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Advanced Access Control Solutions

Secure your commercial premises with our state-of-the-art access control systems and solutions.

Why Invest In Access Control Systems

From reduction of theft and violence to maintaining the security of your facilities, there are multiple reasons for implementing effective access control. Terrorists, disgruntled customers, and dishonest employees pose great risks to organizations of any size in any industry, but access control systems provided and installed by a company you trust can help mitigate these risks.

Our Range Of Access Control Systems

Response One offers a variaty of access control solutions to meet different, specific needs.

See our options below, or enquire with us for more.

Anviz Smarter Access Control

Response One Ghana’s cloud-based access control combines intuitive user management with a seamless alarm and video integration. Whether you’re a small business with one door or a large multi-location operation with hundreds of doors, we’ve got you covered.

W2 Pro Color Screen Fingerprint & RFID Access Control

W2 Pro is the new generation fingerprint access control & time attendance terminal based on Linux platform. W2 Pro with 2.8-inch color LCD, full capacitive touch keypads and touch optical fingerprint sensor will offer convenient operation experience and improve the practicality of the wet and dry fingers. W2 Pro with TCP/IP communication and traditional RS485, Wiegand in/out to provide higher flexibility and multiple communication options for different environments. It also has powerful access control interface relay output, door contact and multiple I/O ports can also be expanded with third party access control systems. Full upgrade for W series with battery will power your business anytime and anywhere.

Access Control iDAccess Pro Prox

Modern and innovative, iDAccess Pro Prox is the ideal device to monitor and control people entering and leaving corporate environments that demand high performance. The quad-core 1.2GHz processor ensures fast processing. In addition, the device has a 3.5” touchscreen display and embedded web software that facilitates access rule management.

  • 3.5” touchscreen display
  • 1.2 GHz quad-core processor
  • TCP / IP communication
  • Customized access rules according to groups and schedules
  • Biometric identification, proximity card and password

Time Attendance iDFlex

Modern and innovative, iDAccess Pro Prox is the ideal device to monitor and control people entering and leaving corporate environments that demand high performance. The quad-core 1.2GHz processor ensures fast processing. In addition, the device has a 3.5” touchscreen display and embedded web software that facilitates access rule management.

A Simpler Way To Manage Access To Your Premises

Add or remove access users and cards in seconds from either the Alarm.com mobile app or website. Bulk-add hundreds of users at once or set cards to automatically deactivate on a certain date in real time.

Standardization & Innovation

Response One Ghana Commercial access control systems are continually evolving. We can provide a planned migration path to help keep you up-to-date with the ever-changing compliance, security and functionality requirements.

Card readers

Your custom system might utilize a range of authentication and reader types, depending on your security needs both in the present and future. Proximity cards, smart cards, or biometrics are a few great options.

Simple networks & interface

Because expandability and integration are common concerns in business security, our stand-alone system is also sure to provide wireless wide-area networking for all types of facilities. Single, multiple, and even remote facilities all come with an easy-to-use interface that can help your business embrace the protection and convenience our monitoring systems have to offer.

Biometric

Biometrics refers to any array of technologies that measure unique body characteristics, such as DNA, fingerprints, retinas and irises, and even voice patterns, all of which can be captured and stored in a database that is used to authenticate any single person’s identity.