Tag Archives: Access Control


Stand Alone Door Access Control System

neptune-keypad2Experiencing a system where you currently have no control of adding or deleting user cards or pins?

There is a simple solution which allows you to have greater control of your door access control system by having your current H.I.D or any other brand reader changed to a Neptune reader.

The Neptune reader allows either pin or card entry.

Same access cards can still be used.

Specifications of system:

  • Full programmable from keypad, master code holder may add and delete users within seconds via keypad.
  • 2100 User Capacity.
  • Water Proof IP68 rated.
  • Strong zinc alloy electroplated anti-vandal keypad.
  • 4-8 digits PIN length.
  • Built-in EM & HID 125 kHz RFID reader.
  • Back lit keypad.
  • Built in buzzer.
  • 12 months onsite warranty.


Security licensed CBD Locksmiths to attend de commission, remove existing reader, supply and fit Neptune reader, re -wired from reader and controller and power supply, commission, assist in programming new users and master code.

We can offer you this system  for an unbeatable price of $880.00 installed in place of your existing door access system.

We can also supply and fresh fit a new security door access control system, tailored to suit your needs.

For an obligation free quotation, contact us today to discuss your options on (02) 9232 8839


Swipe Card & Electronic Key Systems

Looking for information regarding door access control systems? Seeking to get a copy of swipe card or an electronic fob access key to access your building or office?

To have a copy of your current swipe card or an electronic fob access key to access your building or office, you would need to get in touch with any of the following 4.

1. Your building manager

2.  Strata

3.  Body Corporate

4.  Real Estate Agent.

If you are seeking a complete new access control system to be supplied and fitted, we can assist you.

Contact us at anytime on (02) 9232 8839 to arrange an obligation free onsite quotation.


CS Evolution Access Control

CS Evolution Access Control

CS Evolution Access Control


This widely used CS access control system is Australian designed and made by CS Technologies.

Complete data logged door access control system. Allows you to add and delete users with a click of a mouse. Controls and records who, when and where.

Not only can it control doors, it can part control your alarm, lighting, air conditioning and lifts. “now that’s what I call intelligent security”.

Programme can be securely accessed and controlled from a central unit, or any any internet connection point with a PC or iPhone app.

Evolution is user-friendly. The system is designed to provide a cost effective solution plus the ability to seamlessly expand and adapt to future growth needs. There is no need to pay for “overweight” access control systems. CS Access Control is available at a fraction of the price, does not need an engineer to program and offers all the features that the majority of sites will require.

No licence or annual fees are required to own and run this system.

It’s tested and proven to be of high Security, reliable, expandable and once again, extremely user friendly.

Furthermore, CS Technologies and LSC are our local supplier permitting us instant access to its complete product range, same business day. No waiting on parts.

We would be more than happy to attend your premises and discuss with you how you may be able to benefit from this intelligent security access system and how it can work for you.

Contact us on 902) 9232 8839 for further information or question you may have regarding this system.

What Do Locksmiths Really Do?

What Do Locksmiths Really Do?

What Do Locksmiths Really Do?

Locksmiths generally offer sales service and installation of all locking systems. Locksmiths highly specialise in key duplication. Locksmiths have a deep insight on property security and offer security surveys and on the spot solutions. Locksmiths also specialise in safes. A skillful Locksmith can unlock, manipulate open locking systems. Today’s locksmiths mostly are keeping up to date with the latest in security technology, they are licensed to supply, service and also install electronic security, such as access control, CCTV and Alarms. If there is anything you require relating to Security, you now know to contact your local Locksmith.

If you require more information on our industry, please feel free to contact us at anytime, we would be more that happy to better explain to you what Locksmith do.


Eka – Intelligent Security System

Up until now, if you were looking for a locking system to provide security for your facility you had two choices.

1.   Traditional, mechanical Masterkey system OR

2.   Wired access control systems. However, both these systems are limited.

With traditional, mechanical Masterkey systems you have no way of knowing who, when or where someone has entered your building. Further, if you lose a key you have to either re-key your system (expensive and time consuming) or allow your security to be compromised.

Wired access control systems on the other hand are expensive because each and every door has to be wired back to a central control area. Most outside gates, padlocks, safes are excluded from the system.

Benefits of the EKA System:

1.       No Wiring.

2.       Simple and easy to use.

3.       No More Bunch of Keys.

4.       Audit Trail and Custom Reporting.

5.       Extremely Secure.

6.       Eliminates the risk associated with lost, stolen or copied keys:

7.       Expandable

8.       Cost Effective.

Unlike the mechanical pin-based locks, the EKA cylinders have a unique physical design that prevents the use of standard lock picking tools. This, combined with the encrypted access codes within the cylinder, makes the EKA cylinder virtually pickproof.

The EKA cylinder has a circuit board with micro-processor and memory. Four types of information are stored in the cylinder: Encrypted access codes that ensure only keys within the system work with the lock, the unique ID number of the lock cylinder, a record of the last 1100 entries, and a list of lost key IDs to eliminate access by any key that is missing or lost. The circuit board inside the cylinder is potted, which provides protection from environmental hazards like salt air, dust and water. This allows installation in both indoor and harsh outdoor applications.

EKA cylinders have been tested for electrical current using a stun gun rated at 300,000 volts, and with magnets rated in excess of 18,000 gauss. The cylinders remain in a locked position and continue to perform normally.

The EKA key contains four levels of intelligence: encrypted access codes to ensure the key is from the same installation, the unique ID number of the key, access privileges for the user of the key, and storage of up to the last 3300 events, both entries and denied entries.

A standard lithium 3-volt battery located in the EKA key provides the power of the EKA System. When the key comes in contact with the cylinder, it powers up the circuitry in the lock so that the key and lock can communicate. A single battery will provide between 3000 and 5000 openings.

The unique exchange of encrypted access codes between the lock and key gives a high degree of key integrity. The encrypted codes ensure keys from other systems cannot work in your system. It is also the reason why we do not need to rely on patents for protection against key duplication as would a conventional mechanical masterkey system.

The EKA key is made of super tough nylon. The electronics of the keys are fully coated and are water resistant. Keys dropped into water once dry will continue to operate. Keys that have suffered high impact such as being dropped or run over by a car will in most circumstances continue to operate. The key has a replaceable brass tip that is designed to be sacrificial to prevent damage to both the overall keys and the cylinders. This part can easily be replaced in the field.


The EKA Masterkey system software is simple and easy to use. The software allows you to assign keys, set expiry times, create access groups, enroll new cylinders, monitor staff and contractors, create access schedules and generate audit trails and custom reports.

There are two versions of software:

CyberAudit: This software is access based and is perfect for smaller or single site applications. It is designed to work on a stand alone computer. The software can accommodate up to 350 locks and 350 keys. This is the base version software but can easily be upgraded at a later stage to CyberAudit Web.

CyberAudit Web: This is a Web based enterprise version software. It is designed with large scale installations in mind. It is suitable for applications with large numbers of keys and locks as well as installations with numerous sites. This software can even manage applications in numerous countries or time zones. It is a server based application that requires no client side software. The limit on the number of locks and keys this software can handle is based around the hardware capabilities however the standard specification is suitable for 15000 locks and 15000 keys.

Both EKA softwares are designed in a way to enable anyone to use them. They have point and click screens with drop down information boxes. The EKA IT support team can simply supply the software and the manuals or provide a complete A to Z installation and training service. Regardless of how you choose to install your software, EKA’s on going support is available to you.

For further information please feel free to contact us at anytime.

What is Access Control?

For thousands of years, there have been thieves and criminals or wish to steel or cause damage. For the same length of time, however, there have been systems in place to counteract these troublemakers and keep law-abiding citizens as safe and happy as possible. Throughout history, these systems have gotten better and better in order to keep up with the criminals. As modern society moves further into the cyber age, these systems, known as access control systems, have become almost completely computer-controlled. This short blog will explain what access control is and how it works in the most simplified way.
Access control is, in reality, an everyday phenomenon. The possession of access control is of prime importance when persons seek to secure important, confidential, or sensitive information and equipment.
Access control is an electronic locking system which enables an authority to control access to areas. An access control system is generally seen as the second layer in the security of a physical structure. Hardware usually consists of an electronic locking device, 12V low voltage constant power supply, controller, reader and request to exit button. Installation cost varies as each individual site is unique and different in construction.
Access control can be controlled by Card, Fob keys, Pin, Fingerprint (Bio-metric) or swipe.
Lots of companies use proximity cards or fob keys to control physical access. An employee holds their card or fob key within a few inches of the reader; the reader receives a unique id from the card or fob key and transmits it to a controller that tells it whether or not to open the door. Staff time and attendance data is stored and can be retrieved within seconds by the administrator.
This is rather magical, considering that the tags are small in size and hold no battery.

We are more than happy to meet and explain this further with you and show you how this state of the art security control system can be useful. We can even supply you costing on the spot. Please feel free to contact us at anytime.