A video entry systems intercom will provide the residents with the considerable benefit of being able to see their visitor as well as speaking to them on the phone.A number of systems offer many and varied features:
Video and Audio Entry and Door Intercom Systems
It is an important feature not only in the fight against crime, but also in the need for greater security and protection in the working environment, particularly in relation to theft, vandalism and industrial espionage.Smartsecuritycamera has the expertise to install and maintain a comprehensive range of access control systems, from simple ‘stand-alone’ units to large multi-user, multi-location computer-controlled systems.This includes electronic access control and remote locking/unlocking devices, as well as code or card entry systems, hands-free ‘proximity’ systems and entry phone intercom systems.
Video and Audio Entry System
Door Intercom Systems
Door Intercom systems are now considered by many as an essential part for any development of offices or flats in the U.S. The concept of having an open door policy for all is often thought to invite the wrong type of attention. Audio systems consist of an intercom panel at the front door connected to a door phone in the flat upstairs or office and an electric lock. The panels can be provided from the BPT or Aiphone ranges and are available in SAA, polished brass and a wide range of colors.The door phones likewise are available in different colors and can be wall or table mounted. Our technical representatives will often work closely with the local crime prevention officer to ensure the design of the system is not only offering security but also an effective deterrent.
Smart Security Camera has an electric door lock for every type of door. All forms of door intercom and access control system will require an electric lock of some type or another. As the style, type and size of doors varies so much there is a huge range of locks to choose from. It is vital to specify the correct lock if the integrity of both the door and security of the building are not to be compromised. Magnetic locks are available in most sizes and are well suited for use on doors which are designated fire exits but still need to be secure from the outside. The correct strength lock must be specified for each door.
Card Access Systems
Card access systems are an effective yet simple way to control access in and around any building. Generally they are used for commercial buildings but suit a variety of applications. A simple swipe card or proximity card would be presented to a card reader located outside the door. When the card is read by the card reader the door will automatically unlock for a predetermined amount of time.
Access Control Guide
Access control systems let authorized employees get in and out of various parts of your business while keeping other people out. They can range from simple electronic keypads that secure a single door to large networked security systems for multiple buildings that can include parking lot gates, integration with time and attendance systems, and multiple levels of security.The increased security provided by a modern access control system is important to many types of businesses – and for businesses working with government contracts, it’s often a requirement. However, they also greatly simplify management of your facility: no need to replace lost keys, hunt down old keys from terminated employees, or wonder who has access to which areas.Before you start investigating access control systems, sit down and determine the purpose the system will serve. The most basic role of an access control system is to keep out anyone who’s not supposed to enter an area. This can be the front door, a parking garage, a server room, a personnel records room, or any other sensitive area.All computerized access control systems keep records of when doors were opened and by whom. However, you may want one that functions as part of a time tracking system, to automatically punch workers in and out for payroll purposes. The system will still only grant access to authorized users, but the focus is more on time tracking than on having airtight security. For this application, you’ll need an access control system that is compatible with your time and attendance software.Another point to consider: how secure do you need the system to be? A basic system usually features a keypad or swipe card. Higher security applications may require multiple means of authentication (a card and thumbprint, for example) and include more redundancy. They’re also more expensive.
Sizing Your System
You need understand the basic role the access control system will serve, think about the number of doors you need to secure. Smaller installations may include just one: a server room with an electronic keypad lock is a common example of a very small access control system.Remember that not every door has to have access control — you can simply leave some locked and only give keys to appropriate personnel.If you plan ahead a little when purchasing your system, you’ll find it fairly easy to expand later. The smallest systems, designed for one or two doors, are not very expandable, but many four and eight door systems can be linked together when you need to expand. Once you know the number of doors you’ll be securing, gather information on each one: the physical makeup and use of your doors will impact the type of locks and entry systems you need.Are some doors for customers, and some only for employees? Are the doors wood, steel, or aluminum and glass? Are any designated as fire doors? Do you have any garage doors or parking lot gates to control?
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