Readykey® Access Control System
Simple to Use and Manage
with Fire Alarm And Security Alarm Systems
Readykey access control card access system is an easy, proven way of
controlling who has access to your property, and when. The Readykey system,
relied on by corporations, government agencies, data processing centers,
and financial institutions around the world, is based on touch-free access
control. It allows authorized people to pass through protected areas
without using mechanical locks and keys, or inserting cards into slots.
Using the Microsoft Windows operating system, Readykey
for windows makes system administration even easier. This PC-based
system brings user-familiarity and simplicity to the administration of an
access control system. As an authorized Readykey access control dealer
National Security Systems has many options for your card access needs.
system allows you to centrally administer hundreds of remote locations
worldwide from one or multiple PC's. Using standard dial-up phone lines,
remote systems are linked to the Readykey system using modems, fiber
optics, microwave, and radio links.
Radionics' Readykey Information Security System
for Computers (RISSC) is the answer to
the computer industry's biggest concern - security. The threat of having an
intruder access confidential information is just as frightening for a small
company as it is for the government. The invader could be a regular guy in
a nearby cubicle, or a professional hacker living abroad. Until now,
individuals, businesses, and even the government were targets of
trespassers. Not anymore. With RISSC, you can be in
control of who reads what and when.
Readykey Access Control System can be easily integrated with the Radionics D7412G or D9412G Security
System to provide a fully functional integrated security solution. Both the
Radionics alarm panel and the access control system remain fully functional
when integrated. This integration capability allows the end-user to enter
the building and automatically disarm their alarm system by simply presenting
an electronic ID to a reader.
Readykey door controller is available as a four door K2100 and K2200 or a two door
version K1100 or K1200. All
controllers may be used as a master, remote master or network unit. It is
compatible with all of the Readykey for Windows administration systems, or
can be used as a stand-alone system programmed locally from the front
for Windows is an easy-to-use PC administration system operating under
Microsoft Windows. When connected to Readykey door controllers it allows
easy administration of electronic cards and keys, doors and alarms.
The K6100-MS is a multi-site
system and can control over 4500 doors on hundreds of remote sites. It can
administer up to 18,000 users per site and operates using a PC based
administration system. The multi-site version is designed to control access
in multiple buildings from one central location, often separated by many
A full range
of access readers is available. Vandal resistant K2002 or K3002, low profile K2001 or K3001, mullion mount
K2003 or K3003, and reader
with PIN K2001P. The Wiegand
Interface allows the connection of any reader with a Wiegand output to a
convenient part of the Readykey systems is the electronic ID device.
Available either as an ID card or electronic key, the ID device is embedded
with an encoded chip. When held within a few inches of the reader, the code
is read. Here at National Security Systems we carry both the Readykey
access control cards and the key fobs (or tokens). To place and order call
800-457-1999 for pricing please see our online store by clicking here.
The part number for the Readykey access cards is K2017-13 (replaces the K2011-10)
and now carries a limited lifetime warranty. The part number for the
Readykey key fobs (or tokens) is K2010-10.