Commercial Door Entry System

Commercial Door Entry System

We install door access control systems that secure your building while making it easier to manage. For professional security camera installation in New Haven CT, feel free to call us at (203) 747-8244.

 

A door access control system is a crucial piece of today's work environment post COVID. Unlock doors from anywhere, automate timesheets with reports, and integrate a burglar security system alarm. A commercial door entry system is a critical piece of a building's physical security.

Gate Access Control

Gate Access Control

Gate access control systems integrate with the doors on your building including an intercom for visitor management. Long-range UHF or RFID readers grant access to vehicles without rolling down a window to swipe a key fob.

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Wireless Electronic Door Locks

Wireless Electronic Door Locks

Door access control systems no longer require wiring. Power is optional as well. Users can gain access to an area with a standard key fob, key card, or even mobile credentials. These are especially helpful for multiple buildings, old buildings, or apartment door locks. Property managers everywhere installing these on every apartment door due to the time savings.

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Cloud Access Control System

Cloud Access Control System

Cloud-based access control systems remove a large burden from your I.T. department. A door control system requires perfect reliability to ensure you convenient access is maintained 24/7. Access systems are also cheaper to cloud host than video surveillance due to much less data being transferred.

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Visitor Management System (Intercom)

Visitor Management System (Intercom)

Complete access control solutions include intercom management systems. Guests won't have physical credentials and need a way into your building. We often see doors propped open on buildings without these intercom systems which is a large security risk.

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Credential Types

Credential Types

RFID door access readers get a key fob or access card swipe. Long-range UHF readers are used to open gates without swiping a fob. Mobile access control systems allow smartphones and other wearable devices to grant access to restricted areas. These mobile credentials replace the need for traditional access cards. Biometric and fingerprint readers are the most advanced option and are a best practice for the most secure buildings.

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Brands

Brands

Door access control software varies greatly from the many brands available. The correct access control solution for your business is based on many factors. Integration with alarmed security systems, how you plan to use it on a daily basis, and installation difficulty. We work with all existing systems control panels and management software.

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FAQ

 

Door access security systems prevent unauthorized access and foster a safer environment. Key cards or key fobs are swiped at door readers to gain access to business premises. Biometric readers and two-factor authentication increase safety. You can restrict access to specific doors based on the programming in the door access control systems software. Full access control solutions can even integrate with other security systems, grant temporary access, and be managed from a mobile phone.

 

Yes, a good access control solution will integrate with this. You can use your mobile devices to receive a notification that someone is at your door. You can then open the door remotely either from a mobile app or from a phone call. Video surveillance with facial recognition technology can also be used to open a door or provide two-factor authentication.

 

Access systems use many credential types for keyless entry. Authorized people can unlock doors with smart cards, key fobs, or even biometric devices. Mobile access control systems enable the use of phones as credentials using Bluetooth or other technologies built into the phone. Revoke access to a specific door through access control systems management software.

 

Access control systems are one of the key elements to business security. A complete system integrates all physical security into one cohesive system. A key card allows users to gain entry to restricted areas on site. Access Systems can be managed by mobile devices to ensure a safe environment at all times. A Facial recognition camera at a front door can detect if an unrecognized person is on-site. An intercom allows the person to call your mobile app. The intercom can be programmed to call each of your tenants directly OR a single office. The management software also allows mobile credentials to be used on the control panel.

 

Door readers receive a signal from smart cards, fobs, and other physical credentials on-site. This information is sent via a wire or wirelessly back to control panels. These are either in a single location or multiple around the building. Management systems for access control solutions are traditionally run on a computer server connected to the control panels. Cloud-based systems are hosted remotely and are considered the most reliable solution. Facial recognition cameras integrate and take physical security to the highest levels.

 

Door access control systems cater to every need imaginable for property managers. You would want a solution that integrates with visitor management and intercom callboxes. This way when you setup a new tenant for door access, they're added to the intercom box automatically. Mobile access control management is also helpful if you need to buzz someone into the building if they forgot their keys. Wireless access control door locks allow you to rekey each apartment door in seconds.

 

Traditional credentials are much more likely to be hacked than mobile ones. Your phone stores credit card information which can be used at registers, mobile access control credentials are just as safe and use the same technology to transmit. Newer access control systems can even detect if a cloned credential is being used.

 

Cloud based access control is much safer than keeping your information on site for the average business. Information is encrypted and it removes the ability for someone to physically gain access to the software and make changes. Cloud based access control provides increased reliability as well.

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