Card Access

Access control is a mechanism for restricting entrance to a building or room to authorized people. Lock and keys provide physical access, but there is no restriction of the key holder to specific times or dates nor do they provide records of the key used on any specific door. An electronic access control system determines who and when authorized people are allowed to enter or exit an area.

  • What are the advantages?

  • What will it cost to implement?

  • Who will manage the system once it's implemented?

Getting started with eLock Access Control

F&S Card Access manages a campus access control system that supports eLock access to more than 650 doors. Different installation options (alarms, horn, push button, etc.) are available depending on the installation requirements needed.

If you are interested in adding electronic access control to doors in your area: