DIY SOS

Paxton Supports DIY SOS: The Big Build

Paxton has supported DIY SOS: The Big Build BBC Children in Need Special with a major project to help homeless young people. BBC One’s popular renovation show was in Blackburn in September to convert an old church hall into much-needed emergency accommodation for the charity, Nightsafe. Paxton, which designs and manufactures security systems, donated a range of products from its Net2 access control system, including readers, wireless electronic door handles

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Paxton announces official launch of new system – Paxton10

Paxton’s next generation access control and video management solution, Paxton10, officially launched to the UK market on November 4, 2019. Available from Paxton’s approved UK distributors, customers can now start benefitting from the easy-to-install yet powerful system, which combines access control and video management on a single platform. Features include: Paxton10 smart credentials – in-built Bluetooth® wireless technology allowing smartphones or smartwatches to be used in place of traditional keys or

How installers helped shape Paxton10, a new access control video management system

New system follows in-depth research and development plus engagement with installers Paxton10, Paxton’s new, integrated single-platform system, is being launched later this year. It combines access control, video, smart credentials, feature-rich software and, for the first time, Paxton10 cameras, to offer customers something they’ve never seen before. The launch follows a period of in-depth research, development and engagement with installers. Gareth O’Hara, Paxton’s Chief Sales Officer, said: “Paxton10 was designed

PaxLock Pro – Robust, Secure, Wireless Access Control from Paxton

Paxton has announced the launch of the PaxLock Pro, the latest addition to its range of wireless access control solutions, in conjunction with the new and improved Net2Air bridge, the connector to the Net2 wireless range. PaxLock Pro has a universal design that can operate in standalone mode or as part of a networked system. There is a simple upgrade path from standalone to networked, with no extra hardware required

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