Access Control Security Systems
Door Access Specialist
Turple Communications is composed of professional, knowledgeable, experienced and well-trained security systems specialists who provide well-designed access solutions & visitor management for protecting and controlling government and military installations, banks, hotels, universities & schools, hospitals & medical clinics, retail stores, office buildings, vehicles and other commercial applications.
We offer state-of-the-art access control systems and components including gates, turnstiles, keypad systems, biometrics readers, and traditional card access. Which system you choose depends on the purpose and on your unique safety requirements.
Our access control services are available in the Halifax including surrounding Dartmouth, Bedford, Moncton, Charlottetown and Sydney.
We offer different types of access control systems, including:
- Network Solutions: Web-based / Cloud Access Control remote via smartphone
- Keypad Access Control
- Biometric Access Control (fingerprint access)
- Proximity Access Control with key cards and fobs
- Turnstile / Entrance Gate Access Security system
We will help you design and install an access control system for your business or building with access control solutions of the most trusted brands, including: HID, S2, Brivo, Paxton, Honeywell, Keri, Keyscan & Kaba systems.
Access Control Integration
Access Control Systems (ACS) can be integrated into a comprehensive security plan that involves aspects of physical layout like electronic locks, intercom systems, security video surveillance systems, lighting and heating & cooling systems. We recommend integrating the access control system with all other systems to create a comprehensive and robust system.
Choose Turple Communications & Systems Security – Your Access Control Experts
Whether you are looking for a single door access control or network access control system for commercial or residential building, you should consult with experts to design a system tailored exactly to your needs