Electronic Access Control Systems

Action 1st  specializes in Commercial Electronic Access Control Systems. Whether your needs are simple for just a few doors, or more complex, involving multiple buildings, areas, and secure access needs, we have you covered.

We are the best commercial locksmith in Orange County.  We will do a free onsite review and provide you with multiple options to choose from to fit your needs and budget.  Stellar customer service and always being responsive to your needs is our number one goal.

Electronic Access Control Systems and How They Work

Action 1st Loss Prevention’s electronic access control systems replace the traditional lock and master key system with keyless access control locks.
These systems provide commercial access control security by allowing entrance with a keypad, card reader, finger print scan, or other biometric access control .

Easy to use software can be used to track who enters the building and when, and permissions can be granted or removed at any time, from anywhere—no need to change commercial locks when keys are lost, or an employee or tenant departs.

Electronic door lock systems allow for automatic open and close times, shift access (employee access during specific times and days), and holiday schedules. They can also be used on multiple doors, providing the ability to track individual employees or tenants throughout the entire building in order to increase both security and accountability.

Access Control Options

Action 1st Loss Prevention offers commercial access control security systems from the most basic to the very sophisticated. Whether you are looking for simple electronic access control for your Orange County office building or a complex, network-controlled system capable of tracking and monitoring access for international building locations, Action 1st Loss Prevention can help.

As the best commercial locksmith in Orange County, our clients include individual retail locations, shopping centers and malls, business offices, manufacturing complexes, industrial and business campuses, medical centers and hospitals, schools, colleges and universities, hotels, commercial buildings with multiple tenants, hotels, condominium and apartment complexes, and more.  For more information on our customers click here.

Call us today at 800-675-3015 to schedule your free onsite review.

Types of Keyless Access Control Systems

  • Access control keypad: A password or personal identification number (PIN) is entered on a keypad.
  • Access control key card reader: A smartcard or key fob is presented to a card reader.
  • Biometric access control: A human characteristic, such as a fingerprint, is used to verify identity with a small screen or reader.

The most popular of these three options today is the Access Control key card system.  However, all three offer security, convenience and peace of mind.

With any of the above systems, audit trails are created and businesses can keep a record of persons who entered and the exact time they entered. This becomes especially useful if thefts or any incidents occur that can be narrowed down to a specific time period; records can be pulled up to determine who entered the building corresponding to the time period.

What information is stored by the system?

  • Date and time card was read, pin was used, or biometric scan occurred
  • Name of card holder, pin owner, or person associated with biometric data
  • Unique ID number or badge number
  • Name of door or reader being accessed
  • Access granted/denied condition

This information can stored up to several years.

An electronic access control system can be utilized for all types of commercial buildings and situations including commercial and manufacturing companies, retail stores, hospitals, healthcare agencies and offices, schools, colleges and universities, condominium and apartment complexes, hotels, and public government and social service agencies.

Action 1st Loss Prevention will help you select the product that best meets your needs and budget, install it, and provide training to ensure your organization gets the most out of its investment.

From the basics, such as adding and deleting an employee, to more complex software training— you will be armed with the knowledge to fully utilize all the benefits offered by your electronic access control system.

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To learn more about electronic access control systems, contact Action 1st Loss Prevention. Its commercial security experts will be happy to discuss your security needs and provide a free onsite survey.