Legacy Systems

  • Future-proofing

    By having a system that is not reliant on a particular operating system or hardware greatly increases it's life-cycle and reduces the cost of ownership. Web-based systems are the ideal choice for replacing legacy systems as they use a web-browser as their front-end. There is no software to install or maintain.

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  • What can be retained?

    In the case of access control, local door hardware such as locks, exit pushbuttons and break glass units can be reused along with their associated power supply units. In most cases, some or all of the cabling can also be reused although nowadays door controllers tend to use the building's structured network cabling.
    IP cameras that comply with ONVIF standards can also be retained.

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  • Can controllers be re-used?

    Some legacy door controllers, such as those manufactured by Mercury®, can be re-used saving not only the expense of replacing them but also the associated cabling.

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