Door access system records who entered and left a building in an emergency
Equipment from summer Olympic venues will come to the aid of a school gutted by fire. The school’s insurers have arranged temporary accommodation from London 2012 sites to be transported over and they will be reassembled as classrooms. A second fire to strike in a dozen years at Lytchett Minster Upper School had destroyed the arts and theatre block last month. The blaze at the Dorset school is believed to have been started by a lightning strike.
The T3510 from safety and security experts Tensor is the ultimate Smart Card Access Control system for doors, car park barriers and turnstiles. Linked together the system can control up to 128 doors from one PC. In a typical two door access control application a Smart Card reader is used to gain entry and exit. This has the advantage of recording who entered and who left the building, essential for accurate Fire Roll Call. Break glass units unlock the door, from the inside, in an emergency.