Similar to keyfob systems, keypad entry systems provide a modern, secure way of managing access to a building.
The systems are set up in much the same way too. There is one central system, providing varying degrees of access in and around the building. Access is managed via punching in codes into the keypad.
Keypads are often used:
Externally – the office front door, security gates and more
Internally – internal doors restricting access to certain areas
Where keypad systems have a unique benefit is for unstaffed sites and premises, such as building sites.
For example, you can provide site visitors, subcontractors and guests with the keypad code in advance and they can let themselves in easily.
Keypads are also widely used by: