A gate can be opened, closed or paused using several types of devices. Whether you want to access your gates using a pin, remote or mobile phone, our process is to carry out a full site survey, identify the best solution to fit your requirements and install as per your approval. Suffolk Gate Automation provides access solutions to Bury St Edmunds and accross East Anglia.
The most common way to access your gate is through a remote transmitter. We provide access control to:
• Commercial sectors
• Domestic projects
• Single gate
• Multi gates
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Transmitters are the most common gadget used to open an electric gate. We can customise each button on the transmitter to suit your convenience.
Keypads and fob readers are one of the most secure methods to access your gates. We can also integrate the device with an intercom system allowing only authorised users to enter.
Intercom allows you to speak to the visitor before deciding whether to let them in or not.
Wired intercoms are best installed when the house is in construction. It uses the fixed line process and acts as a surveillance system. It can be fitted with a video interface where you can see as well as hear the visitors.
GSM intercoms are similar to the wired intercoms but they use mobile phone technology. As well as being able to dial multiple users, you can ring the gate requesting it to open.
Vehicle detection loops is an automatic setup that detects vehicles and opens or closes the gate. This setup can also be customised. To learn more, contact our representatives.
Pedestrian access is a simple way of activating an electric gate system. This is usually used more for your own convenience rather than security reasons.