Gate and fence access control prevents unauthorized personnel from penetrating a school’s campus. Securitron Electromagnetic Locks, HES Electric Strikes, and Securitron Gate Locks, certified for outdoor use, are designed to leverage the existing hardware to make retrofit upgrades easy and efficient.
From auditoriums to front office vestibules, education facilities have a variety of exterior openings. Adams Rite electric strikes, electrified deadlatches, exit devices, and trim can be integrated with existing access control systems to ensure that every opening within the building envelope is secured and monitored on the same security system.
Securitron Electromagnetic Locks, HES Electric Strikes and Adams Rite Exit Devices strengthen access control on hollow metal, wood, and aluminum doors. As schools incorporate glass structures to increase safety, access control can be added with surface mounted digital glass door locks, wireless readers and additional locking solutions.
Rekeying facilities to account for student and faculty turnover can be time-consuming and expensive. With electronic cylinders, key access can be electronically changed in minutes. Medeco Intelligent Keys allow for accountability and electronic scheduling while utilizing existing hardware and reducing the risk of lost keys.
Cabinet Doors & Drawers
From administrative offices to teacher resources, HES wireless and stand-alone cabinet locks offer audit trail capabilities and accountability for sensitive data, pharmaceutical equipment, and personal belongings.
School administrators and staff need a fast method to lock down spaces from entire buildings to individual classrooms. Alarm Controls lockdown buttons and monitoring stations provide security in seconds.
It is important to know that each power supply on campus are working properly. Being alerted to problems before trouble surfaces can prevent a major security breach. Securitron AQL Series Intelligent Power Supplies offers network monitoring which provides live system notifications to alert you before serious power failures arise, preventing system downtime and maintaining campus security.