What is Access Control?
Access control is crucially important for the security of buildings, property, employees and their belongings. It is about controlling and regulating who has access to, around and within buildings. The degree of complexity of the access control system can vary in accordance with the end users requirements.
Access Control for standalone doors in the home and business
Standalone access control solutions provide digital keypad and or proximity readers for standalone doors where access and egress are the only requirements. There are a variety of these products offering a wide range of features and solutions that are both cost effective and user friendly.
Access Control for small to medium sized commercial properties
Networked access control can be used as a standalone system for a single door or as a networked system. Networked systems can comprise of one or several access points that are individually controlled and are connected to a central host or server. They transfer information in real-time about door access. The whole system is networked in such a manner that the operator finds it easy and simple to manage from a central location.
Access Control for commercial properties
Scalable card and fob access control systems are designed to facilitate the most demanding requirements for any size of enterprise. These systems are highly flexible and feature rich.
Single or multi user systems for one or more sites. The control begins delivering its applications at the car park barrier, through to the buildings entry points. With readers placed on internal doors and elevator control it can limit movement around the building. The reader installed at access points is dependent on how secure a room needs to be.