Access Control Systems

We provide a complete line of access devices including RF controls, card readers, keypads, electric and magnetic locks and a full line of complimentary products.  We install  a variety of access control systems such as Intercom Systems, Telephone Entry Systems, Proximity/Magnetics card readers, RF remote control readers, barcode readers, fingerprints systems and all kind of gates operator or gate opener systems.

Access control is the ability to deny or permit the access to a particular place by a particular person. Access control mechanisms can be used in managing physical barriers such as a door or a gate, which only programmed users should be able to access. When a card is presented to a reader, the reader sends the card‘s information, usually a digital number, to a control panel, a highly reliable processor. The control panel compares the card‘s digital number to an access control list, grants or denies the presented request, and sends a transaction log to a database.

We install and service Access Control Systems commercially throughout NYC for over 10 Years

Access control provides security by giving flexible control over who and when persons are authorized to enter a building or site . The systems we supply, install and maintain will keep your sites, buildings, staff and assets secure. From one door up to hundreds of doors across multiple sites, we have a solution to suit your needs. Security System NYC Access control systems are aimed towards engineering excellence , this means designing , installing and maintaing intelligent and innovative products that are fit for their purpose. We have become a market leader through our constant efforts to exceed the expectations of our Customers.

Access Control New York City Services

If the access is denied based on the access control database list, the door remains locked. When there is a match between the card code and the access control list, the access board operates a relay that unlocks the door. The control panel also ignores a door open signal to prevent an alarm. The reader will provides a visual feedback, such as a flashing red LED for an denied access and a flashing green LED for an access granted.

fobReaderProximity Reader –  Offered to satisfy both low and medium-high security applications. A standalone solution where all of the control electronics are in the keypad or reader. Compact systems are an easy to administer and cost-effective means of controlling access to a building.

fingerprint-scannerBiometrics Readers – Biometrics readers, like fingerprint or retinal scanners, allow a company to control access in specific areas of the facility by identifying personnel through physical characteristics. This extremely specific type of access control offers the most security and eliminates the risk of stolen access cards.

video-surveillance-cameraVideo Surveillance – With security’s video surveillance you can keep an eye on what you value most, even while at work or on vacation. Video surveillance services will give you added peace of mind and even let you check in on your valuables through a secure internet connection from anywhere in the world. Having surveillance cameras in New York means you can feel safe anywhere.

Access control systems restrict who may enter a facility in specified areas. Entry can be determined by person, day of the week, and/or time of day. Security System NYC designs and installs quality, facility-specific work that secures property entry and complements existing infrastructure.

Proximity readers (card accessibility systems)
Biometric devices
Access command enables administrators to control when doors can be opened and by whom. With keys, access is all or nothing. If a worker has a key, he or she can enter any time of day or night
With card access, the system can disable a card when a card is lost or an individual no longer has entry privileges. If a key is lost or a staff member leaves, facility safety is compromised unless every lock is re-keyed
Cards cannot be replicated. Keys can be duplicated, and there is no way to track who has a key
Accessibility control systems develop an in-depth audit trail so administrators can understand precisely whose card opened up a doorway and when. Workers understand this, which discourages inappropriate behavior. Keys are anonymous
With accessibility command, one card opens every doorway the worker is enabled to open up. There’s no requirement for different keys for every lock (no more “large ring of keys”)