LB7000 Lockbox (only works with ZKAccess panels)

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This state-of-the-art “lockbox” enables Facility Managers to instantly lockdown all doors on a campus, and was designed primarily in response to the horrific rash of active shooter incidents, most notably in schools. A wall-mounted hardware device with a soft touch keypad, the LB7000 lockbox acts as a simple switch and can instantly lockdown all the doors on a campus. The LB7000 also offers the option of locking down only a grouping of pre-defined doors. If, for example, a campus has only two buildings, the Facilities Manager can opt to create two groups, one for each building. If a threat is reported in only one building, the Facilities Manager can accordingly lockdown all the doors in that one particular building, while keeping the doors in the other building open so occupants there can evacuate unencumbered.

The LB7000 is easy to program and has an auto-discovery feature that detects and lists onscreen all the door controllers on the network. Facility Managers simply select whether they’d like to lock down all the doors during an emergency or create groups of doors they can lockdown. When Facility Managers want to invoke an actual lockdown, all they need do is press the LB7000 “Lockdown” soft key. If door-groupings have been created, they only need to select whichever group of doors they wish to be locked down. Once the emergency no longer exists, they can later press the LB7000 “recover” soft key, which causes the building’s access control system to resume normal operation.

Features

  • Sleek and elegant design
  • Flash and go reader is highly accurate and extremely fast
  • Relay outputs for electric lock and alarm; Digital inputs for door status sensor and exit switch
  • 3-inch TFT color display and touch screen for ease of operation and enrich user experience
  • Audio Visual indication using speakers and LEDs
  • Can also be used in PIN only mode
  • Free Access Control Software for managing the readers and programming time zones, groups and collecting logs
  • Can work independent of computer and you can also download the logs and backup users on a USB flash drive
  • Wiegand input and output for connecting third party card readers or controllers for dual factor authentication

Specification

Capacity

Card 30,000
Transactions 100,000

Display

Color 3″ TFT LCD display

Power

Current Draw 12 V DC, 1 Amp

Dimensions

Length 6 1/4” (160 mm)
Width 4 1/4” (105 mm)
Depth 1 1/2” (36 mm)

Optional Function

Mifare standalone Mifare card reader

Communication

Communication RS232/RS485
Communication TCP/IP
Communication USB-Host

Environment

Operating Temperature 32-113 F (0-45 C)
Operating Humidity 20% to 80%

Packaging

Dimensions 12” x 9” x 4”
Weight 3 lbs (48 ozs.)

 

Downloads

Data Sheet LB7000 Data Sheet Download
Installation Guide LB7000 Installation Download
User Manual LB7000 Manual Download