Every type of public and commercial premises needs some form of security system in place to prevent unwanted visitors, from straying into the private or secure areas within the building or surrounding vicinity. Security systems that restrict access to various parts of a building to unauthorized individuals are generally referred to as access control systems. These types of physical security systems are widely used in all types of public buildings and commercial premises such as office buildings, hotels, retail outlets, restaurants, and sports facilities, etc.
The security door is a specially designed door that can be made of glass, wood or metal and uses an electronic lock and contact. Glass doors are the most aesthetically pleasing types of security doors, though they do come with a higher price tag and are a pain to keep clean on a daily basis. Wood doors are mostly only used in residential properties and hardly even with-in public buildings. Metal is normally the choice of security door to use, due to their value for money, fire ratings and the fact that you can run cables through the actual door.
These electronically locked doors can only be accessed by authorized personnel using a variety of access devices and the most commonly methods used are:
Generally it is only gaining access to an area that needs the user to be verified and not exiting, so request to exit devices will generally be a button that is pushed or a motion detector. When either motion is detected or the button is pushed the door will automatically unlock to enabling opening.
It is essential that you use quality cabling for your access control systems, as this will influence both how effective and reliable the system is as a whole. There is a special type of cabling to use within these security systems called access control composite cable. This type of cabling is a type of twisted cable that consists of four shielded compartments that have color-coded PVC jacket for ease of identification. The cable comes in a variety of different gauges and thicknesses to use depending on the type of data system that the access control system requires.
Your local Network Cabling Philadelphia team is very versatile in the brands that we have mastered in the Door Access Control field. While we will perform any brand installation per the clients request, we fully recommend the use of HikVision. The Bridge Cable Senior Technicians were trained and certified by HikVision themselves.
In addition, our entire team is able to set up your full install all the way to card access system and activating your key cards or fobs! We can have our computer experts set up your entire system including when each person may have access to which door at what time and even the entire system’s door schedule. We can also assist with helping you figure out if you want people only to have to scan coming into the door or both in and out. Lastly, our team can also install fingerprint, facial recognition and even elevator door access systems.
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Bridge Cable now offers the access control installation in Radnor, PA as one of their wide range of services. Call today 877-832-1206. We also serve the Philadelphia Metro areas including Allentown, King of Prussia and Reading as well.