DSX Access Systems can operate with Government issued PIV cards
including CAC and TWIC.
DSX has PIV and CAC enrollment readers to ease the entry of the 16 digit number used for PIV compliance.
DSX does not currently work with the PIV-I card that is only issued to non federal and non military employees.
Schools and Campuses need an Incident Response Plan. DSX can provide an integrated solution that facilitates the activation, action and notification of emergencies by locking down doors and altering access privileges while notifying staff and authorities.
DSX Manufactures Hardware, Software, and Integrated Solutions for the Access Control and Security Industries. Based in Dallas Texas, DSX designs all Software and Hardware in house. "Integrated Solutions and real world applications are what we do best."
The Long Range Identification Ranger is ideal for access control applications where it is more convenient to press a button than to present a card. Common installations with DSX include gate entry, door access, emergency lockdown, and more.
Ranger Receiver offers up to 150-feet of read range and is
powered by the DSX Controller. It offers field-adjustable read range
and does not require line of sight. The Ranger Receivers come with
two or four Wiegand channel outputs and the Ranger Transmitters are
available in either a two or four-button configuration and may be
ordered equipped with a potted proximity or contactless smartcard
module, allowing it to be also used as a presentation-style access
credential. A four button transmitter could have four distinctive
outputs controlling a mixture of four doors and/or gates. One of the
channel outputs can be used in conjunction with a standard reader at
a door providing identifiable remote release.
Ranger Transmitters output the same Wiegand data whether a button is pressed or the Transmitter is presented allowing each user to be enrolled only once in the DSX system. Ranger can easily be installed in new sites, and it is a great way to add value to an existing site.
WinDSX Software 3.9/4.9 and higher no longer require the USB Features Key. The DSX Key Monitoring program will now use a SoftKey to copy protect all software and features. This allows the system to be installed in a virtual environment without the complications of a hardware key. The new SoftKey and WinDSX Software will be distributed on a USB Flashdrive.
ASIS - Anaheim CA
September 28 - 30
Anaheim Convention Center