Tdsi drops prices to help clients through tough economic times

Poole, Dorset

Integrated access control and security manufacturer Tdsi has announced a price reduction on a selection of its Gardis access control units and readers. Driven by recent improvements in Tdsi’s supply chain, the price reductions are designed to help and support installers and end users in a challenging economic climate.

John Davies, Managing Director at Tdsi commented, “When we launched our price list for 2023 at the tail end of last year, it reflected the effect that the global financial pressures of high inflation, energy costs and supply side constraints were having on our business. Regrettably we were forced at the time to raise some of our prices but were fully aware this would put extra pressure on our customers and were determined to lower these essential increases as soon as possible. With these market forces having now improved significantly, we are very pleased to be able to do that and to pass on the savings benefits to our customers and end users as part of our ongoing commitment to supporting security wherever it is needed.”

The MSRP and trade price reductions have been applied to some of the Gardis products including the 5002-6001 – Gardis G1 Web Embedded Access Control Unit; · 5002-6011 – Gardis G1 Web Embedded Access Control Unit with Case and Power Supply Unit; · 5002-0600 – Gardis Proximity Reader; and, · 5002-0610 – Garis Mifare CSN Reader.

Tdsi’s Gardis Web Embedded Access Control Unit is designed to provide seamless and secure access control management. This innovative unit combines the power of an embedded server (removing the requirement for a dedicated PC) with robust access control features, allowing users to conveniently control and monitor access. With its web-embedded interface, administrators can easily configure and manage user permissions, schedules, and event logs, streamlining the access control process.


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