Total Electronics Contracting has been installing and servicing access control systems in businesses and homes for more than eighteen years. Our habit is to work directly with the architect, engineer, or customer to design a system that provides positive, perimeter protection and that is custom tailored to assist in protecting the things that matter to you most. UL Listed central station alarm monitoring is also a standard option on most system designs. Total Electronics Contracting's technicians are NICET (National Institute for certification in engineering technologies) certified and factory trained to provide the level of serve you expect from an electronics contracting company. Bid Estimates are free of charge, and systems are available from simple residential access control systems, to technologically advanced systems for any application. Total Electronics currently serves customers which include, City, State, and Federal government, Fortune 500 Corporations, School districts, as well as many homes and Churches throughout the four state area.
How do I run a report in the Integra software?
To see all events that have happened in the past, go to Reports > History Report, choose your time frame, click Preview.
To see a list of cardholders in the system, go to Reports > Database Reports, choose Cardholders Report, click Next 3 times, choose which field to sort by, click Preview Report.
What happens when a door is scheduled to be unlocked at a specific time but the business is closed for bad weather?
Our access control systems have an optional feature called "first person delay" that requires a qualified card-holder present a card after the scheduled unlock time. After this time, the door remains unlocked until the next scheduled lock time. This prevents a door from automatically unlocking if there is no one actually in the building. If this feature is not enabled, the door will unlock at the scheduled time. Contact TEC to inquire about activating this feature on your system.