The TCP/IP Network Connection Module allows customers to program their DoorKing telephone entry system via the Internet or a local area network connection. In addition to the programming feature, the module will also allow them to monitor live activity at the entry system and stream data for other applications.
The module (DK P/N 1830-175) easily connects to any DoorKing 1830 series telephone entry or access-control system through the RS-232 interface on the system circuit board. This allows the device to be connected to older 1830 series systems as well.
“Adding this module to an 1830 Series system, even if the system is 10 years old, provides you with the IP and network address for programming via the Internet,” said Richard Sedivy, DoorKing’s director of marketing. “All a customer needs to do is install the module at the system and download, for free, version 6.2c of our Remote Account Manager programming software from our website, and their ready to go!”
In addition to programming, another benefit of the DoorKing system is that managers can view activity at the entry point as it happens on their computer monitor.
“The live transaction feature is especially important for extraordinary events, like an anti-pass back violation or an unauthorized access attempt,” Sedivy said. “Managers will know instantly when these types of events occur.”