security - surveillance - communication

Jersey City, NJ  07302

Building Intercoms - Office Intercoms - Telephone Access Systems
Telephone Access Controller

If you live in an apartment building with an intercom system, you know what a great convenience it is. Each time a friend, delivery person, or other visitor arrives at your building, you don't need to take a trip to the lobby just to see who it is. Instead, you communicate with visitors using the intercom, then choose to press a button to unlock the door, all from the comfort of your apartment.

  • Never let visitors into your building without confirming who they are. Always use the talk and listen features of your intercom. If you're expecting a friend, don't assume it's her when your intercom buzzes. Similarly, when you're having a party and expecting many people, it's easy to get lazy and let in everyone who buzzes you. Instead, take a few seconds to communicate with each visitor and only open the door for those whom you recognize as your guests.

  • Don't let in anyone other than your visitors. People trying to gain unauthorized access to a building come up with all sorts of excuses and tactics to get in. For instance, someone may claim to be delivering a package for another tenant who's supposedly not answering his intercom or regular phone. Someone else may pretend to be a new tenant who's lost her keys. Another person might try buzzing every apartment at once in the hope that at least one tenant will press the button to open the door. While sometimes a request to be buzzed in can be legitimate, it's too risky to take that chance.

  • Make sure your apartment number doesn't appear by your name. It may sound like a convenience to have your apartment number listed beside your name on the intercom panel. But it's a security risk. For example, someone can follow you back to your apartment building and then figure out which apartment you live in by looking at the panel. If tenants' names appear next to apartment numbers at your building, consider pointing out the risk to your landlord. At the least, request that your name be removed. If you have a tenants' association at your building, you can bring up the issue for discussion at the next meeting.

  • Report a broken intercom to your landlord immediately. If your intercom doesn't work, or if you notice that something's awry with the intercom panel in your building's lobby, tell your landlord. Remember, an intercom isn't just a convenience -- it's an important security measure. So, if your buzzer stops working or you have trouble hearing people in your lobby, you should bring this to your landlord's attention as soon as possible.

The Model AE1000Plus Commercial Telephone Entry System with Access Control - Four Doors is designed for use as a primary access control device for gated communities, parking garages, office buildings, apartments, dormitories, hotels/motels, commercial buildings and recreational facilities.

Housed in a locked, rugged stainless steel faced enclosure, the AE1000Plus features a side-lit 12-key telephone style keypad with bright, easy-to-read graphics, a backlit two-line directory display with programmable welcome message, a built-in microphone, speaker, and provision for an optional Model CCM-1A color CCTV camera. The cabinet is monitored with a magnetic tamper switch.

The four relay output channels can be programmed to control electric door strikes, magnetic locks, door & gate operators, or barrier gates.

The system utilizes hands-free, full duplex telephone communications between visitors and residents for granting access. Complete access control event logging, access time restriction, access location restriction, and administration functions are also available to manage the installation.

For easy programming, the AE1000Plus contains Linear's built-in browser-based AXNET software. The system can be programmed and maintained from any computer world-wide, without using dedicated computer software. The AE1000Plus is also compatible with Linear's powerful AccessBase2000 dedicated access control PC software.

The AE1000Plus is network ready. AE1000Plus units can be interconnected with Linear's AM3Plus and AE2000Plus Telephone Entry Systems through a 3-wire RS-485 or modem network. The AE1000Plus can be used in networks with the legacy AM-3, AE-1000, and AE-2000 Telephone Entry Systems in installations programmed with AccessBase2000 software only.

Two Wiegand inputs are available for connection of 26, 30, or 31 bit Wiegand devices (card readers, etc.). Three sets of PBUS inputs are available for connection to Linear's line of remote accessories.

Capabilities with AccessBase2000 Programming
Programming through dedicated PC

  • Up to 10,000 cardholders grouped in sets
  • Up to 24 card blocks with up to 1,900 cards each (45,600 total)
  • Up to 20,000 individually enrolled cards
  • Up to 24 transmitter blocks with up to 1,900 transmitters each (45,600 total)
  • Up to 20,000 individually enrolled transmitters
  • Up to 20,000 entry codes for cardholders
  • Up to 20,000 telephone directory codes for cardholders
  • 20,000 event log entries per unit
  • Up to 31 access time zones
  • Up to six PBUS and two Wiegand devices per unit


HubMax II: Secured Series Hub Max II Access Control System  


HubMax II is designed as a modular Access Control System in one or more sites. You can start as a single-door system and then easily plug in Door Control Modules (DCM) to create a perfectly tailored access control systems to grow as the requirements grow. Each HubMax II comes complete with a HubMax backplane, programming keypad, mounting enclosure and a single HubMax II Door Control Module (DCM). The backplane provides expansion slots for three more Door Control Modules allowing for up to four Door Control Modules. The HubMax II can be networked with other IEI controllers to create the ultimate flexibility in system design for up to 64 doors. HubMax II includes Hub Manager Professional software that can communicate to the Hub Max system either through RS232, *LAN/WAN, or via modem.

*LAN/WAN communication requires the purchase of IEI LAN/WAN device, Model SEG-1.


  • 2000 Users
  • Network up to 64 doors
  • 1500 Transaction storage per door
  • First-In Auto Unlock
  • Eight Timezones per door
  • 16 Holidays per door
  • Programmable with Hub Manager Professional Software
  • LAN/WAN Connectivity (requires IEI SEG-1)
  • Modem compatible (requires IEI SS-Modem)

 Bioscrypt FingerPrint Reader

The Bioscrypt fingerprint reader (for indoor use only) provides enhanced security and eliminates security breaches caused by lost or stolen access cards. This reader can be used in a combined card plus fingerprint mode via an integrated ioProx proximity card reader. It takes less than a second for the reader to confirm or deny access based on a database of fingerprints/cards from authorized users. The reader performs enrolment, identification and template storage for up to 4000 fingerprints all within a small ergonomic case.


Bioscrypt FingerPrint Reader Right View


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