Security Proximity Readers
Security proximity readers (including MIFARE readers) are the integral building blocks of an access control system. Operated from a central software interface, proximity access control readers are a cost-effective and recognised security resource for your business or residential premises.
Proximity or MIFARE readers are the front end of your access control system network, adding a vital layer of security and time & attendance auditing to your business. Verification takes place locally to the electronic reader and the information is brought together in the software. Not only does this mean that your access system will protect you against unwarranted access to your premises, but it will also provide you with a definitive time & attendance log stating who went where and when.
For security integrators and security managers alike, access control proximity and MIFARE entry are the industry standard for physical access control. A cost-effective security option, the readers themselves come in a variety of forms including proximity only, keypad and proximity or a combination of biometrics, keypad entry and proximity card. It is therefore important to determine the level of security and verification you require before designing your access control system. Whatever the security requirement or building aesthetic considerations, a fitting access control reader will be available for your requirements.
FTL Secure Solutions have considerable experience in the design, installation and maintenance of access control systems with over 20 year experience in the field. We have the in-house expertise to design the right security solution (including software and hardware) to meet your exact security requirement. Our experience ranges from small standalone access control systems through to larger networked access control and security systems. As an NSI Gold security installer and maintenance provider, our security systems installation, maintenance and design comply with the leading security accreditation body in the UK.