Access Systems

Access Control Systems are electronic security systems designed and installed to provide protection against unwanted visitors into a property and allow free movement and entry for authorised users where there is frequent personnel traffic.

F.R.F. Alarms install state of the art systems that take advantage of the latest technology. From coded door entry systems to advanced biometric readers, we have a system to suit all requiremens.

Access Control / Intercoms

Ensuring that you know who is at your door before allowing access is an effective solution to many acces control requirements.

F.R.F. Alarms install both electronic and magnetic lock systems that provide a strong an effective solution to ensure that only the visitors of your choice gain access to your home or business.

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Audible Video entry Systems

F.R.F. Alarms offer a cost effective system, allowing two way speech and remote release facility. Modern stylish wall or desk mounted handsets located within the premises give telephone quality speech.

Being able to see who is at the door can be more important than just speaking to them. F.R.F. Alarms supply the most technological, stylish, state of the art video door entry systems which provide high resolution images for positive identification prior to allowing access.

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Card & Biometric Readers

Access control can be installed to your business using one or more of a range of systems. From digital card readers and proximity key fob readers to biometric readers such as finger print and iris recognition that take advantage of the individual charateristics of each and every one of us.

F.R.F Alarms will design and install a system that best meets your requirements and takes into concideration a wide range of elements prior to sugesting the most suitable system for you.

For Example:

  • How many and where are the entry/exit points
  • The desired level of security
  • The movement of staff around the building
  • A method of operation
  • Future growth of the building / business
  • The turnover of employees
  • Access for the disabled
  • Interface with other systems e.g. Fire alarm or intruder alarm

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