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Entry Control Units

Advanced Access Devices Can Be Integrated into Your Monitoring Master

Your access control devices can be integrated right into your existing monitoring network. By integrating your building access controls directly into your existing monitoring system, you'll save yourself from needless expenditures associated with developing a separate system.

Enhancing Your Site Visibility is Easy With Entry Control Units

When users attempt to access your sites, they will interact with data input devices such as proxy card readers and keypads. These weather and tamper resistant devices provide much more site security than ordinary locks and keys.

When users enter access data into these input devices, it is verified by the Entry Control Unit (ECU) on the interior of the site directly behind the proxy card reader. If the user is validated for access, the door will ECU will then release the door strike.

Each of these individual access attempts is recorded, combining the information with the time and point of access. This data flows upward through the monitoring system, and is collected by the system master. The master is then able to create detailed history logs of every access attempt, and provide alarm notifications to your operators whenever necessary through a single interface.

An Integrated System Will Save Your Company Substantial Operating Costs

Integrating your access controls with your existing alarm monitoring system is a cost-efficient solution. Using a single interface for all your monitoring applications will:
  • Create substantial savings in initial expenditure for an additional monitoring system
  • Eliminate the need for extra terminals and monitoring system operators, saving your company labor and equipment costs
  • Allow you to easily manage all of your alarms through a single system
  • Provide detailed historical logging of access events, allowing you to track maintenance and other operations at all of your sites

Monitoring Access Control is Easy with One Screen

As a leading producer of network alarm monitoring equipment, DPS strives to offer their customers products to meet all of their network security needs. Now, DPS provides clients with site security through their building access product line, which increases the functionality of ultra-reliable DPS network monitoring systems.

Integrating building access controls into a network alarm monitoring system allows you to simply utilize their existing master browser to monitor their building access events. Your technicians simply connect access devices such as keypads and proxy card readers to their system, and the system master will automatically collect the access data.

The system master can provide detailed reports on these access events. This can be particularly useful in the event of theft or vandalism at one of your sites. This data can be combined with network alarm data as well, letting you know immediately if a visitor to your site has tampered with your mission-critical equipment.

You need a system that can be tailored to the unique access needs of your important sites. At DPS Telecom, this custom design is a standard service. Our business has been built on continuous innovation, and we embrace opportunities to design new monitoring solutions.

Our integrated building access systems are backed by a 30-day, no-risk guarantee. Test the proposed solution under real-world conditions for 30 days, and if, at any time during that period, you decide for any reason that our solution will not meet your access control needs, you can cancel your order with no further obligation. It sounds crazy, but in the 15 years we've offered our no-risk guarantee, not one client has returned a custom solution.


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