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WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

“We are very happy with the camera installation as well as the door security installation. It was our first experience with cameras as well as motorized locks with fobs and we are happy we went with Central Office Systems for both of the.”

Natalie | Office Manager
Integrity Wire EDM Sussex, WI.

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

“The installation was fast and done well.”

Natalie | Office Manager
Integrity Wire EDM Sussex, WI.

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

“The support for the cameras and the locks has been both quick and reliable.”

Natalie | Office Manager
Integrity Wire EDM Sussex, WI

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

“Every time we have a question the support team not only walks us through how to solve the problem but also, provides us with a step by step guide for the future. Which is super nice, because we’ve never had to call about the same thing twice.”

Natalie | Office Manager
Integrity Wire EDM Sussex, WI.

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

“Needing new intercom system for a 6 building 120-unit apartment complex was overwhelming at only the thought it! We were lucky to find & work with the whole team at Central Office Systems.

Angela C
Sequoia Real Estate Management

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

“They have worked closely & efficiently with us, so we knew step by step what to expect, and if we ever had a problem, they fixed it in a timely manner. Our tenants are very happy with the new upgrade.”

Angela C
Sequoia Real Estate Management

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

“We chose to do a major project installing a surveillance system throughout our property. Central Office Systems has helped every step of the way. I was informed & aware of the exciting changes to come. ”

Angela C
Sequoia Real Estate Management

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

“The team was tasked to do the install and I use the word “task” lightly. We are an aging site with many opportunities within our platform to upgrade, so what should have been a very easy install in most cases turned into quite the job. Central Office Systems knowledge in the field is second to none in my opinion, as I have worked with many IT contractors in my career in the logistics and warehousing business.”

Joshua J. – National Logistics Company on their Waukesha location

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

“The team of installers operated extremely professionally and safely, side by side with my very fast paced team. I am highly impressed with the end to end experience.”

Joshua J. – National Logistics Company on their Waukesha location

Door access control systems are digital security systems that ensure authorized access to your building. Avoid trespassing, vandalism, and other criminal activity at your business. Door access control systems simplify entry to your building. You can issue users convenient forms of entry like card keys, key fobs, mobile app barcodes, and more.

We Provide Higher Grade Security

Locking mechanisms for access control systems tend to be more secure than traditional locks. They can be either magnetic, electric, and a few other options. Plus, they can be connected to additional video security systems.

Digital NOT Keys

Users can easily unlock doors with digital methods such as key fobs or mobile apps. You can integrate your door access control system with back-end software and monitor remotely.

Convenience

Users can unlock access control systems very easily compared to traditional lock-and-key systems. There are many different forms of entry including fobs, cards, mobile apps, and more.

Different Types of Systems for Different Organizations.

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OUR SYSTEMS SERVE THE FOLLOWING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Real estate

  • Tech

  • Shared Work Spaces

  • Healthcare

  • Labs

  • Media

  • Non-Profits

  • Education

  • Manufacturing

  • Fitness centers

  • Churches

  • Government

  • Energy Companies

  • Hospitality

  • Leisure and Entertainment

  • Transportation

Single-door systems are more cost-efficient, but not very expandable. Multi-door systems can be integrated under one control system and software all at once, so you can streamline your monitoring. However, they cost more up-front.

WAYS TO OPEN DOORS – AND SECURE THEM!

Keypads: Users type in a password using a keypad on the front of the door. Entering the correct password cues the door to unlock.

Proximity Readers: These are perhaps the most popular form of entry for door access control systems. Proximity readers require users to present a pre-programmed card, key fob, or mobile app bar code close to the reader, which unlocks the door. Some businesses choose to also add photo IDs to users’ card keys, which adds extra security.

Biometric Readers: These readers require users to scan their fingerprint, palmprint, face, etc. to gain access to a building. These are known as the most secure forms of door access control because a fingerprint can never be mistaken for someone else’s.

Intercom Systems: Intercoms usually use a combination of keypad and audio answering system. It gives an extra layer of security by requiring users to enter a passcode and call an administrator to confirm authorized access.

TYPES OF LOCKS

Magnetic Locks: Magnetic locks are stronger than traditional door locks.

Electric strike Locks: (Most popular) These locks are slightly less secure than magnetic locks but more secure than stand-alone locks.

Electric Deadbolts: The most secure locking mechanism for a system.

HOW OUR SOLUTIONS WORK

THERE ARE A FEW WAYS TO CONTROL YOUR SYSTEMS:

IP/Network-Attached: Most door access control systems today use software which connects your door access control system with your IP network. Then you can adjust preferences and view activity from your computer.
ODBC-compliant software: ODBC (Open Database Compliant) control software allows you to integrate your access control system with other back-end systems. For instance, you can integrate your access control with attendance or surveillance systems.

WHY DO THEY COST?

Door access control systems ranges from $1,000 – $4,000+ per door. The overall price will depend on:

Hardware needs: for instance, the number of card keys or key fobs you need to issue.
Software needs: for instance, integrating door control software with your back-end computer systems.
Accessories: for instance, cameras or motion detectors

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