Access Control

Electro’s access control systems can improve your security, productivity, safety records and even reduce staffing.

Access control can be linked to doors, gates, barriers and CCTV for even wider control and can be integrated into all other security systems such as intruder alarms.

 

Our ability to match multiple components that can be readily integrated into a larger, custom security solution ensures that we always meet and exceed our client’s expectations, rather than simply offering “off the shelf” products.

These systems can be controlled using swipe cards, pin codes, proximity readers, biometric readers, radio frequency and even number plate recognition. We can design and install systems which allow vehicles to raise barriers, pedestrians to open doors, drivers to open gates, high value items to be protected and record times of entry and exit which can be linked to employee payrolls.

All our systems meet or exceed all current Health & Safety legislation and are supported by our excellent 24/7 after-sales maintenance service.

Take control of your premises and monitor who gets in, at what time, and at what entrance. A correctly specified access control system can do all of this, and more. Our systems provide a secure method of protecting premises and staff whilst causing as little restriction as possible on freedom of movement. For more information on this or on any of our products and services please use our live chat function and one of our technical sales consultants will give you all the information you need.

 

Contact

Eamon Reilly (Business Development Manager)

+353 1 824 6666

 

 

CASESTUDY

Access Control and Security

Electro installed a full access control system and an upgrade of the CCTV and Intercoms.

 

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Arvato Finance Case Study

Electro was awarded a contract for the design, build and install a security system for Arvarto.

 

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