You would automatically receive two hand held remote transmitters for opening and closing your gates. These are normally attached to your car-keys to operate from a vehicle and you would have an option to purchase more of these for other members of your family. As for additional access control equipment, you would need to talk to us about who you want to let in or let them out again and identify primary, secondary, unexpected or other users. Primary users are you, your family, close friends and relatives. All could have remote controls or there are other options to consider.
By installing a Keypad, you could issue a 4-digit code to trusted persons such as close neighbours, postmen or regular delivery / collection companies. For less secure situations the gates can be held open on a ‘timed’ basis, during key periods of daylight hours and programmed to close in the evening, in very much the same way as you would operate your central heating.
By installing an intercom (with or without a keypad) – This would allow you to identify a person before deciding whether or not to let them in, issue the keypad code to trusted persons which can be changed for security and is ideal for identifying unwanted or unexpected visitors. We have a large range of options such as GSM, video, wireless & hard-wired types and our team of experts would explain all of their different benefits.
When leaving your property you can open your gates via your remote transmitters, your internal intercom handset or you may also wish to consider a ground loop on the inside of your property which automatically recognises the magnetic field & direction of a vehicle for free-exit. A standalone keypad should your gates be programmed to automatically close, is a also popular option for visitors leaving.