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Access control is all about access — you want to keep your premises safe, but you also want to be able to welcome visitors.

The problem is that the existing security systems are too intrusive or not secure enough. ADS Security’s access control solutions provide a reliable first line of defence against intruders while discreet and convenient for residents, staff and visitors. You can manage access and allow only authorised people to enter a premise or even a specific room while restricting access to unauthorised people. We have a range of options available to grant access, including PIN codes with keypads, ID cards, electronic fobs, radiofrequency fobs, and even biometrics.

Types of access control systems...

Stand-alone Access Control

Stand-alone access control can be used to control access on one or many separate doors in a building. Access is gained by using a numeric code, PIN with a keypad, or by presenting a proximity card, depending on which type of reader is fitted. As a result, each door is individually programmed.

Networked Access Control

Networked access control is a system where the doors are controlled from a central point or computer via a network. This system offers the flexibility of managing single or multiple doors from a single point.

Investing in the right technology is central to the protection of your employees, site visitors and ultimately the success of your company.

Your Benefits

ADS Security Access Control solutions act as a deterrent to crimes and malpractices from both within the organisation and from external criminals, burglars and vandals.

  • High level of security As the doors are controlled by powerful electromagnets, they are released only if an authorised person is detected. Should a proximity card go missing or a person is no longer allowed access, the proximity card or code can simply be removed from the system.
  • Reporting and data collection As these are computer-based, they allow organisations to track not only the movements of employees but visitors as well.
  • Adjustable access levels You can control and monitor entry to specific areas on the premises with different levels of access for different people –- it’s even possible to restrict entry and movement around a property for specific individuals.
  • Cost-effective If someone loses their keys, it often means expensive replacements or changing the locks completely. With an access control system, it is simply a matter of reconfiguring the code to deactivate the lost card or tag and issue the person with another activated device.
  • High level of flexibility Access control systems are flexible and can be used where restricted access is for just one door or for more complex requirements including multiple doors and timing restrictions. The system can also be programmed to release the locks when the fire alarm is triggered or during an evacuation so that safety is not compromised to achieve security.

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