Standalone Access Control


Ideal for securing internal doors to prevent unauthorised access

A range of locking options are available and we’re sure to have a solution for all of our clients’ needs.

How does it work?

As the name suggests, standalone access is designed to control access to one door only. Each authorised user is provided with a proximity fob or card and is then able to gain access through the controlled door. This type of installation is typically suited to internal office doors and buildings where only a handful of people require access.

What if I have multiple doors that require access control?

If multiple doors require access control, there are two options:

  • Add additional standalone doors – Each user’s fob or card can be registered on multiple doors to allow access. This is usually fine if you only have a few fob users that require access, as the process is still manageable. In buildings where there are a lot of users however, it can become more complicated,  in which case a networked access control system may be more suitable…
  • Install a networked system – Networked access control is exactly that. All of the access controlled doors in the building are interlinked and users are managed via a PC. This keeps things very clear as all of the users are managed centrally. Visit our Networked Access Control page to find out more.

Standalone Access Control is what I’m looking for… What next?

If standalone access control looks to fit your needs then please give our office a call and speak to one of our team about the next steps. We’ll talk to you about your current situation and will advise on the best course to take. If you’re happy with our proposals, we’ll provide you with a free, no obligation quote and will always endeavour to give you the best possible price.

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