Electronic access control is far superior to old fashion keys or combinations.
Keys tend to be lost or stolen requiring an expensive re-keying of your locks(s).
Doors can be opened and buildings accessed with no idea who or when.
Electronic access provides a method to uniquely define individuals and all of our systems
keep detailed logs of who accessed a door and when.
You can even define schedules to prevent off-hours access by non-authorized employees.
We offer a range of access control solutions from a single door
to the management of multiple buildings.
We can control doors, garages, security gates or any device that can accommodate an electric lock.
We can use all popular access methods: key codes, key chain fobs, employee badges or wireless.
Adding a keypad with unique entry codes is the simplest (and cheapest) method.
Fobs and employee badges are the most widely used, but have an added expense.
The most common control for yards and garages is through the use of wireless transmitters (or "clickers").
We can provide uniquely coded transmitters that allow access to be tracked by individual user or vehicle.
The primary purpose of electronic access controls is for employee management not theft protection.
It is almost always easier for the thief to break in through a window, wall or the roof
than a secure door.
For theft protection, you need an alarm system.