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Electronic Locking Systems

 

Electronic Locking Systems

 

An electronic door lock is a locking device that can be added to doors as an increased measure of security. Operated by an electric current, this device may either come as a stand-alone system with an electronic control assembly mounted directly to the lock, or more typically, connected to an access control system in another location. The professionals at All Secured Security Services in Columbus, Ohio have over 25 years of experience in installing these locks in businesses, hotels and even homes, and can help you integrate an electronic door lock system that meets your security needs.

 

Electronic door locks use magnets, solenoids, or motors to activate the lock and release the door when power is either delivered or removed, depending on the system. Operating the lock can be as simple as using a switch, like in an apartment intercom door release, or as complex as a biometric-based access control system. In any case, implementing an electronic door lock provides heightened security and several advantages in a few distinct ways, such as:

 

  • Proven key control, ensuring that keys are only used by approved people
  • Flexibility in adding or removing keys without re-keying the lock cylinder
  • Fine-grained access control
  • Transaction logging/Activity recording
  • Easy installation without door hardware modifications
  • Audit trails to monitor user access and attempted access

 

Electronic locking systems are also covered by building codes, most notably NFPA the National Fire Protection Agency and ADA the Americans with Disability Act. As an electronic locking system provider, All Secured Security Services stays current on all codes and requirements. As an award-winning access control company, we guarantee 100 percent quality service while delivering the peace of mind you deserve. For more information on installing an electronic door lock system into your facility or home, contact the professionals at All Secured in Columbus, Ohio today.

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