The beauty of installing an access control system
in a church, synagogue, temple, or mosque is relative ease of use, as well as the flexibility it offers.
An electronic access control system replaces the traditional lock and master key system. People are granted or denied access to restricted areas – offices, storage facilities or the day car area, using entry devices such a keypads, card readers or biometric scanners.
Trusted individuals within the congregation are allowed access while limiting others. While the use of physical keys and locks is still possible, the level of security of an electronic access control system and the convenience it provides outweigh the accompanying expense that installing such a system entails.