Progeny Access Control

Access Control

Design & Manufacturer

The Progeny P4 Access Control range offers products and solutions for projects large and small.

Hence, our products enable you to control and manage access across all sites quickly and simply. 

We have over 30 years experience in manufacturing in the UK and offer a Lifetime Warranty & Lifetime Support for complete peace of mind.

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Why use Electronic Access Control

Electronic Physical Access Control provides 24/7 security. This can be to protect people, valuables or information.

Designing your System

When you are designing your access control system, there are several important choices:

  • Identification method
  • Reader Technology & Credentials (Crystal, iCLASS, MIFARE etc.)
  • Online or Stand Alone/Compact
  • Communication Method
  • Which doors will be controlled?
  • Selecting a computer system
  • Integration with other systems (Fire, Membership Software etc.)

 

 

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P4

P4

is the only access control system you will ever need,  Unlimited doors and up to 128,000 users can be added! 

Our free, user-friendly software offers useful reports including absence & attendance, roll call and simple time sheets. 

Unlike other systems, P4 also offers fully integrated biometric access control at a low unit cost per door.

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Contact Progeny

Contact us

For more detailed product information, check out our product data-sheets and manuals

You can also download the latest software version .

Call now on 01254 883348 or contact us by e-mail: sales@progeny.co.uk.

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Identification

You’ll need to identify the people you wish to allow access to. There are three main means of electronic identification:

  • Secret Knowledge (Access Code or PIN)
  • Token (Card, Key fob)
  • Biometric (Fingerprint)

Each method (Factor) has its pros and cons. They can be used individually as ‘Single Factor Identification’ or together to get ‘Two or Three Factor Identification’ which is more secure. Using a Card and Code, for instance, would be two factor identification and improves security by eliminating some of the drawbacks of each factor.

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