Access Control System

Access control systems are an excellent way of managing who can enter a building, what parts of a building they are allowed access to and when they can access any area. The system will also log all events (doors open /closing etc.) and by whom and at what time. It can also log when a valid try of the door was attempted and by whom. The electronic access control system grants access based on the credential presented. When access is granted, the door is unlocked for a predetermined time and the transaction is recorded. When access is refused, the door remains locked and the attempted access is recorded. The system will also monitor the door and alarm if the door is forced open or held open too long after being unlocked. Access control systems are made up of a controller, keypad and access control devices wired to the controller to control doors and gates.

The devices that can be connected to Access Control System are:

Swipe Card Reader:
This reader requires a valid card to be swiped at the reader to gain access to a door. The access rights of the card will determine whether access is grant or declined. It provides the perfect balance between reliable functionality and design aesthetics to meet the security needs.

Proximity Reader:
This reader provides the same functions as a swipe reader except that you only need to hold a valid card or tag within 2-10cm of the reader. The reader can read the information on the card or tag from a small distance.

By using a 4-8 digit code allows access if the code is valid. The keypad allows multiple users with individual access codes. The Swipe and Proximity readers all can have addition keypads which means both methods must be used to gain access for higher security access.

Magnetic Lock:
This is a powered lock which bonds the face plate which is attached to the door with the magnet attached to the header of the door. These come in all sizes and holding force to suit most door types. Typical single door electromagnetic locks are offered in both 600 lbs. and 1200 lbs. dynamic holding force capacities.

Exit Push Button: These push buttons are typically used as “request to exit” devices in access control applications.

  • The biometric control system is professional fingerprint access and time attendance control system. It uses a fingerprint instead of a card system for access. This can we widely be used in confidential places for its easy installation and high security.
  • Helps to securely restrict access to sensitive operations, perimeters, and assets
  • No keycards or passwords to manage
  • Eliminates keycard and password sharing
  • Identity authentication based on physical attributes
  • Uses fingerprint, iris, facial and other identification technologies
  • Integrates with existing access control systems
  • Easy to manage and administer on an individual user basis
  • A federally compliant access control solution