Introduction to Access Control
Our assessment includes investigation of the number of people that require access, the number of doors to be covered, the type of premises and contents, the intended hours of operation and any needs for remote access and networking.
We offer 3 different types of access control systems to suit every requirement. Our systems are backwards compatible, scalable and flexible.
Standalone Access Control
Our standalone access control is a non-networked system made up of readers or simple door controllers located at each door. Standalone systems are administered via the use of tokens or card packs. These systems are more affordable and can be suited to small to medium sized premises.
Networked Access Control
Our networked access control systems are administrated using one or more PC’s and can be monitored and managed from a central location to control multiple doors within a building, or even link several premises via existing LAN/WAN. Our door controllers come as IP, wireless or battery powered.
Our networked access systems offer control features to manage access privileges and report on user movements. Other features include multiple workstations, CCTV and alarm integration and site graphics. Advanced features like timesheet and timeline, Landlord tenant, fire alarm and multi-zone intruder alarm integration, security lockdown, anti-passback and card designer can also be incorporated.