Door Entry systems are extensively used as part of any electronic security system. They allow for direct communication between the user and visitor with access being granted by the user as and when required.
Door Entry systems can be integrated to any access control system such as doors, gates, car park barriers to name a few. Card of fob readers can also be housed within the entrance panel if the system is being used in conjunction with a card of fob access system.
A single entrance panel can be linked to one or thousands of internal handsets. The internal handsets are interfaced to work in conjunction with the electric locks that allow access through the door, gate or car park barrier and therefore granting access remotely from the handset.
Door Entry systems are available in a wide variety of technologies and finishes to suit each and every application.
Audio entry systems are now considered by many as an essential part of any multi tenanted premises whether it be residential or commercial. The concept of having an open door policy for all is often thought to invite the wrong type of attention.
Communicating through a simple handset device allows for direct speech with the visitor and offers a remote means of grating access to the premises.
Video entry systems allow the user to view and hear the visitor either through a built in camera to the intercom panel at the entrance or by integrating the video entry system to a CCTV system. By integrating the video entry system to a CCTV system allows the users to switch between cameras prior to granting entry into the premises. A number of environments call for multiple views of the main entrance due to either limited access to install a standard video entry intercom panel which would not capture the visitor effectively or areas of high security where single access points require multiple viewing angles.
IP Entry Systems area an easy way for direct communication between the user handset and main entrance panel utilising a Local Area Network, these entry systems work in much the same way as a conventional intercom although the cabling infrastructure is different. IP Entry Systems can utilise the clients LAN if already in place and offer PoE (Power over Ethernet) which offers a significant saving when installing these systems. Savings also include:
IP Entry Systems allow for calls to be answered either on a desk/wall mounted monitor, PC or smartphone/tablet device. By using the WiFi signal throughout the premises, users are able to view and listen to visitor’s prior granting access.
All networking engineers at Ansador are Cisco trained and certified which allows us to integrate IP solutions across any network comprehensively.
These systems allow the visitor to call users via the BT line. The resident is then able to grant remote access through the door, gate, car park barrier using a single button on their telephone.
Where a BT line is not available, a GSM system can be utilised which utilises a single sim card in the rear of the main entrance panel. This then allows the system to call users either on a landline or mobile telephone number and again allows for remote access wherever necessary.