Access Control Systems
Access Control System are available in various shapes and sizes, we support a number of different systems to most effectively meet our clients requirements.
A traditional access system comprises a card reader, door controller and lock, is either stand alone or linked via a data cable to the next controller all centrally managed by a server / master controller with user software and database.
Our systems are IP based, so like our CCTV systems can use your existing or new structured cabling and also support Power over Ethernet which provides reduced installation costs. These systems can be single site or multi-site.
We also provide wireless Access Control which is highly cost effective and very secure, using wireless gateways powered over the structured cabling network.
Our IP based access systems support integration with our CCTV systems providing the client with a complete security solution.
Salto Access Control features IP controllers, online and offline wireless handle-sets and also KS by Salto which is a completely wireless access control option that can be controlled via an App on your phone.
SALTO was created with one objective: to devise a world-class access control system that was simple to use and extremely efficient, giving users the ability to control all their access needs and secure all their doors without complex and expensive wiring. Such a solution had to be simple to install and set up, cost-effective, reliable, complete and future-proof. What resulted was our pioneering SVN platform — the first stand-alone, battery-powered electronic locks for access control.
With its online and real-time technology, our market-leading XS4 platform enhances the usability of virtually every building environment by securing nearly every door and enabling the monitoring and control of every user. SALTO hardware and software can be networked without wires to provide real-time intelligence and instant control, while enabling integration with existing systems to improve manageability and enhance end-user experience.