Door Access Control Systems
Mint Security Systems is a NSI accredited installer of Door Access Control Systems from single door to multiple doors and the new Cloud Based Access Control.
Single door to full Server Based systems.
Door Access Control Systems
Mint Security Systems are specialists in the installation and maintenance of Door Access Control Systems.
As a NSI Accredited installer of Access Control Systems Mint Security Systems supply, install and maintain systems to suit specific needs. Whether it’s a standalone single door access system or a multi-site, remotely managed access control system we have you covered.
Access control systems can be retro fitted to all your existing doors to provide an extra layer of security for your property, with a wide range of systems being available to suit the specific security requirements for your needs.
We supply and install systems from the leading brands like Paxton, Videx, PAC, Bell, ACT and Hikvision.
Our first job is to provide a free no-obligation site survey to assess your exact requirements. Once we have a clear understanding of your property and the risks you face, we can create a tailored quote that meets your particular needs.
Access Control to meet your Business needs
We offer a comprehensive range of Access Control Solutions and our engineers have excellent product knowledge, we can install access control systems that range from a single door code access keypads to large complex sites incorporating multiple doors and barriers such as large offices and Schools.
New cloud based Access Control technology allow multiple sites to be managed from one remote office allowing fobs to be issued quickly Features include:
- Simple code access to a Stockroom.
Monitoring of visitors around your property.
- Limit access to sensitive areas like Server Rooms.
- Monitor whos in the building for Fire Safety and Payroll.
- Provide a safe environment for employees, visitors and contractors.
Easy event reporting to tell you who is where and when.
- Biometrics for an extra layer of Access Control Security.
- NFC Smartphone Access Control Integration.
- Systems that can be linked with intruder alarms, CCTV and fire alarms.
Access Control Solutions for-
- Retail Shops
- Industrial Sites
- Storage Units
- Sports Clubs
- Car Parks
Types of Access Control Systems
Standalone – Standalone access control is the simplest way to secure access through doors around a building. If you’re looking to step up security, protect your staff and assets and save money, then standalone access control is for you.
Network Based– Designed to make the management of any building very simple. Our networked access control system can be administered using one or more PCs and can be monitored and managed from a central location.
PaxLock– Suitable for networked and standalone sites.The PaxLock range is a collection of wireless, electronic battery powered door handles. Easy to install on existing doors, the PaxLock range suits a variety of locations. Used with a Prox for easy entry.
Cloud Based– Flexible site management via a browser with Net2Online and from the Paxton Connect app.Easy access to your Net2 Pro system wherever you are, from any location, on any device. Allows opening of doors remotely.
Got some questions about our Access Control Systems ? Please click on our frequently asked questions, for more information.
How does Access Control work ?
Access Control is a way of controlling who has access to a building, when they have access and what rooms they have access to. This will help to create a safer environment for your building and reduce walk-in thefts. It will protect your building whilst controlling and recording the movement of staff.
How many doors can the system control ?
From 1 to 1000 doors and can be installed across multiple locations and controlled from a central PC.
How many people can have access to a door ?
The system can be used with an almost unlimited number of users and each user can be given access to only the areas they need and time zones can also be setup.
What happens during a Power Cut ?
The access control system will be installed with a battery backup, this will keep the doors locked and the Access Control System working during a power cut.
Can the Access Control be linked to our Fire Alarm ?
Yes, so when your Fire Alarm sounds all the doors controlled by the Access Control System will release to allow for a safe evacuation.