From just a single door to hundreds we can provide you with an electronic access control system for your needs.
Available systems using either pin codes or access cards or fobs and in some cases both together for heightened security or even 2 different cards can be required to enter an area.
An electronic access control system with AUDIT TRAIL will allow you to track the movement of people throughout your building and allows you to monitor and restrict the movement of employees and clients within your organization.
Card access allows you to create complete denial of entry for some while giving temporary or full access to others. If a card is lost or stolen it can be disabled easily without the need for costly rekeying of locks.
- Up to 100 door access control with 10000 users, 1000 access levels and 25000 event buffer.
- Embedded web server and built in ethernet port for management from your web browser.
- Free software.
- Easy enrollment via special access cards without giving access to the system.
- Optional USB card enroller reader.
- Multiple sites can be treated as 1 local system via internet.
ACCESS CONTROL vs MANUAL CHECKS
Manual checks are time-consuming and error-prone. Business teams can’t make informed decisions about access because they don’t understand the value of risk at stake. Companies have invested in many types of tech to solve the issue, but they’re disconnected and require too much manual work. People spend time managing controls, matching up data, wading through false positives, and documenting all that work for auditors.
Why use an access control system instead of keys?
If someone loses a key, you need to replace the lock to make sure the lost key can’t be misused. You then need to distribute new keys to everyone who needs access to that door.
If someone needs to enter many different buildings and rooms, they’ll need a large number of keys, which are inconvenient to carry and use. It can be difficult to remember which key is for which door, but it’s too much of a security risk to label them.
You can’t see if and when someone’s used a key, so you don’t know who’s entered or at what time.