Access Control

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Access Control 2018-08-29T15:09:05+00:00

Secure your facility and increase your piece of mind with state-of-the-art access control systems including:

Keypads

In its simplest form, keypads are an alphanumeric, code-based access control system. Management assigns either one general access code or individual codes to everyone that is allowed access into sensitive areas. The newer models of keypads can be a combination of keypad technology and proximity card readers.

Biometric Readers

Biometric readers are the highest level of controlled access security, providing a personal identification system that uses the unique biological characteristics of an employee to keep your business secure. The system can also be programmed to shut down access at certain times of the day, such as after normal office hours.

Electric Door Strikes

Electric strikes are the most commonly used electric door locks used to secure businesses today. Electric strikes can integrate with the central controller of an access control system, and can even be attached to a buzzer that can manually turn open the strikes, allowing entry. Electric strikes can be installed during new construction or retrofitted when you are ready to implement an access control system.

Maglocks

Maglocks – Magnetic locks, commonly known as Maglocks, are entry locks that use magnets to apply pressure and keep doors closed. You often find Maglocks installed on glass doors and entry gates.

Proximity Card Readers

With over 100 million key cards used to secure buildings, proximity card readers are one of the most common forms of access control by businesses today. Easy-to-use and understand, proximity readers and key cards are programmed to allow access on a per-card and per-user basis. The system can even be programmed to shut down access at certain times of the day, such as after normal office hours.