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Design, Installation and Service for all your Access Control Systems Requirements

Access control systems are used to allow authorised people to enter a certain location. A type of security device is used to restrict access to areas within buildings or properties.


These devices use technology to identify individuals and allow them entry into certain areas based on predefined criteria. They are usually based on RFID technology and use either magnetic access control cards or electronic keys. In most cases, you have to register an ID card or key to gain entry into the facility. 


From configuring automatic door locking to monitoring alarm systems, by using our access control software you can manage your commercial premises with ease.

With our range of commercial access control solution products, you can be sure that your business is protected against unauthorised access and unwanted intruders, as well as providing convenience for your employees and customers by enabling more efficient and controlled entry and exit, reducing queueing times and improving the overall visitor experience.

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An effective access control system can help secure your business, monitor access to the premises and improve physical security measures.

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Ensure that visitors and employees have access to the correct areas of your premises while tracking their location for accountability and emergency purposes.

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We'll make it simple and straightforward to integrate a new access control system or upgrade your existing system to enhance your security.


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What is the purpose of access control?

The primary purpose of access control is to regulate and manage access to physical and digital assets, ensuring that only authorised users can access restricted areas or information. This helps to protect sensitive information and assets from unauthorised access, theft, or damage.

What are the 4 types of access control?

The four main types of access control are: Discretionary Access Control (DAC) Mandatory Access Control (MAC) Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) Rule-Based Access Control (RBAC)

What is the best type of access control?

The best type of access control depends on the specific needs and requirements of your organisation. Each type has its strengths and weaknesses, but we will discuss these with you to help you install the one that best meets your security needs.

Do access control systems work when the power is out?

It depends on the type of access control system being used. Some access control systems rely on electricity and will not work during a power outage. In contrast, others, such as keypad access control systems, are standalone systems that will continue to function even in the absence of power. It's essential to choose a system that meets your specific needs and requirements, including the requirement for backup power in the event of a power outage.

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