Access Control

Access control devices and systems comprise an important part of every security system. Even the simplest single-door access control system includes at least an electric strike to automatically unlock the door, a timer to make sure that the door does not stay open all day, and a bell or light to indicate when the door is opened or that it has not reclosed properly. In a large-scale security system, there may be intrusion alarms, exit alarms, closed-circuit surveillance, guards and patrols, physical barriers and turnstiles, and a variety of other devices and systems. The combined advantages of these elements constitute an effective physical security system.

Organizations benefit from access control systems to manage access and protect people, assets and property. Access control solutions secure your facilities, assets, networks and cloud resources.

The main objective of the Access Control is to begin with – protect physical, and human assets. This requires restricting unauthorized people from reaching pre-defined areas. Moreover, the basic question of who, where and when with adequate flexibility and scalability needs to be addressed with a door access control system.


  • Track and deter access throughout your organization.
  • Assists in auditing of movement and time and attendance of staff.
  • Restrict access to sensitive areas
  • Provide a safer working environment.


Physical access control systems utilize different types of technologies for physical entry authorization:

• Card Credentials
• Keypad (keycode)
• Biometrics (retna, fingerprint, etc)
• Mobile Access

Multi-technology readers are available that allow organizations to use multiple types of credentials, as well as a keypad and biometic scanning.

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