Corbin Russwin’s Access 800 NE1 Offers Networked Access Control

March 12, 2008 — Facilities can expand their networked access control system with CORBIN RUSSWIN’s Access 800 NE1, a Wiegand-compatible Grade 1 lock with proximity reader.

The open architecture platform makes upgrading an existing access control system simple and cost effective. With the Access 800 NE1, mechanical door hardware—mortise locks, cylindrical locks and exit devices—can be added into an access control platform without additional software. Panel interface boards are available in two or four door versions.

The lockset allows complete door status monitoring including deadbolt monitor, latchbolt monitor and RX output. Access profiles can be changed from a PC connected to the system.

The Access 800 NE1 is available with the CL33800 cylindrical lock, ML20800 mortise lock and ED5000 Series exit device. Additional options include the Museo™ line of decorative levers and MicroShield™ antimicrobial coating.


For over 160 years, CORBIN RUSSWIN has been the premier manufacturer of architectural hardware, providing exceptional security and design solutions for institutions nationwide.