DCS access control systems offer users a variety of options for gaining access to a building by using keypad code entry, proximity tag/fob, id card, wristband tag and fingerprint id control, all of which can easily be integrated with video intercom, fire alarm emergency door release, gates and barriers.
We offer simple stand alone units up to full pc based systems installed by our PAXTON trained engineers.
Readily installed, easily maintained that’s today’s electronic Access Control Systems. We can supply a system especially to suit your company requirements for single or multiple door control.
Today’s systems can be stand alone or networked to your intruder alarm or CCTV system, providing even better safety and security measures.
They can also be linked to a PC allowing multiple reading and used by many thousands of card holders.
Dcs security systems ltd utilises some of the most sophisticated equipment available today in the design of our Access Control Systems. We can prepare a design and quotation for your company following a free site survey and confidential discussion with one of our manufacturer trained technicians.
Our systems allow for full integration with other detection devices to give greater protection to your property.
Access control provides the ability to control, monitor and restrict the movement of people, assets or vehicles in, out and around a building or site.
At Dcs Security Systems Ltd we can offer a wide range of access control systems tailored to your individual needs.
Stand Alone Access Control systems- Small neat systems designed for one door under access control.
Networked Access Control systems – From small to large designs for multiple doors.
Both types of system can be controlled by one or more of the following:
• Electronic release
• Magnetic lock
• Solonoid belt
• Emergency release button
• Audio entry phone system – Allows speech from access door to internal location.
• Video entry systems – Allows access as above and gives visual confirmation of caller to property.
Every one of our installations is backed up by a maintenance package.
Without maintenance even the most effective equipment will deteriorate. It is therefore important that a qualified engineer carries out regular maintenance checks.
This will ensure your equipment meets current health and safety standards and will prevent future failure or faults.