telephone entry system

These access control systems allow visitors to dial the resident directly for access featuring two-way communication. Certain systems will allow you to monitor activity as it happens, and the system will prevent code entries from being distributed to unauthorized people.

Common telephone entry systems:

LiftMaster CAPXM/CAPXL, Elika Telephone Entry System, etc.

magnetic lock

Compatible with any access control system, Magnetic door locks (Maglocks) meet the demands of security professionals and the most rigorous building and fire life safety codes in the world. With no moving parts to bind or wear out, electromagnetic door locks provide positive, instantaneous release, whether caused by a signal from the fire command center, remote control, or access control.


A keypad at your gate will allow access to your property with a numerical code.

card reader

Requires the use of a physical credential to obtain access to the property. This delivers a higher degree of control to the end-user than a keypad. Programmed gate cards or gate fobs for gated access control.

proximity card

A physical credential that is used in conjunction with a card reader for access control. Information that is embedded on this card links it to the user (if used in a monitored system.)


With a click of a button, you can enter or exit your gate without having to leave your vehicle.

emergency access devices

These devices are used to open residential, commercial, airport, government, and military gates during an emergency. When you need your gates or barriers arms to open for emergency responders, you will need an emergency access device installed on each of these.

long range proximity reader

Allows for long-range reading of proximity credentials.

request to exit button

Installed on the secure side of the door or pedestrian gate, the lock will release with a push of this button.