At Bucks Security we install, monitor and maintain all types of access control systems. From standalone coded keypads and fob reader units to fully integrated video network systems, controlling numerous doors. we will be able to provide a system tailored to suit your requirements. We also can provide systems which allow remote control of your access control system from anywhere in the world.
Typical private residential systems include keypads and handheld remote key fobs to operate security gates. Typical commercial installations include swipe cards for any number of employees controlling entry and exit gates with different levels of security, allowing some employees access to higher security areas.
We can integrate with existing systems to provide added functionality, as well as make repairs or fix faults. Our aim is to provide you with the complete solution to all of your access control and security needs. We have a team of experienced and dedicated engineers able to offer advice and suggestions to create a system to suit your budget and requirements.
Audio Door Entry Systems
- Audio door entry systems consist of a keypad on the outside of a property, with buttons on it that communicate with a handset within the property.
- The user on the inside can then communicate with the visitor using the microphones and speakers in the keypad and handset.
- A button on the handset enables the user to remotely unlock the door and let the visitor gain entry into the property.
For additional security, video entry for your home or workplace helps protect you from unwanted visitors. It allows you to screen visitors visually before admitting them or answering the door. It enables you to turn away unwanted callers before they enter your premises.
- Video door entry systems work on the same principle as audio entry systems, with a keypad on the outside and a handset on the inside.
- However they have the bonus of having a camera on the keypad and a screen integrated into the handset.
- This gives the person inside two chances to identify the visitor. Should just audio not be sufficient, the camera footage provides another opportunity to identify them.