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ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS

What, exactly, is an access control system you ask... Access Control Systems allow you to have control over who goes where in your building and at what times they're authorized to enter particular areas.

It can be as small as a keypad on the storefront door to your business or as large as a 20+ door biometric system securing a 4 story office building. Most systems include event logging capabilities and can even be integrated with security cameras.

Call us for a FREE on-site survey where we can customize a system that will work best for your property.
 

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  • KEYPADS AND CARD READERS

  • BIOMETRIC FINGERPRINT READERS

  • REMOTE UNLOCKING (BUZZ IN)

  • VIDEO & INTERCOM SYSTEMS

  • ACCESS FROM YOUR MOBILE DEVICE

Stand Alone Systems

A stand alone system is usually battery powered and controls 1 door. This is great for a 1 or 2 door system when you want to go keyless or if you're not so concerned about auditing. It's also usually a lot cheaper. Another great application is an entrance that stays locked yet needs to be unlocked periodically for individuals that do not have the authority for regular access.  The locking device can be unlocked by a remote or wall mounted switch from the secure side of the door to allow entry of an individual briefly. Upon closing of the door, the locking device secures the door until the remote or switch has been activated again. This is known as REMOTE RELEASE (aka buzzed in). A keypad or card reader can be installed on the outside of the door, if you prefer, for authorized entry without a key. This type of access control is usually seen in a doctors office at the patient entry door or maybe at a law office, bank, school or any place where the public can access a secure area of the building but needs temporary permission by an authorized person.

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