Security Intersects with Sustainability

To meet this end-user security challenge, Group brands Corbin Russwin and SARGENT have developed IP-enabled Power over Ethernet (PoE) and WiFi locking solutions that utilize existing infrastructure to expand access control. These high performing electronic access control solutions, particularly PoE locks, help achieve numerous sustainability goals. The Corbin Russwin Access 800 IP1 PoE lock easily brings online access control to more doors and provides substantial advantages, including minimized components – access control functions (e.g. door position monitoring and request to exit sensor) are incorporated in one lock body rather than separately purchased and installed components. This PoE lock uses 50% less power per activation than traditional access control solutions using PoE, and significantly less standby power than traditional access control. Facilities also re-use existing building infrastructure adding to the overall ROI savings.



The Access 800 IP1 exemplifies a new generation of energy-efficient, sustainable access control products. When the total Life Cycle Assessment of a PoE system is considered, the result is less energy and material used during manufacturing, shipping, installation and use.

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