Access Control

Access control is connected to everything today from our emails, bank accounts, social media and more. At this point, emails and passwords aren’t used, so we use access keypads, access cards, and modern bio-metric systems. (Facial recognition/fingerprints/iris scanners) We have the solution for your access control needs. From keypads to cards, to modern biometric systems. […]

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Access control is connected to everything today from our emails, bank accounts, social media and more. At this point, emails and passwords aren’t used, so we use access keypads, access cards, and modern bio-metric systems. (Facial recognition/fingerprints/iris scanners)

We have the solution for your access control needs.

From keypads to cards, to modern biometric systems.

Access control systems put you in the position to not only manage who has access to a particular location, but to also limit when they have access. (e.g. weekdays or weekends only, certain times of day) We can keep track of how often credentials are used as well as limit entry accounting for when they leave.

Do you have a 24 hr doorman service? Maybe a security booth? A picture then of the card holder can be presented to ensure only authorized users gain access.

Card Access

Card access systems have numerous options available, from stand-alone models, server managed, to even cloud based solutions.

Some systems we service…

Honeywell, Interlogix, Linear, CDVI, DOORKING, IEI, Keri Systems, Speco Technologies, AWID, and more.

Card access systems allow for “photo badging”, where their company identification is printed on the access control card. Badge printers, blank cards, and printable media is available to service your needs. Card systems are affordable and secure providing durable solutions to unauthorized access situations.

Our catalog also includes key-fobs, sun-visor cards for vehicle access, and coin-sized wallet inserts.

The most challenging issue with card systems is incompatibility. Over 80 different standards on the market today there’s no wonder compatibility is an issue.

When ordering additional credentials, we’ll help. Last thing you want to do is make the wrong purchase especially since many of these orders are non-refundable, with little recourse.

Keypad Access

Similar to what you’re used to when putting your card in an ATM terminal, the right number is all you need. Keypad systems are available as stand-alone solutions or can be integrated into larger access control systems. Anti-passback and identity features are also available even if the user is only using a code.

Need a more sophisticated Keypad system?

Our combination systems integrate keypads with card readers and even bio-metrics. These keypad systems can heighten security, requiring multiple credentials to be presented to gain access.

Bio-metric Access

These are great! No key’s, codes, or cards to forget, misplace or steal. Essentially you are the credentials. There are many advantages to bio-metric access control systems.

They can save you money as well since your bio-metrics never change. Live tissue detection prevents gruesome and more mundane avenues of falsifying credentials.

Bio-metric Access Systems have come a long way in the last ten years. Gaining access simply requires presenting your face, finger, palm, or eye to be scanned.

Bluetooth/Phone Access

Isn’t everything Bluetooth compatible today?

Yes, that’s right your smartphone just got smarter. One of the most recent additions to the “Access Control family” is something you’re more than likely already familiar with.

How convenient, you can manage your system from your smartphone. The idea is that people are less likely to misplace their phones than almost any other item. These systems utilize WiFi, Bluetooth, and mobile data. All of them work off an app and require a license (per-device) to activate. 

Since your phone is what enables your access, be sure to keep them charged.

Barcode Access

Because of QR Codes, barcodes have made a return to the Access Control arena. Barcode systems use a camera to read the code and allow for additional flexibility over conventional systems.

It is easy to generate a Barcode for one time use, providing limited access. As a bonus, Barcodes are also easy to email, and can be presented with a phone making it easy to manage infrequent visitors or guests. There are no cards to purchase, no codes to disclose, and no physical interaction necessary to pass the credentials.