The 2N Access Unit M has been redesigned to provide easier installation.
The slim design of the Access Unit M already offers easy installation in tricky locations such as doorframes - however, to further enhance the easy installation process, 2N have added extra long Ethernet connection cables to these new variants.
The installation process couldn’t be easier now thanks to the nearly 3-metre-long Ethernet Cable. Simply pull it through the door frame, into the ceiling, and connect the access control reader to the IP infrastructure.
2N Access Unit M - Flush installation box (916121)
Mounting accessory that provides a cavity for hiding and terminating the cables in the wall. Typically, the installer will use this box when installing the 2N Access Unit M reader on a brick wall as they can easily cut a hole for the box. The 2N Access Unit M reader is always surface mounted.
2N Access Unit M - Surface installation box (916122)
Spacer that provides a cavity for terminating the cables in installations such as garages where you can’t drill a hole in the wall. These walls are typically made of concrete or reinforced concrete.
The 2N Access Unit M offers multiple options for flexible access such as:
Using PIN codes means users need to input a unique code for entry into a building or designated area. This method is ideal for granting temporary access to visitors, as a supplementary backup credential, or as a part of multi-factor authentication.
The 2N Access Unit is available in variants supporting both 125kHz and 13.56MHz frequencies, which you can use if your company wants to switch to a more secure card variant. However, even regular 13.56MHz can be copied, so it's recommended to choose secure MIFARE DESFire cards with encrypted data - the 2N PICard is a great option that the 2N Access Unit M supports!
Mobile Access Control
Embracing the future, this method enables users to utilise their mobile phones as access credentials and boasts numerous advantages. Convenience tops the list in our minds: people are more inclined to forget their RFID cards at home than their phones!