Software House CC800-1ID-EN Access control software

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Software House
  • Model code: CC800-1ID-EN
  • Series: C-Cure Series
  • Max No. of Doors per System: 32
  • No of Cardholders included: 10,000
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C·CURE 800 Model 1 System Software Only , ENGLISH Includes server software and 2 C·CURE client licenses.  C·CURE ID badging software license included.  C•CURE 800/8000 is a scalable security management solution encompassing complete access control and advanced event monitoring.  The system integrates with critical business applications including CCTV and digital video such as the American Dynamics Intellex® digital video management system, visitor management, ERP, HR/time and attendance, and third party devices such as fire alarms, intercoms, burglar and other alarms.

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Make Software House
Manufacturer Software House, Tyco International
Model code CC800-1ID-EN
Series C-Cure Series
Max No. of Doors per System 32
No of Cardholders included 10,000
Reader Types Proximity
Photo ID Yes
No of concurrent PC Operators 2
Communication TCP/IP
Visitor Management Yes
Time & Attendance Yes
Guard Tours Yes
Central / Remote Monitoring Yes
Multiple Tenants / Partitioning Yes
System Requirements Operating System: Windows® Server 2003, Windows XP Professional
Additional info

C·CURE 800 Model 1 System Software Only , ENGLISH Includes server software and 2 C·CURE client licenses.  C·CURE ID badging software license included.  C•CURE 800/8000 is a scalable security management solution encompassing complete access control and advanced event monitoring.  The system integrates with critical business applications including CCTV and digital video such as the American Dynamics Intellex® digital video management system, visitor management, ERP, HR/time and attendance, and third party devices such as fire alarms, intercoms, burglar and other alarms.

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