Johnson Controls launches two-door controller

Cork, Ireland

The KT-2 supports two readers, Iomodules and other KT controllers such as the KT-1 and KT-400.

Johnson Controls has introduced the Tyco Kantech KT-2, an adaptable two-door controller, designed to be cost effective and easy to install and operate for small to medium sized businesses.

This new door controller expands Johnson Controls line of multi-door control solutions purposely designed for businesses with needs ranging from one door to thousands. The KT-2 seamlessly integrates into Openblue, the dynamic platform for connected, safe and sustainable building solutions from Johnson Controls.

A versatile solution, the KT-2 can be used as either a standalone system or integrated with the Entrapass Security Management Software to leverage Wifi connectivity, providing a cost-effective solution for challenging access control installations that typically require extensive cabling. When in standalone mode, the KT-2 door controller can be managed through a dedicated web browser, providing a user-friendly, feature rich alternative for two-door security without the need for a full security management software. According to Johnson Controls, installers of the KT-2 will find deployment quick and seamless by using an intuitive wizard-based platform that guides them through the set-up and installation process.

Designed with small to medium businesses in mind, the KT-2 is compatible with Entrapass software (v. 8.40 or higher) which utilises the full set of features that the KT-2 offers. The capacitive touch-sensitive screen provides one-button programming for plug and play installation.

The KT-2 supports two readers, Iomodules and other KT controllers such as the KT-1 and KT-400. When paired with Kantech Iosmart readers, the KT-2 provides end-to-end encryption, ensuring secure communication between access control devices. The KT-2 door controller includes a five-year warranty.


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