Our Easy Door system is a standalone, cloud-based Access Control system, that has been designed specifically for small-medium sized residential applications.
Easy Door utilises ‘Read/Write’ technology and can be programmed either locally on site, or remotely using the Easy Door website. However, Easy Door does not require an internet connection on site to be programmed or managed.
Yes, you read that right, it can be programmed remotely, without an internet connection on site.
If you’re interested in using our Easy Door Access Control system on an upcoming project, click below to get started…
What’s New in Easy Door?
What is Easy Door?
Easy Door is our standalone, cloud-based Access Control system, that is ideal for small-medium sized residential developments and is 1 of the 2 Access Control systems that we offer.
Easy Door was designed to manage a small number of controlled access points (i.e. doors & gates), as such it’s a very simple system to install, program and manage, consisting of only 4 elements,which are…
Yes, that’s it.
To install Easy Door, there’s no need to network the controllers together, as Easy Door does not require an internet connection (network) on site to function.
Easy Door can be programmed in 2 different ways; either locally, using the Easy Door Controller, or remotely using the Easy Door website (on the cloud).
Managing Easy Door remotely (on the cloud) gives you more flexibility & control of the site, as you can view system event logs, and even manage all of your Easy Door sites, from one central account.
The best bit?
You don’t need an internet connection on site to manage Easy Door remotely, on the cloud!
2 Wire Readers
Mifare Plus AES 128 Encryption
System Event Log
What Do Our Installers Say?
Ozzas Security Systems
Features & Integrations
Easy Door is an Access Control system that is ideal for small-medium sized residential projects that require a simple Access Control solution (i.e. no bells & whistles).
As such, Easy Door does not have the wide range of features that our IP Access Control system ‘IPassan’ has, simply because, it doesn’t need to, IPassan has that covered.
Instead, Easy Door has been specifically designed around providing a simple to program & manage, proximity or long-range, access control solution (i.e it doesn’t have many bells or whistles, but that does make it more cost effective).
Saying that, Easy Door does have some additional functionality, such as viewable system event logs & site configuration exports directly to/from excel – but that’s not what makes it special.
What makes Easy Door special is its flexibility, as it can be programmed & managed both locally & remotely (on the cloud), without an internet connection on site, we explain how this works below…
Remote Programming (On The Cloud)
Programming Easy Door remotely (on the cloud) is done via the Easy Door website, which can be used free of charge.
Remote programming is more scalable, and provides more functionality than programming in standalone mode (e.g. viewable system events & site configuration exports to/from Excel).
To program Easy Door remotely, first install the Easy Door controllers & readers; then you can leave site. Now, simply visit the Easy Door website, create a new site, plug in the Easy Door USB encoder into your PC and present the fobs to the encoder one by one. The fobs will automatically be encoded using ‘Read/Write’ technology.
Once all the fobs have been presented to the encoder, the system is programmed, and you can issue the fobs to the residents. Then, the first time the resident presents their fob to the reader, the controller is auto updated with their access permissions.
This means that to remotely manage Easy Door, no internet connection is required on site, as the residents’ access permissions are stored directly on the fob!
Remote Management (On The Cloud)
Programming & managing Easy Door remotely (on the cloud) makes site management simple, as the system can be managed from the comfort of your office.
If a resident loses their fob, you can simply encode a new fob on the Easy Door website and post it directly to the resident. Then, when the resident presents their new fob to the reader, the controller automatically deletes their lost fob whilst simultaneously adding their new fob to the database.
This means that an internet connection is not required on site for remote Easy Door management, as all the information (e.g. updated resident access permissions) is stored directly on the new fob, which auto-updates the controller when it’s first presented to the reader!
Managing Easy Door via the Easy Door website also provides additional functionality, such as site configuration exports directly to/from excel, and a system event log which can record up to 20,000 system events!
You can manage multiple Easy Door sites directly from the Easy Door website, from one central account, for free.
It’s called ‘Easy’ Door for a reason…
Easy Door Compared
So, we’ve told you what Easy Door is capable of, but how does it compare to equivalent competitor systems?
Well, the table below shows you just how Easy Door shapes up in the market place…
|Max No. of Fobs Per Site (Remote)||2,000||Can’t Connect Remotely||Can’t Connect Remotely||Can’t Connect Remotely|
|Max No. of Fobs Per Site (Standalone)||1,500||2,000||1,500||5,000|
|Encryption||Mifare Plus AES128||Mifare||Mifare||Mifare Classic|
|Number of System Events Stored||20,000||4,000||1,000||0|
|Doors per controller||1||2||1||1|
|Online Programming & Management|
|Local Programming & Management|
|System Event Log|
|System Event Backup|
|Excel Site Configuration Export/Import|
|2 Wire Readers|
|RF Readers Available?|
Disclaimer: The information in this table was accurate as of February 2022, and was taken from freely available online system brochures & other similar documentation.
Easy Door is designed for all small-medium sized residential projects that have a small number of users & controlled access points.
Easy Door is particularly ideal for value-engineered residential projects as it’s very cost-effective to install & manage; consisting of only 4 core system products, and managed using the license free Easy Door website.
As the Easy Door website allows you to manage multiple sites, from one central account, Easy Door is also ideal for multi-block developments that consist of multiple, single blocks requiring a standalone Access Control system for each block!
If, however, you’re looking for an Access Control system for a larger residential development, that requires a networked Access Control system across the whole site, don’t use Easy Door – instead, why not try our IP Access Control system IPassan?
If you just want a simple, cost effective Access Control system with no bells or whistles, then Easy Door is the system for you.
Easy Door can be used in any of the following residential applications…
New Build Systems
Single Block Developments
Why Choose Easy Door
Easy Door has been designed to provide a cost-effective Access Control solution that is simple to install, program & manage.
We named it ‘Easy’ Door for a reason…
Check out the 4 reasons below to find out why Easy Door should be your go to Access Control system for simple, small-medium sized residential applications…
Ease of Install
With only 4 component parts to install & program, and with no internet connection required on site meaning that there is no need to network the controllers together, installing Easy Door is simple, even if you’ve never installed it before.
With only 4 component parts to purchase, and a license free management software which prevents future site visits, Easy Door significantly reduces the cost of installation and management, making it great for projects on a tight budget.
Ease of Management
The Easy Door website allows you to manage all your Easy Door sites, from one central, cloud-based account. You’ll never have to visit site again, as you can manage the entire site remotely, from the comfort of your office.
Using high-level, Mifare Plus AES128 anti-clone fob encryption, and with an encrypted 2 wire connection between the readers and controllers, with Easy Door, you’re not compromising on security.