Automation & Access Control

Simple residential or estate gates or complex perimeter security integration, our automation and access control can take you from concept to completion.

Access control systems turn ordinary automated gates into an integral part of your security and building management systems.

Liftmaster access control

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Rite-Way Fencing supplies and installs the LiftMaster range of access control accessories, designed to work seamlessly with all of their high quality commercial and industrial operators.

If you want to discuss your access control options while getting a quote on fencing, gates, automation or a combination of all of those, be sure to ask your representative to provide you with those options.  

 

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  • KPW5 & KPW250

    KPW5 & KPW250

    The KPW keypads available for LiftMaster gate operators are ideal for small and large communities, whether residential or commercial. While the KPW5 can only facilitate 5 unique access codes, the KPW250 model can store up to 250 unique access codes.
  • KPR2000

    KPR2000

    The KPR2000 wired keypad and proximity reader is designed for use with LiftMaster gate operators in commercial settings. The unit is waterproof, and can accommodate up to 2,000 users, making it ideally suited to large sites.
  • EL1SS & EL25G

    EL1SS & EL25G

    When you want to control who accesses your premises, there's no better choice than an intercom operated entrance, and both of these units pair seamlessly with LiftMaster gate operators to do just that.
  • Remotes, Fobs & Cards

    Remotes, Fobs & Cards

    Remotes and fobs (which many people use interchangeably), as well as cards, are all entry options for various access control systems. Speak to your Rite-Way Fencing representative to find the best option for your site.
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