A standalone system is the simplest, most cost effective way of controlling access to entrances you wish to. All the equipment required is local to the door and entry is gained through valid proximity/code presentation. We recommend standalone systems are used when only 1 or 2 doors require securing. All programming of the door shall be local to the door through the access control equipment.
What’s the next step?
If you’re thinking of installing a new Access Control system, looking to upgrade your existing system or need a maintenance schedule for your system then why not book one of our Security Consultants to visit your business and conduct a free site survey?
Or if you’re not ready for a visit just yet why not download our FREE Access Control Buyers’ Guide? This comprehensive guide covers all you need to know about your legal requirements, types of Access Control systems, and additional extras available, the laws you must comply with when installing an Access Control system on your business premises and much more.