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Access control

Access control

Video Entry

Video Entry

If you’re looking for a cutting edge and easy option to control who’s able to access your property, access control will provide you with a way to do this. This type of system can be used by residential owners, but business owners will find that it’s a great way to manage a building. Even small business owners can enjoy the benefits. Most businesses tend to make many keys to a high variety of locks.

These keys could be out there somewhere among the public because they’ve been stolen or because duplicate keys have been made. This can reduce the security of your business. It also means that you, as a business owner, will be required to constantly rekeying your locks as a way to try to maintain your company’s security.

Access control

Access control

Buzz in with access control

Access control can provide you with the solution to this dilemma. All employees have to do to access your business is to buzz in. This allows you to only let those whom you trust into your building. It also eliminates the problem of keeping regular locks unlocked all day which increases the chance of an undesirable person entering your business.

With this system, doors remain locked at all times. Access is granted through a key fob and timing or pin-code or proxy card. Only trusted employees will ever get into your business through secure doors.

The Access Control system works by giving you the option to designate different access codes to different doors. You can even designate different codes for different individuals. For convenience, you can set up the front main door with a single one pin-code for all employees with different doors having different pin codes. This allows you to limit access to certain areas of your business, if that is what you would like to do. You have two choices: a PC access control system and a stand alone access system which does not need a network connection or computer.