Residential access control is about empowering residents with the ability to control lock functions remotely. By facilitating communication between resident and visitor, entry can be restricted only to expected, known, and welcomed individuals.
For apartment blocks, multi-way entry systems have become a standard fixture. In buildings where residents may not be able to see the main entrance, audio or visual communication adds a further layer of visibility and security.
Visitors approach the building and request access at a door station, triggering a buzzer or call to a resident. The resident then chooses whether or not to grant access.
When residential projects require automatic opening of a perimeter gate, radio frequency transmission provides a simple and elegant solution. The driver keeps a handheld transmitter in the car, presses the button when outside the gate, and signals the receiver to activate the gate opening device.