Card Access Systems Chicago & Access Control Systems in Chicago, IL
FAQ: Access Control System Installation
What is the access control system and how does it work?
Access control system is a program which is designed to control who and what comes into your home or business. Various types of ACS work differently, from thumbprint detection to advanced systems like retinal scanning.
Why do you need access control system?
Access control systems can greatly improve your security. But they can do more than just that! Today, access control systems are more advanced, allowing for many benefits to your operation and efficiency.
Who needs ACS?
A wide variety of properties use access control systems. Common examples are schools, hospitals, businesses, and government buildings. Don’t worry about intrusions or unwanted access to high security areas. Access control can help. Interested? We look forward to your questions. Hire SatWay to install your access control system today.
What are the types of ACS?
Access control systems are many, but a couple of the most common are ID card readers or biometric systems that can read fingerprints. By restricting access to those with the proper identification, you can greatly increase your security. Access control systems can restrict the specific doors individuals can access. They can even be programmed to restrict the times in which an individual can enter. If someone no longer works at your property, the solution is simple: you can turn off access to one card. No need to worry about changing locks and keys. Access control can also be integrated with heating and cooling systems, allowing you to save energy.
What are the accessories required for access control system?
Access control systems vary, but you’ll typically need some kind of keycard or other unique identifier. Other accessories include the scanners themselves and security doors.
I lost my key fob. What should I do?
Contact us right away! We can guide you through the process of getting into your home or business via other secure means.