Tate and Tonbridge Automation Access control
There are many options to enable you to control who enters and leaves your premises, and when. Choose from remote control transmitters, intercom systems, keypad entry (standalone or combined with intercoms), free entry or exit induction loops for vehicle access, proximity entry – to name but a few. All of these options can be used to tailor a solution to meet your needs.
- Remote Control Transmitters – Small, hand-held devices that can have up to four buttons to operate separate gates, garage doors or lights. Perfect for domestic installations where each member of the house can be given a transmitter for their own entry.
- Intercom – Choose from a simple one-to-one audio intercom that can be fitted with up to three handsets or video intercoms that allow you to view who is calling you before allowing entry. These can even be linked to your mobile phone so you can see who is calling at your gate wherever you are in the world.
- Keypad – This can be integrated with an intercom system or used as a standalone item. Units can be programmed to hold a large number of codes with the option to split codes into daytime or household codes. Perfect for flats/apartments or shared access buildings.
- Push Button Entry – As simple as it sounds – a push button can be placed on both the inside & outside of gates, allowing unlimited access.
- Free entry/exit induction loops – These are set into the surface of your driveway and work by detecting the metal mass of a vehicle, allowing automatic access when a vehicle approaches and can double as safety devices in keeping gates open whilst a vehicle is passing through. Override switches and timeclocks can be used to control or restrict access when required.
- Proximity System – This access system is ideal for multiple user sites like schools or offices where users can be individually added and removed, plus attendance recorded.