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Door Locking System

SPS provides consulting, design, and implementation of modern Door Locking System to provide security and control access authorization whether in hotels, administrative buildings, production plants, public institutions, hospitals, commercial or private buildings.

Electronic door locks can be controlled, monitored remotely and integrated with GRMS to facilitate the building management and energy saving.

Electronic door locks are a way to replace keys or to add additional automation features, like remote locking or unlocking. Although most commonly found on cars, many cutting-edge security providers are offering electronic door locks for homes and businesses.

Electronic door locks involve parts called “actuators,” which connect the bolt or the cylinder to a small motor completely buried within the door or frame itself. The motor is controlled by an electrical impulse, which may be triggered in a number of ways: by an electronic card reader, by a keypad or by a wireless remote control sensor. Either way, the electronic door lock is
configured to start the motor-driven actuator only once it has received the correct electronic input.

On most electronic door locks, you’ll find some combination of physical and electronic locking control on the same door. For example, you may have a physical key for setup and emergency backup, but use the remote or keypad to lock and unlock the door on a day-to-day basis. This provides an extra layer of convenience and safety for the user, but may also provide additional
functionality as well.