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access control is not just for large buildings 

Access Control systems combine the use of electronic locks, door status switches and controllers to allow you to control the flow of people through a building. 

Putting prox readers on a door makes it so when you let someone go or they device to leave that position you don't have to REKEY the entire building. You just collect or cancel their card. 

PROXIMITY READERS

EYE SCANNERS

BIOMETRIC READERS  (Finger print etc...) 

MAGLOCKS with Request to exit buttons or motions

RTE motions or buttons allow you to exit 

ELECTRIC STRIKES - Provide free egress

SYSTEMS CAN BE LOCAL, NETWORK OR CLOUD 

 

 

 

 

ACCESS SYSTEMS:

1. Limit cleaning people to certain days or certain times and even specific rooms.

2. The credentials for normal employees will work between certain hours of the say only on weekdays, managers cards will work after hours until say 10PM and the owners card will work 24/7.  You sent it up how you want it.  

3. Go back and see when people entered specific areas

4. Know how many people are in the building.

 

PRICING:

Access system pricing varies depending on what features you need and can run from $1,400 per door and up depending on the hardware, the distances to the doors from the headend and if you need the system to be on the cloud or not.  

 

 
 Electric strike

Electric strike

site visit 

Having us do a site visit is very important so we can determine distances, whether your door frame are full of cement making it much harder to put electric strikes in, access to be able to get wires from one point to another will all help us determine what equipment is needed. 

VIDEO BELOW ON HOW TO GET POWER TO AN ELECTRONIC DOOR HARDWARE SETUP

VIDEO BELOW THAT IS A GENERAL OVERVIEW ABOUT ACCESS CONTROL

VIDEO BELOW THAT IS AN OVERVIEW OF STRIKES AND MAGLOCKS

BRANDS

Peak Alarm can install PDK either hardwired or wireless equipment, DSX hardwired equipment, Honeywell or even DMP and we have entry level, midrange level and high end systems.