Access Control systems in Nottingham
Access control is a technique of regulating and restricting who can enter certain premises at certain times in order to minimise risk. This system can be as simple as a keypad lock or a sophisticated electronic network throughout premises with multiple doors and buildings.
We provide and install different assess control solutions to give you control over who has access to certain rooms and buildings.
You can control access to your buildings in 3 ways:
- Discretionary Access Control (DAC)
- Managed Access Control (MAC)
- Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)
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Main types of access control systems
Mechanical Keypad Locks
Mechanical keypad locks require a number to be entered in order to enter a room or building and are a cost effective and simple way of restricting access while not relying on any power source.
Mechanical Keypad Locks
A battery powered, coded method of restricting access into buildings, mechanical keypad locks can be a cost-effective way of providing selective access to buildings.
If you intend on changing the user codes on a regular basis, then these locks allow for the codes to be changed in seconds without removing the lock from the door.
- Cost effective
- Ideal for low use doors
- Quick easy code change
- Have no cylinder mechanisms for intruders to pick
- No keys for staff to lose or forget
- Code changing can be tricky if the right lock isn’t chosen
- Not suitable for high-use doors
- The code may not be 100% confidential, allowing for security being compromised easily
Electronic access controls provides high level security, durability and protection to buildings which are at risk vandalism, burglary and trespassing.
This sophisticated method can be connected to a PC, LAN or WAN network for central control and monitoring and can be released automatically in the case of a fire alarm.
- A high degree of durability
- Can be supplied as code, card or fob entry
- Can be released automatically in the event of a fire alarm
- Allows for single-handed operation, useful when carrying items
- Can be connected to a computer or LAN or WAN networks for central control and monitoring
- Suits a wider range of doors including steel, aluminium, sliding and double swing doors
- Higher purchase and installation cost
- Requires a maintenance schedule to ensure optimum performance
When you hire a locksmith, you’re usually not having the best day. You may have lost your keys, been broken into or snapped a key in a lock.
This means the last thing you want is to hire a locksmith who is going to make your day worse by doing a bad job or overcharging you. In 2020, the MLA received over 500 reports of rogue locksmiths doing just that!
Approaching a locksmith without any knowledge of keys can be a bit daunting when you need a new one cutting. We want you to feel as comfortable as possible when talking to our experts so we’ve created this simple guide to help you understand the different types of keys, their uses, average key cutting times and approximate costs.