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Since 1982, Accurate Controls has designed integrated security automation systems for more than 400 correctional facilities across the United States. Accurate Controls' non-proprietary security systems provide proven technology and offer easy-to-operate touch-screen capability, architectural flexibility and added security.
Simple to Use/Proven Technology
From one central location, with a touch of the computer, system operators control exterior doors, access controls, duress alarms, utilities, perimeter detection, surveillance cameras, intercoms, paging systems and more. By integrating a number of modules – door control monitoring, access control, intercom and paging, duress alarms, video surveillance, video visitation and arraignment, and closed-circuit television (CCTV) – corrections facilities are more secure and efficient.
Save Time, Money & Labor
Accurate Controls' integrated security systems help prisons accomplish more in less time. Since all of a prison's security elements are integrated and driven from a central touch-screen computer, facilities require fewer operators and ensure improved security!
UL Listed and Non-proprietary
Accurate Controls' systems are UL (Underwriters Laboratories Inc.) labeled for safety and use only non-proprietary technology . The systems can be used to integrate independent systems already in place. Or, Accurate Controls can develop a custom-designed security system to meet specific needs. All systems are easily maintained and operated, cost-effective and architecturally open ended, meaning they can be expanded upon in the future.
Our automated security systems are backed by a one year limited parts and labor warranty – among the best in the business!
Installation & Service
Since Accurate Controls' institutional security systems are completely non-proprietary, third-party electricians are capable of installing and servicing the systems, or Accurate Controls can install and service them. That decision is completely up to the purchasing facility/owner. The same holds true for servicing or making future changes to the non-proprietary system.