Our AGENT E 3000 program offers multiple possible levels of security for stand-alone data cabinets. It is suitable for single cabinet locking and access logging or for a number of individual cabinets administered separately in a data centre where the infra-red key fob operation enables multiple authorised access and logging of identity if required – also central wireless operation is possible in conjunction with an access point module, thus enabling expansion of the system if required.
The AGENT E handle forms a flexible security module within an expandable network, usable on otherwise vulnerable data or control cabinets. Typically this may include server cabinets or machine controls where unauthorised access is likely to put personnel, machine or information safety at risk from tampering, vandalism/sabotage, data theft or simple inappropriate usage.
At the “Basic” level an AGENT E set up consists of a combination of electronic swing handles and TAGs (hand-held transmitters). Opening is effected by simply pointing the TAG fob/pendant at the handle which is programmed to respond to the multi-modulated diode on the TAG. In addition, Master TAGs may also be programmed.
Simple programming of the TAG (hand-held transmitter) directly on the respective swing handle enables a maximum of 32 User TAGs and up to 5 Master TAGs per swing handle. In case of power failure, emergency power supply is possible via the USB interface with no software required.
Even more convenience is provided by the “Professional” version which allows the easy configuration of locking plans and time profiles via the USB interface, and read out of the integrated event log. In this case the Master TAG can take over the function of a hardware dongle.
The “Professional” level system provides additional features and is configurable via USB using the freeware AGENT E Management Suite which allows users to create and change locking plans, time profiles and read out the event log. Logging of the last 2000 entries is possible to identify who, when and which handle, with the Master TAG used to protect the USB Interface against unauthorised use.
With the highest level “Superior” version all processes can be administered centrally in combination with an Access-Point. It is possible to configure, read out and open swing handles remotely. Interconnection to the handles is via radio transmission and system-specific access point. It also features logging of the last 5000 entries identifying who, when and which handle has been activated.