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Paxton launches PaxLock Pro wireless door entry solution with upgraded Net2Air bridge

Access control developer Paxton has launched PaxLock Pro, a wireless door entry solution, along with upgraded Net2Air bridge, the connector for the Net2 wireless range.

Both products – along with the rest of the Net2 range – will be showcased to installers at a number of events being held around the UK throughout October and November.

PaxLock Pro, which can operate in standalone mode or as part of a networked system, has a compact design and is, according to Paxton, easy to install – a hallmark of the Brighton-based company’s products.


PaxLock Pro has a compact, universal design with anti-scratch fascia, with internal and external models available and a choice of black or white versions too. This means it’s suitable for a wide range of environments, including residential buildings, educational facilities, healthcare sites and commercial buildings.


  • Operates in standalone mode or as part of a networked system
  • Simple upgrade path from standalone to networked
  • No extra hardware required so solution can evolve with customer needs
  • Capacitive wake-up
  • Arrives ready to fit. Paxton says it’s quick to install and easy to replace an existing door handle
  • Internal and external versions available
  • Choice of black or white design
  • Anti-scratch fascia

The more discrete design of the latest incarnation of Net2Air bridge, which provides the wireless communication link between Net2 software and wireless control units like PaxLock Pro, facilitates positioning on a wall or ceiling for optimal coverage.

Status LEDs are clearly displayed. Paxton says installation can be done in an easy three-step process.

Paxton says

“The PaxLock Pro represents Paxton’s third generation of wireless door handle and comes as a direct response to customer feedback, following two-years in development, we believe it is our best yet,” said Gareth O’Hara, Paxton’s chief sales officer.

“The versatility of the product allows us to address networked and non-networked systems, internal and external doors, we believe the PaxLock Pro is the must have product for Paxton installers everywhere. We continuously strive to meet our customers’ expectations and have worked tirelessly to ensure the product is robust, durable and aesthetically pleasing in equal measures.

“The launch of the Net2Air bridge perfectly complements the PaxLock Pro with its aesthetically pleasing design. Both new products will be available for installers to purchase on 23 October 2018.”

Product showcase

Paxton is holding product showcases of the PaxLock Pro, Net2 Air bridge and rest of the Net2 range at locations around the UK throughout October and November. Paxton experts will answer questions and provide tips on selling to various vertical markets and hands-on product demonstrations. All companies in attendance will receive a free copy of the Net2 Pro Software. Secure your space at your nearest event.

For further information about the PaxLock Pro, please speak to your local sales rep.

About Paxton

Founded in 1985, Paxton employs over 300 people across its Brighton head office and several international sales offices. All products are manufactured at the Paxton factory in Eastbourne and exported to over 60 countries.

The video door entry solutions developer has been listed among London Stock Exchange Group’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Europe, was named in The Sunday Times 100 best companies to work for and won Company of the Year at Brighton and Hove Business Awards.

Its Net2 Entry Premium Monitor recently won the award for best access control hardware in the Benchmark Magazine Innovation Awards 2018. And CEO Adam Stroud was named among the top 10 influencers in physical security tech by IFSEC Global.

Paxton provides free training to all installers globally. Its products are adapted to cater for the regional differences called for in the global market and all purchases are backed by the company’s localised technical support with a five-year guarantee and ‘hassle-free’ returns policy.

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