FlexAir® – Connects everything in one system

– Access control, booking, info-screens, elevator and alarm integration and much more in one operational system

  • The FlexAir® concept

    FlexAir® is an access control system build to provide flexibility, high quality and high security. The system consists of readers, centrals, and software, which all come in
    various forms and sizes and can be combined to fit your needs and wishes.

  • Flexible, secure and user-friendly

    Prima’s FlexAir® access control system is flexible, secure and user-friendly. Flexible, because its thoughtful design and quality components make it almost infinitely upgradable. Secure, because it includes tried-and-tested hardware and state-of-the-art software. And user-friendly, because it’s been designed around the needs of those tasked with administering it – first and foremost.

  • Expand your system to manage new needs

    The entire system can be expanded to cope with additional entrances and exits, to manage any combination of standalone and on- and offline doors, and to control the comings and goings of one to 100,000 people. Regardless of the size and functionality of the system you choose, you can be guaranteed that it will always share these features – and the same components – ensuring that it never becomes obsolete.

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SensoLock®: A SensoLock® is mounted on the office door. The residents can open or lock the door by holding a pre-programmed access tag in front of the reader and turning the knob.

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Door communication: When a visitor calls from the door station at the front entrance, the resident can see the visitor on their smartphone and let the visitor in. The smartphone can also receive and display important messages sent from the administrator via the Nova software.

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EvoLock®: An EvoLock® An EvoLock® handle with an integrated MIFARE reader can also be mounted on the office door. Residents can unlock the door by holding a pre-programmed access tag in front of the reader and pressing down the handle.

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Door station: The building has a display door station with built-in reader and camera. The access rights to the reader can be set in the Nova software.

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Digital mailboxes: The digital mailboxes are mounted with display name tags and electronic locks. The access rights are defined in the Nova software, where names and apartment numbers are also created and updated.

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Elevator control: When residents use their access tag at the door station, they are simultaneously given access to ride the elevator to their apartment floor. As an alternative, a Nexus reader can be installed in the elevator itself, where residents must register their access tag to ride the elevator to their designated floor. The administrator can define the access rights in the Nova software at any time.

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Readers: Outdoor reader: Outdoor reader: At the back entrance of the building, a Nexus reader in a vandal shield is mounted. The residents can use the same access tag here as the one they use at the front entrance and at their office door. A Nexus reader with a keypad can also be installed as an alternative.

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Parking or traffic light control: At the building’s parking basement, there is installed a remote control reader and antenna. This makes it possible for the driver to open a gate or parking barrier from a 15-20 meters distance with a remote control, depending on the conditions.