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How Can Industrial Access Control Systems in Miami Protect You?

Miami Access Control System

Boasting more than a half-million residents, the city of Miami, Florida is the second-most populous city in the state. Residents and travelers alike love Miami for its beautiful south shore beaches and happening nightlife the city offers. Each year, the city of Miami brings in more than 16 million visitors who flood the entire city with tourism traffic.

Miami companies and homeowners who enjoy the benefits of the popular city also need to protect their properties from unwanted visitors and break-ins. As a solution, Hi-Tech Security offers sophisticated access control systems.

Installing an access control system makes it possible to control access to entire buildings as well as certain areas of a building. The best access control systems have detailed regulations specific to each resident and/or employee.

What are the notable industrial Access Control System features?

  • Detailed user logs
  • Personnel access and restrictions
  • Simplified controls
  • Easy updates

If you’re a business owner, consider the state-of-the-art security systems offered by Hi-Tech Security as one of the best ways to ensure the safety of your most valuable assets. 

What Are Access Control Systems You Can Trust?

Modern Access Control Systems are compact and offer more sophistication than in the past. For homes and businesses in Miami, hidden cameras and identification technology create top-of-the-line security systems that hold up against even the most intelligent intruders.

One of the most important features of Access Control Systems is access devices. Hi-Tech Security offers businesses and residential homeowners multiple options for access control. 

Sophisticated Access Devices:

  • Proximity card readers
  • Biometric readers
  • PIN codes

In addition to access features, there are many other customizable elements for your access control system including cameras. Different types of buildings require different types of cameras to be able to survey the property appropriately. Having a suite of tech-savvy camera options makes that possible.

What types of cameras can I choose from for my access control system?

You can choose from a variety of advanced camera systems, such as:

  • Hidden cameras
  • Dome cameras
  • Bullet cameras
  • Mini cameras
  • Box-style cameras
  • PTZ (pan, tilt, zoom) cameras

 

With the assistance of these camera options, business owners can screen footage in real-time and store and review footage with our easy to use video systems

Reliable Miami Access Control System Installation

No matter what your security needs are, Hi-Tech Security has the technology to build a custom system that delivers beyond your expectations. For more than 14 years, Hi-Tech has been serving business owners and residents of Miami with state-of-the-art security systems they can trust. 

At Hi-Tech, our team members are highly trained and certified to install your custom-made security system. Any system you choose comes equipped with low-voltage certification and follow the National Electric Code and its standards. Hi-Tech also offers a lifetime technical support guarantee. That means if your system needs repairs, you never have to go without the security your business needs. 

To schedule your free installation quote, call our office at 954-394-2292 or contact us online today. There’s no better time than now to start protecting your business.

Call us at 954-394-2292 to schedule a FREE Consultation & FREE Quote!

Features to look for in your Access Control System:

  • MAG LOCK’s vs. Door Strike’s:
    Electronic MAGLOCK’s tend to protect entry into doors from unauthorized individuals with great success, due to the fact of being able to protect a door from up to 1200LBS of Pressure. While Door Strikes work great for interior doors or small offices,yet they do not have the same industrial strength as MAG LOCK’s (which are more likely to work in any environment or application.)
  • Pin Code / Proximity Card Readers vs. Biometric Readers:
    For Basic Access Control Security and Protection, Pin Code / Proximity Card Readers work great. They give the customer the option of either or both giving out Pin Codes for accessing a door or going with specific proximity cards. For the ultimate in Access Control Security with the highest level of security protection to any door, going with Biometric (Finger Print) Readers is ALWAYS Highly Recommended!
  • Stand Alone System Vs. Server Based System:
    A Stand Alone System is recommended for basic systems with only a few doors. This feature saves and stores all Pin Code and Proximity Card Information on each reader only. While, a Server Based System is for a more sophisticated system that gives the customer the ability to ADD, EDIT and DELETE User’s and User Information (such as User Name’s, User Pin Code’s and User Proximity Cards) at will from a Server Based Software Program.
  • Request to Exit:
    Any Professional Grade Access Control System must have either, if not both a Request To Exit Button and a Motion Activated Motion Sensor that will automatically release any MAG LOCK or Door Stike installed on a any specific door.
  • Licensed & Insured?:
    Make sure the Security Company that is installing your Access Control System is both State Licensed and Insured! Yes, Hi Tech Security is State Licensed and Insured in the State of Florida and is a Certified Low Voltage Electrical Contractor.

Why Choose Hi-Tech Security vs. other companies?

  1. In Business for Over 11 years, Since 2005
  2. We are State Licensed & Insured
  3. We are Certified Low Voltage Electrical Contractors in the State of Florida
  4. We are Certified Security Installers of Sony, Hikvision, Honeywell and Digital Watchdog CCTV Security Products
  5. Office & Showroom Located at 3411 Powerline Rd. #706, Oakland Park, FL 33309
  6. We offer Lifetime Technical Support
  7. We follow ALL NEC (National Electrical Code) Industry Standards