Paxton introduces PaxLock Pro wireless access control solution for end users

Paxton, the electronic IP access control and door entry systems specialist, has just launched PaxLock Pro, the latest addition to the company’s range of wireless access control solutions, in conjunction with the new and improved Net2Air bridge, the connector to the Net2 wireless range.

PaxLock Pro boasts a universal design that can operate in either standalone mode or, alternatively, as part of a networked system. Importantly, there’s a simple upgrade path from standalone to networked, with no extra hardware required. This actively creates a solution which can evolve with the needs of the end user.

There are both internal and external versions available, rendering PaxLock Pro applicable for educational facilities, commercial buildings and healthcare sites. It has a smart and compact appearance and is available in black or white complete with anti-scratch fascia, ensuring that the product maintains a high-quality look and feel for the most modern of interiors.

The PaxLock Pro is built to last with its robust design and capacitive wake-up ensuring a time and energy efficient solution. The kit comes ready to fit, meaning that it can be installed quickly and replace an existing door handle.

Wireless communication link

Paxton’s new Net2Air bridge provides the wireless communication link between the Net2 software and wireless control units, such as the PaxLock Pro. Improved aesthetics facilitate its positioning on a wall or ceiling for optimal coverage, while the enhanced low-profile design provides a clear display of the status LEDs for ease of use. It’s also easy to fit with a simple three-step instillation process.

Gareth O’Hara, Paxton’s chief sales officer, informed Risk Xtra: “The PaxLock Pro represents Paxton’s third generation of wireless door handle and comes as a direct response to customer feedback following two years of development. We believe it’s our best yet. The versatility of the product allows us to address networked and non-networked systems and both internal and external doors. We continuously strive to meet our customers’ expectations and have worked tirelessly to ensure that the product is robust, durable and aesthetically pleasing in equal measure.”

O’Hara added: “The launch of the Net2Air bridge perfectly complements the PaxLock Pro with its aesthetically pleasing design.”

*For those security professionals interested in learning more about Paxton’s Net2 range, including the new PaxLock Pro and Net2Air bridge, there will be UK-wide showcases taking place at multiple locations in October (the next event is in Edinburgh on Tuesday 30 October) and November. All companies in attendance will receive a free copy of the Net2 Pro software. To secure your space, sign up at

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