1802 Access Plus

Commercial Security | Industrial Security | Residential Security

1802 Access Plus

Control From Your Computer

The 1802 Access Plus is a PC Programmable Telephone Entry System with easy-to-use software, and provides simple voice communication from the entry point to the resident or tenant. With the easy-to-use Access Plus Account Manager Programming Software, you can customize the system immediately. The slim design means the 1802 is built to fit in tight spaces, and can hold up to 27 phone numbers – plus an additional 23 numbers when used with the 1816 Access Plus Intercom Expansion. Access Plus models do not have any programming display or electronic directory. Display area is covered with dark plastic on this model.

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