Door entry systems can take a range of forms, with the most basic being a simple intercom system.
This classic ‘buzz door’ entry system allows external visitors to press a call button, speak to someone inside, and then be allowed access into the building.
Video entry systems are perfect if you’re looking for extra security and peace of mind. As well as the classic intercom system, they also feature recording facilities—combining both video and audio entry. So how do they work? When a visitor presses the button outside, the camera is instantly activated and a buzzer will ring on the handset.
This gives the reception staff a chance to look at the visitor, and decide whether to allow them entry. Because this is a video intercom system, you can also choose to speak to them using the audio facilities for extra clarification. If you do decide to let the visitor into the building, you can then grant them access by unlocking the door with a release button.
We also offer wireless door entry systems for times when wired door options aren’t suitable. Easy to install, wireless intercom systems use specialist DECT technology, meaning that they work just as well as wired systems.
With a long operating range of over 100m, the distance between your business’ front door and reception shouldn’t be an issue.
We install door entry systems using a four-step process. This ensures that we tailor our installation to the individual needs of your business, and are able to do a great job every time.
We start by carrying out a survey of your premises so that we can get an idea of what you want, and find out how it will work with your existing infrastructure. We’ll also take this opportunity to identify any obstacles that might cause challenges during installation. After completing the survey, we’ll design your door entry system, taking into account security and capacity.
Once we’ve planned what we’re going to do, it’s time for the installation. Our approach to implementation is centred around causing you as little disruption as possible—we strive to avoid any reductions in your productivity. Once we’ve got everything set up, it’s time for a final check in our post-installation survey where we make sure that everything is working as it should be.