Access Control Systems
Our systems allow you to control entry and movement within your property. We provide options to suit individual needs from simple access to sophisticated IP networked systems.
Over 30 Years Experience
Over 30 Years Experience
Access Control System Installation
Access Control Systems enable you to control who has access to your building. Above all, every business should be protected from theft. Consequently, buildings that are secured by locks and keys, commonly have doors that are left unlocked all day. Therefore this opens up the possibilities for opportunist theft and malicious damage.
Tokens are issued to allow access through the controlled doors and are easily deleted from the system if they are lost, stolen or just not returned by someone who leaves your company. As a result deleted tokens will not allow access through any controlled doors.
Our Access Control Systems
When installing our systems, you will be provided with the most efficient and convenient way of securing your building. After installing an Access Control System, you will never have to change a lock again if a key is lost or stolen.
Enhance Your Security
We have over 30 years experience in the security sector and we guarantee that we can enhance the security of your business or property.
Interested in an Access Control System?
Access control for residential/small offices installations, a standalone system may be enough. Not to mention each device is stand alone, and all access codes/cards are programmed into the device. Every time you need to change the access data you may need to program it again in the device.
PC based networked access control installations can offer total control to an organisation, recording all events and therefore providing reports on all movements around the building.
In this case, you should go for a PC based network access control system, where you can grant and revoke access to specific cards, for specific areas for a specific date and time.
• Proximity – the most popular by far. With several card types, fobs for key rings the cards offer ID printing options and the read range varies from 30mm to over 3m depending on the technology used.
• Card swipe – being used less and less but still used, the cards offer ID printing options.
• Biometric – why carry a card when your fingerprint will do, or retina, or palm, or voice, or even face and body profile.
• Coded access – via a keypad. Additionally, this might contain one common code for all users or have individual user codes.