Audio monitor launch completes award-winning Net2 Entry range for Paxton

Paxton has launched the Net2 Entry audio monitor, thereby bringing a simple and cost-effective option to the versatile Net2 Entry range. The audio monitor fully supports all existing Net2 Entry functionality where video isn’t required and completes the company’s award-winning range.

The monitor features a sleek, contemporary design that fits discreetly into its surroundings as well as flexible installation. The monitor can be wall-mounted or used with an adjustable desk stand. It’s available with or without a handset, while action buttons are configurable for a range of needs.

There’s an optional connection to a sounder or beacon to offer enhanced and accessible call notification.

Gareth O’Hara, chief sales officer at Paxton, said: “We’re delighted to see the audio monitor complete our Net2 Entry range. It means Paxton’s installers can now use the door entry system for end users whatever the requirements, from high-end premium panels and monitors through to more cost-effective solutions where budgets can be restrictive.”

O’Hara added: “Net2 Entry is known for its versatility and simplicity, so the audio monitor is a natural addition and the perfect product to complete our industry-leading range.”

Net2 Entry is a door entry system that works in standalone form or alongside Paxton’s Net2 access control, combining door entry with the key features of Net2. It consists of three components that auto-detect on set up: an external panel, an interior monitor and a door control unit.

*Watch a short video about the new audio monitor on YouTube

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