Access Control

Whether you’re looking at managing security access in a new project or looking at implementing security access in your existing building access control systems can provide the answer.

What is Access Control?

Access control systems allow control over who passes through doors, gates and lifts. This can be achieved in a variety of ways; entering a unique PIN code, presenting a proximity token, scanning a user’s fingerprint or visual control room authentication where a control room security officer grants access.

Popular applications

  • Basements car parks
  • Garage roller doors
  • Office buildings
  • Caravan parks
  • Sliding or swinging gates and boom gates
  • Pedestrian entry gates
  • Internal and external pedestrian doors
  • Utility and server rooms
  • Vaults and cold rooms
  • Residential front doors

Popular features

  • Single or multiple door control
  • Lighting; activate building lights during trading hours or when a user enters after hours
  • Option for a ‘Press to exit’ button allowing a fail-safe exit in an emergency
  • Time zone support; allowing for a door to be open during trading hours but locked and requiring a PIN to open after hours
  • On site software providing a full history report of user movement
  • Mobile phone or tablet support; allowing devices such as door and lights to be activated via a mobile device

Single device control

PAC1 is Ideal for

  • Residential front doors
  • Garage doors
  • Entry gates

Multiple device control

AccessEzy Building Manager is Ideal for

  • Commercial buildings
  • Offices
  • Warehouses
  • Apartment buildings
  • Schools
  • Convention centres


PIN Keypad

PIN keypads allow users to enter their unique PIN code compromising of four our six digits to gain access.

Proximity Cards

Proximity cards allow users to simply present their card to the reader to gain access.

Fingerprint Scanner

Fingerprint scanners identify users via their fingerprint before allowing access.


Electronic Strike

Electronic Door Strikes can be fitted to most pedestrian access doors providing key-less entry.

Magnetic Lock

Magnetic Locks can be installed on swinging doors and gates securing the access pathway.

Electric Motor

Electric motors can be fitted to roller doors or gates and be controlled by your access control system.

Press to Exit Button

Press to Exit buttons provide a fail safe way of exiting through a controlled door, ensuring the door can be opened for exit no matter the situation.

Break Glass

Break Glass devices allows the door to be released in the event of an emergency situation. The device simply disconnects all power to the door.