The Cyber Country Systems Maxxnet Security and Control Systems are well suited for prisons. Allowing control of doors, cell doors, intercom, cameras, lights, take-over and other prison control functions. We currently maintain three access control systems.
The Cyber Country Systems Maxxnet Security and Control Systems have been implemented by the County of Missoula, Montana since 1999 when it was first used in the Detention Facility. The Detention Facility is a 392-bed facility that is controlled by the Maxxnet hardware and software. It is controlled by 18 programmable logic controllers (PLCs). These controllers were updated in 2017 to the latest PLC2015 version. This system includes the control of detention doors, intercom stations, lights and perimeter security; along with the integration of the Facility’s video system.
Missoula County also uses Maxxnet for most of its other buildings including the Courthouse Complex, Health Departments, Administration Buildings, Fair, Public Works Complex, Record Storage and Warehouses. In these buildings, carded security doors and gates are controlled by Maxxnet using 36 intelligent device controllers (IDCs). Along with controlling security doors, about 100 “panic buttons” are also integrated into the system.