Access Card Readers - a fast, friendly and safe operation
Robberies and murder make people feel uneasy about the places they live in; make them want to form communities where they can benefit from the security systems in place. Security forms an essential part of security estates, and access card readers allow entry into a community with 24-hour guard patrols, state of the art security surveillance, carefree living, maximum privacy and peace and quiet.
Nothing deters a criminal more than a good quality physical barrier that he has to break through, risking discovery, especially in a busy estate. Traffic barriers and access card readers are aimed at town house complexes, shopping centres, hospitals, businesses or wherever controlled access is required, and we install various systems suited to the application at the main entrances together with parameter fencing.
Entry to security estates is restricted to the residents and their guests, who access via a swipe or proximity card. The gate keeper operators gather and use information from the access card readers, showing for instance if a tenant has not left their property for over a week – the concierge can then call the tenant via the door entry system to their house to check if everything is still in order.
Card readers offer outstanding control features - some readers can store up to 1000 card codes and thousands of events in the history buffer. The imaging module of the card reader provides the ultimate in additional security, and by scanning ID cards of residents, both text and image are captured. The name, license number, address etc is then saved in the database.
Access card readers promote a sense of estate security. The resident's image becomes part of the permanent resident's record, available to security officers at all access locations when the resident requests entry.
Our access card readers have been researched to provide quality and durability, they are easy to install, long lasting and of great value because they give the residents of security estates the peace and security they look for there.
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