finger scan access control system

Access Control Systems.

Every business needs access control to some degree. The goal, when specifying an access control solution, is to create one that reflects the real and future needs of your company. The appropriate access control system is cost-effective, reliable, and scalable, meets your realistic needs, and is user-friendly for you and your end user. Additionally, access control areas should be reviewed and assessed for improvement, including auditing and reporting features, authentication requirements to meet all relevant regulatory requirements, biometric solutions, CCTV integration, identity access management, mobile solutions, remote access to the system, tracking individual badge holders, and visitor management.

Types Of Access Control Systems.

stand alone access control system

Stand Alone

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  • Programmed at the Device
  • Limited Reports
  • Single Point of Access - Closed
kiosk entry access control system

Kiosk Entry

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  • Uses an internet or cellular connection to call a tenant to gain access
  • Can also use codes, credentials, or apps for entry
  • Can have multiple access points - expandable
  • Can be accessed remotely for programming and reports
  • Can provide community information
ip access control system

IP Access

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  • Uses a network to connect controllers
  • Easily expandable and scalable over multiple locations
  • Can use multiple credential types
  • Can be programmed on-site and remotely via a network or internet connection
  • Used to control access to doors, gates, cabinets or any secured area
multi tenant access control system

Multi Tenant

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  • Can be stand alone or connected
  • Wireless locks that are battery powered
  • Can be conntected to ther access systems
AVI access control system

AVI Systems

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  • Used for gate access
  • No user interface
  • Automatic Identification
Panel access control system

Panel System

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  • Panels are located in a central location or distributed
  • All wires run from the access devices back to the panels
  • Easy to scale and or add to
  • Usually programmed on-site but can be programmed remotely
  • Used to control access to doors, gates, cabinets or any secured area
  • Can use multiple credential types