Access Control Systems
Access Control Systems Design & Installation
ASM Security offers complete Access Control Solutions: We design, install and maintain electronic lock and access systems in NYC, New Jersey, Westchester County, and Long Island. Whether you need a basic wall-mounted proximity card reader, or a sophisticated biometric or fingerprint entry system, ASM offers the most comprehensive range of access control and biometric products on the market.
Access control systems are Essential to Your Building’s Security. These systems allow you to manage who has access to certain areas of your property and monitor the status of your building’s entries.
At ASM, we specialize in integrating new security technologies into your existing network. Our goal: Creating an integrated System That Operates Harmoniously.
Integrated Access Control Systems
Does your property already have an existing access control or security system? If so, it’s important a new or updated system integrates with your existing hardware.
At ASM, we specialize in integrating new security technologies into your existing network. Our goal: Creating an integrated system that operates harmoniously.
We install new card readers, keypads or other access readers into your existing system.
Updated System Architecture:
We can repair or simplify your existing system, improving wired connections, adding new capabilities, and resolving faulty installations.
Expanding Your Existing System:
We can help scale up an existing system, adding card readers to new doors and linking them to your existing control panel.
ASM can connect offline systems to the web. This allows a range of capabilities like Flexible Reporting, full online help, alarm monitoring, and time and attendance reporting.
Most Common Types of Access Control Systems
Card readers require visitors to have a credential card or tag to unlock a door. These card-reading devices are mounted near doors and connected to the door’s electronic locks. Visitors scan their card to gain entry.
An alternative to traditional card readers, biometric readers require employees to provide a biometric marker, like a fingerprint, to prove their identity. Today’s systems also include voice and retinal scanners.
Wired control panels:
Wired access control systems require all devices to be hardwired to a central control panel. The system can then be programmed at the control panel.
Wireless control panels:
Wireless systems connect all devices via a network. The card readers, for example, connect via the web, and the entire system can be controlled via a desktop or mobile application.
Integrated Access Controll System
ASM offers a full range of wireless online access control systems. These systems operate on your existing network – i.e. no large capital expenditures, IT support or servers – and they can be accessed remotely by your security manager. Wireless access control systems offer a range of benefits including:
Wireless Access Control Service Include: