Access Controller

At A Glance

Affordable, Scalable, Browser-Based Access Control
The Spider Series represents the next step in the evolution of Sicunet's access control platform, delivering faster set-up, enhanced features, and industry-leading scalability that outperforms the competition. The Spider Series embedded browser-based network appliances make advanced security technology reliable and affordable for any entry-level access control application. With tens of thousands of access control systems deployed in the field, and backed by decades of experience, Sicunet continues to deliver unprecedented value and innovation. These full-featured, self-contained hardware/software access systems are perfect for commercial, industrial, banking, medical, retail, hospitality, and other businesses where users need to secure their facilities, manage access of personnel, create and analyze reports, and monitor the system remotely from any web browser. The Spider Series' comprehensive wizard is fast and intuitive, saving significant set-up time. Pro can be seamlessly scaled up, via software keys, to Enterprise systems providing increased door and reader capacity, enhanced features, and higher level capabilities. Sicunet's Spider Series makes expansion easy. The Spider Pro andEnterprise set new standards of excellence for reliability, ease-of-use, expandability, best-in-class value and lowest cost of ownership.
How Spider-Series Lowers Your Total Cost
· Browser-based access system is faster to setup, simpler to maintain
· Embedded Linux Operating System (O/S)
  - MVP (Minimized Virus Potential)
  - No Microsoft update dependancies
· Independent network, server, and dedicated workstation hardware are not
· Includes SQL database engine; no add-on database software licenses required
· No client licenses to load
· Common hardware installation reduces hardware training and inventory cost
· Common software user interface reduces training costs as systems are migrated to
  more powerful models
· Open platform allows for cost-effective integration with other technologies
· PC-based access servers fail, due to moving hard drives. Competitive models will
  typically require hard drive and server software replacement at least once over
  the lifeof their systems.