Business door access control systems
Every business or company has their private areas in which they would like to limit access. We have developed our access control systems to ensure that security in private areas is beefed. With our systems, you will not have a problem controlling unauthorized access in certain areas within the company. We understand that you might have a wide range of security issues within your organisations.
Stand alone access control system
As a result, we have a plethora of access control systems, from simple to complex ones. Our systems can fit any application, from industrial, military, financial, and health facilities. They come with simple yet highly sophisticated features to meet all your security needs. The intercoms and video intercoms work flawlessly to help you control access to specific spaces in your company.
Stand alone access control systems offer high performance and reliability and it’s suitable for single-entry point access control systems. The system is used to keep the door closed during the day. It has a keypad built in a fob reader on the outside and an exit button on the inside. Also, an emergency button is fitted and accessed from the inside.
For functionality, the stand alone access control system has an electromagnet installed to keep the door closed all the time. The electromagnet releases the door for five seconds if an access code is entered on the keypad successfully or if a valid key fob is presented to the keypad from the outside. The same five-second electromagnetic release is maintained if the exit button is pressed from the inside. Pressing the emergency button leaves the door open and it doesn’t close. Lastly, the keypad can accommodate up to 500 user codes and keyfobs.
PC based access control system
PC based or “Networked” access control is used to keep one or many doors open during the day. The access control system can be managed from a PC or a smart device thus allowing you to give or deny access to the person outside. The system has a keyfob reader on the outside and an exit button and an emergency button on the inside.
For functionality, the system has an electromagnetic installation that releases the door to open for five seconds once a valid keyfob is presented or the exit button is pressed. The door does not close when the emergency button is pressed. For maximum security, every keyfob is given a unique code. The unique code allows you to identify the person and the time the door was accessed. Such information is stored on your computer via an internet connection.