What is S2 security?
S2 Security is the leading developer of complete enterprise physical security solutions, including access control, video surveillance, event monitoring, digital signage, live Internet sourced real-time data and information feeds, mobile applications and cloud-based services.
What is an S2 system?
S2 NetBox Online is a cloud-based access control and event monitoring system that supports up to 64 portals. Features such as person record and cardholder management, event monitoring, threat level escalation and reporting are accessible from any web browser. There is no software to install.
What is S2 access?
S2 Magic Monitor is a unified display interface that joins access control, video surveillance, live internet feeds, security events and alarms, and credentials and access level management.
What is S2 network node?
S2 Network Node is an intelligent field panel that handles distributed processing for S2 NetBox® access control and event monitoring systems. Access control and events from connected devices are aggregated to the S2 NetBox web interface for centralized system management.
What is an S2 panel?
S2 Network Node VR is an intelligent field panel that brings access control and video management to the network edge in a single, compact device. S2 Network Node VR facilitates access control and event monitoring for S2 NetBox® and S2 Enterprise® controllers and delivers video surveillance for connected cameras.
What is S2 NetBox?
S2 NetBox is a full-featured, web-based access control and event monitoring system that supports up to 32 portals. Features such as person record and cardholder management, event and alarm monitoring, threat level escalation and reporting are accessible from any web browser. There is no software to install.
What is Z-Wave S2 security?
Wijgergangs: S2 is the newest security framework for Z-Wave devices. It enables manufacturers to offer best-in-class security without any compromises in terms of power consumption or latency by using a single command structure that replaces a previous three-step process.
How do I connect Z-Wave to SmartThings?
How to add generic Z-Wave devices to SmartThings
- Click the plus button and select ‘device’.
- Select the brand ‘Z-Wave’.
- Click ‘Generic Z-Wave Device’.
- Click ‘Start’.
- Follow your devices inclusion procedure.
- Name your device and click ‘Done’.
Can Bluetooth locks be hacked?
Representatives from Merculite Security tested 16 smart locks that relied on Bluetooth technology to operate. They found 75% of these locks had vulnerabilities that made them easy to hack.
How do I set up Z-Wave?
Setting up a Z-Wave network requires a two step process. First you need a Z-Wave controller that basically controls the entire network and is the brain of the Z-wave network. Next you need one or more devices to control with the Z-Wave controller. Z-Wave devices are for example light switches, motion sensors etc.