Access Control Systems

access control system

Call Lanka Telecom, in collaboration with its leading worldwide partners, offers a comprehensive variety of access control systems.We have experience combining various security solutions to meet the site’s needs. We provide solutions for all types of ACS.

Call Lanka Telecom Ltd. is a prominent provider of Access control systems and integrated security solutions in Sri Lanka.

What is access control system?

An access control system regulates who and when can enter a building or room. Building entrances, gates, inner doors, and elevators frequently have access control systems installed to guarantee that only authorized personnel have access to such areas.

The main purpose of access control is to enhance building security and convenience by preventing unauthorized people from accessing a property while also ensuring authorized people to easily gain access. Many modern door access systems give building owners and operators the power to decide who has access to specific doors into and within a building.

The electronic gear put at a building’s entryway, as well as access credentials used by authorized individuals to authenticate their identity and get admission, make up these door access control systems. Some even include keyless entry, which uses electronic access credentials like fobs, key cards, PIN numbers, or even cellphones to replace traditional locks and physical keys.

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access control system Video access system

All entrance events and requests are captured on camera by video access control systems. These systems include a camera that enables building employees and residents to visually validate a visitor’s identification before providing admission namely,

Video management system equipped with access control : That is, camera equipment is attached to the access control panel, allowing residents to watch video footage of whoever is at the entrance.

One integrated device, like a video intercom system : When a guest comes to the door, video intercoms relay both video and audio footage to the tenant. Visitors may observe residents on today’s video systems, which allows for two-way video chats.

access control system Biometric and face recognition system

The fingerprint or facial characteristics of a person are used as access credentials in biometric scanning and face recognition systems. Although these systems appear to be handy, they necessitate costly technology and frequently raise privacy and security problems.

A resident lays their finger on the reader to utilize a biometric fingerprint access control system. If the fingerprint is a match, the system compares it to its database and opens the door.

Smooth entry is convenient, but it is also costly, therefore it is often reserved for high-security offices or industrial buildings. These technologies are prohibitively expensive for many property owners and managers.

access control system Key card and key fob system

Key cards and key fobs are two forms of access credentials that are comparable. To access a room or building, residents must present their card or fob to a reader.

RFID technology is used in the majority of key card and fob systems. RFID access control systems verify credentials by reading data from RFID tags included in key fobs.

Radio waves, Bluetooth, and the internet may all be used to power key card and fob access systems. Regardless, because all of these technologies are wireless, including RFID, key cards and fobs can be considered a sort of touchless access. A touchless access system, on the other hand, is less possible because certain card readers need the user to actually insert or swipe their card.

access control system Keypad

A keypad is a keyless door entry mechanism that allows users to obtain access by entering a numeric PIN number. Some keypads are also compatible with a smartphone app, allowing users to unlock keypad-controlled doors and gates from their phones.

A power supply is required for all keypads, and some additionally require an internet connection. Staff employees can update the user directory and adjust access rights through a web-based dashboard if the keypad is cloud-based. Staff must handle the system locally or download the access control system software for remote programming if the keypad isn’t cloud-based.

access control system Wireless access control

Wireless access control systems use wireless connections between the control panel, readers, and electronic locks to enable property access. A wireless router is required for these systems, as it allows the various components to connect with one another.

The fundamental advantage of wireless access control is that it avoids the costs and difficulties associated with a traditional wired system. The cost of purchasing and installing wire to link all of the system’s components mounts up quickly, especially after a home is finished. Fortunately, because many current access control systems now function via the internet, wireless solutions save money and time during installation.

access control system Mobile access control

Mobile access control systems employ an owner’s credential, such as a smartphone, tablet, or wearable, to get entry to a building and its rooms. To regulate access from their phones, users usually need to download an app.

As the number of people who own smartphones grows, mobile phones are becoming a more convenient and secure means to regulate access to and within buildings. This also means you won’t have to distribute actual keys, fobs, or cards to residents, which will all need to be replaced if they are lost or broken. Users, on the other hand, are significantly less likely to misplace or forget their smartphones.

Residents just press a button in a mobile app or bring their cellphones close to the scanner to unlock the gate or entrance using a mobile access control system.


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