Control Access to Service and Teller Counters

In many retail locations and banks, service counters are operated only part time. Examples of this are the drug store photo counter, the bank teller window, pharmacy counters, and cash cages. The system can allow selective access to these areas based upon the individual and scheduled time periods. 

Typical uses are shown in the table below.

Protected Areas:
Doorways Identify individuals as they exit to selected floors. Block floor access for unknown individuals. Schedule entry privileges.
Other Information:
Integrate with other Systems Access control systems can take pre-determined actions, depending on trigger status from external systems, and send triggers to external systems like security, fire alarm, video, and emergency systems.