Ascent X1 – Cellular Telephone Entry System with Keypad

(2 customer reviews)

Model 16-X1

When you need a cellular telephone entry and access control system in one with a camera, Ascent X1 has you covered. Control up to two gates or doors and grant access via app, text, voice, keypad, call button, directory call, or Wiegand device!

Why Is Cellular Better?

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Spec Sheet: Ascent X1 (16-X1) – Cellular Telephone Entry System with Keypad

Quick Start Guide: Ascent X1

Wiring Guide: Wiegand Device to Ascent

Description

Our cellular telephone entry systems are backed by 4G LTE cellular technology and are powered by our simple, cloud-based Summit Control software platform.

Our flagship Ascent X1 set the standard for cellular access control when it debuted in 2014 and continues to do so today. It features both a call button for telephone entry as well as the fast and simple convenience of a keypad.

This unit feature app, text, and voice control, back-to-back calling of up to 3 phone numbers, and simultaneous calling of up to 10 upon call button press.

Features

  • 4G LTE cellular
  • High-definition Ascent Camera for still photos
  • Photo push notifications
  • 2 Wiegand inputs
  • Control via 7 different control methods
  • Control up to 2 gates/doors
  • Cloud-based access control management
  • Up to 10,000 app, text, and voice users
  • Up to 1,000 keypad codes
  • Rollover calling—up to 3 phone numbers
  • Broadcast calling—up to 10 phone numbers
  • Location-Based Access Control (LBAC)
  • Push and/or email event and status notifications
  • Ascent Link integration

Other Great Features

  • 7-day timers
  • Holiday timers
  • Special-event timers
  • Temporary users with permission limits
  • Quick temporary user setup
  • Audit trail with detailed reports
  • “Do Not Disturb” mode
  • Stainless-steel faceplate
  • Powder-coated, galvanized steel enclosure
  • Lighted keypad and call button

Versatile & Convenient
Control your gate from anywhere using a computer, tablet, or phone.

An Ascent with a View
Get visual ID on all visitors to your property with photo push notifications; get photos automatically or whenever you choose.

Location-Based Access Control
Users must be within a defined distance from the unit to open the gate or door.

Get Connected Every Time
Assign multiple phone numbers to be called in order or simultaneously upon call button press, ensuring a connection is always made.

Powered by Summit Control­™

Unit includes a GSM SIM card ready for activation.

Two-Year Limited Warranty

Made in the USA from Global Materials

IMPORTANT!
Always complete a site survey to make sure you have cellular coverage. Our cellular products run on the AT&T 4G LTE network.
This is a cellular accessory for a gate/door, so an uninterrupted cellular connection cannot be guaranteed.
An emergency egress or primary entry mechanism should always be used (transmitter, fire box, mechanical release).
Consult with your dealer, distributor, and/or system designer for more information.

2 reviews for Ascent X1 – Cellular Telephone Entry System with Keypad

  1. Ryan Hofmeister

    My company has installed many of these with out issue and it is our go to cellular unit. Programing or guiding our customer to program online is simple and installation is easy. Highly recommend this product.

  2. Jonathan Thompson

    I have installed several of these and I have to say I am impressed. The quality is great and they are easy to install. The end user has complete control over the programming and database management. The ONLY reason I didn’t give 5 stars was because of the monthly fee accompanied with it. It’s tiered at $19.99/month for basic features, all the way to $39.99/month for the most advanced features. My customers want to go cellular to get away from monthly fees involved with landlines and the increasingly difficult to find provider of traditional POTS lines. Considering the monthly fees charged and the cost of a cellular line added onto an existing plan you’re not really saving much money. You do get convenience though. From what I’ve seen AAS would sell more of these if they would drop the price on those fees.

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