Doors may be configured to lock automatically on burglar alarms at businesses
A theft at Tesco in Glynneath is believed to be the largest single theft of fuel in the Neath Port Talbot area. Neath and Port Talbot police have confirmed that around 11,000 litres were stolen some time between 1am and 5am on Saturday (January 8, 2011). Sergeant Geraint Jenkins, of the Glynneath neighbourhood policing team, said: "A large box-type lorry was seen to enter the forecourt of the filling station on two occasions during the night. On the second occasion it was there for a length of time while the fuel was removed.”
Access Control Wales’ software and systems allow Access Control profiles to be easily created or customised to suit your particular site to deny unauthorised access, and can be varied minute-by-minute. Real time (near) graphical display shows doors being opened or closed, those with alarm status set and those undergoing forced entry. Doors may be configured to open automatically on fire alarms and lock automatically on burglar alarms. Many similar features for door or barrier access are available.