one door on at a time using either a wired or wireless controller or door entry. Offering versatile security and building management. 

What is Net 2 Entry? 

Whatever building you’re looking to secure, Paxton’s Net2 Entry system offers a flexible, high security solution. The external panel, interior monitor and door control unit are synchronised to stop unwanted visitors entering your building. Because Net2 works perfectly with Paxton’s access control systems, you can use it as a standalone security measure. Or you can use it to complement your existing access control systems. 
The smart but simple audio/video door entry panel comes in flush, surface mount or rain hood options and uses a low light sensitivity camera. This makes it ideal for day and night-time use, whatever the weather. The panel can also be set up to show the occupants by name, helping the visitor easily identify and call the person they’re hoping to visit. 
Inside, the stylish touchscreen video monitor looks professional, but is incredibly easy to use. The video screen lets the user see who’s visiting. It then gives them the option to allow or deny someone access to the building with the touch of a button. Whether wall mounted or desk-based, the monitor can be used hands-free. It also has a 'do not disturb' function, should the user want extra privacy. 

Paxton Net2 door entry systems suit a range of environments 

✔ Residential buildings: private apartments, high-end complexes, multi-tenant buildings, vehicle access. 
✔ Sheltered accommodation including youth hostels and retirement homes. 
✔ Schools and universities including reception areas, halls of residence, staff room, offices. 
✔ Public sector properties, banks and finance buildings, government buildings, prisons and young offender institutions. 
✔ Healthcare settings such as hospitals, care homes, mental health units, and surgeries. 
✔ Leisure faacilities, hotels, gyms, and health clubs. 
✔ Commercial premises includign private offices and factories and vehicle access. 
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