Access Control Systems

Controlling who can go where in your building

Building Access Control provides you with complete control over who has access to your premises (or parts of your premises) and grounds and at what times. This enables you to protect staff and visitors, as well as to keep property, goods and information systems secure. Access control systems can be enhanced to provided density flow management (to help control the number of people in any given space) and temperature screening.

For smaller premises with a small number of users, Standalone Access Control uses PIN numbers and keypads, or proximity or magstripe tokens and readers, to control access to one or several independent doors in a building.

For larger or more complex premises, PC or Network Based Access Control business security systems give centralised control over all access points via a single network. Because settings are managed centrally, different permissions can be granted for different users or groups of users easily and quickly. Any alerts, such as from an elevated body temperature, can be immediately sent to a specified individual for additional investigation or action.

Standalone Access Control

Standalone (offline) access control is the simplest way to secure and control access through doors around your building. If you want to step up security, protect your staff and assets and save money, then standalone access control is the solution.

Access is gained by using a PIN or electronic token, and there is no need for a PC or network. Unlike a networked system, a standalone system is programmed at each door, and you don’t have to secure every single door within your building, only those you wish to.

Simple management

User tokens can be added to the system in seconds, administration is straightforward and can be done in a matter of minutes. If someone loses their token, it can be simply barred from system, which ensures that if the token was found later it cannot be used to gain entry and compromise the security of your building.

access control panel

Typical applications

Great for smaller sites with a relatively small number of users, for example…

storage unit security

Small storage units

small office team

Small office premises

yellow loading door

Small industrial buildings

Networked Access Control

Networked access control offers centralised control of your building from a PC. This means that commands given at the PC are sent to each of the doors instantly, such as opening doors, barring tokens and building lockdown. Other benefits of this type of system are flexible control, allowing different permissions for individuals or groups of users.

Simple management

Paxton’s Networked Access Control is is easily scalable depending on current or future needs.

The system can be extended easily and offers advanced features such as event reporting, energy saving and integration with CCTV and other systems for a versatile security and building management solution.

To make the management of any building very simple, the software is intuitive and comes with a range of features that go beyond the simple basics of locking or unlocking doors.

access control network door system

Typical applications

Great for sites managing multiple doors and users, for example…

Healthcare hospital

Healthcare facilities

Office commercial lobby

Office buildings

Education school building

Schools and colleges

Why choose Securus (UK) Ltd for your Access Control Systems?

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“Securus (UK) have expanded Bytes’ CCTV & Access Control Systems over a number of years, and we have always valued their advice and expertise on these topics. Projects are always finished on-schedule & on-budget, and Rob and his team are extremely pleasant to work with; always efficient, tidy & professional, which is appreciated as it is often carried out during working hours.”

Sara Mitchell – Facilities Manager, Bytes Software Services Limited