Remote Account Manager Software (1830 Series)
• Transfer data from your PC to and from the entry system.
Use this program with DKS models 1833, 1834, 1835, and 1837 Telephone Entry and Access Control Systems, and with the model 1838 Multi Door Card Access System.
• Easily connect your PC to the entry system.
Program from anywhere with turnkey DKS connection options: IM Server Modem, IM Server Client, and DKS Cellular.
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Account Manager Software (Access Plus Series)
• Manage multiple Access Plus systems from your PC.
Computer programming and control for use with the DKS Access Plus Telephone Entry series 1802AP, 1808AP, 1810AP, 1812AP, and 1838AP.
You can create new accounts, program security and permission levels, card and transmitter numbers, hold open time zones, holiday schedules, elevator control functions, and more!
IMPORTANT! If you have an earlier version of the Access Plus software, use the UPDATE button in that version, otherwise the existing database may not function with the new version.
Smart Open - Digital Locks
• DoorKing Android Digital Lock Manager.
Managers can monitor access, and users can activate their entry code using their smartphone, with Manager and User apps free from the Google Play Store.
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DK Card Scanner Software
• The Secure Solution to Identify Unmarked Proximity Cards
DKS offers a range of reliable proximity cards for a full line of card readers. Through daily use, the identifying number on the cards may become illegible. Additionally, many Access Managers will select cards without identifying numbers in order to keep an even tighter reign on security. The question then arises: how can Access Managers identify owners of lost cards, or easily identify cards that require access credential updates?
The new secure solution is the DK Card Scanners. Simply download the Card Scanner software, plug the Card Scanner into your PC’s USB port and place the card in question on the scanner. The card scanner software will then return the identification number of the card. Access Managers can then look up the card identification number in the access control system to determine who the card is assigned to, determine what the access credentials are, and make any revisions to the status of the card.
A simple answer to a simple problem.
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