Door Entry Access Control
NSW design, install and maintain a wide range of access control and door entry systems for domestic and commercial properties.
The term Access Control refers to a system that can control, monitor and restrict the movement of people, assets or vehicles, in, out and around a building or site. Access control applications range from controlling a single entrance door to managing a large complex site.
Keypad Entry Systems
The most common system is a keypad access control system used together with a regular lock and key.
This mainly has a numeric keypad connected to the lock release mechanism through a control unit.
Magnetic Strip Systems
Also known as Swipe Cards, these systems allow entry and exit once a card comes into contact with a card reader.
Proximity systems are a more effective access control system as they are contactless. This means that the card does not have to come into contact with the reader, this speeds up the process and reduces wear and tear.
These are the most sophisticated types of reader and allow entry only if the authorised user’s unique human characteristics are recognised. This raises the security level significantly as such unique identifiers as fingerprint, hand, retinal or facial patterns are used by biometric readers.