Security System

Accurate Controls develops automated, integrated security systems for large and small facilities, including courthouses, jails, detention centers, police departments and prisons. Every system is non-proprietary, so owners can install, maintain and service the security system software and components locally – saving money. Accurate Controls security systems are less expensive to maintain because parts and service are available through multiple third parties. See attached PDF for our Business Line Card.

Each security system function (module) can stand alone, or integrate into a comprehensive, automated system driven by a touch-screen operator station. Each security system module is described Each security system module is described in detail in each drop down tab.

Features of Accurate Controls Integrated Security Systems

Touch-screen computer operator stations integrate and control every security element of an Accurate Controls institutional security system, including:

  • door control monitoring
  • access control
  • intercom and paging audio systems
  • duress alarms
  • perimeter detection
  • closed-circuit television
  • audio systems
  • utility control
  • video visitation and arraignment
  • digital recording


New or Existing Institutional Security Systems
Accurate Controls can engineer non-proprietary security systems to meet the individual needs of its clients, or integrate existing independent systems (duress alarms, door control monitoring, access control, video surveillance, etc.) into one automated security system driven by a video-graphic (touch-screen) computer operator station.

Architecturally Open-ended
Since Accurate Controls creates its security systems for flexibility, they are open-ended and easily modified in case future additions are required. Because we use only non-proprietary components and software, our institutional security systems and software can be serviced and modified by Accurate Controls or by other providers – saving owners time and money.

Proven Technology: Wonderware In-touch Software
Accurate Controls utilizes only proven technology in its automated security systems. Every element of an institutional security system is driven by Wonderware In-touch software, a leading industrial automation and information software solution. Accurate Controls uses Wonderware programming function to develop its security systems, and the functionality of those systems, to meet the needs of individual facilities. Any Wonderware dealer in the country can modify the software if the need arises. That means, although owners of the systems are welcome to contact Accurate Controls for modifications, they can choose to seek changes in the software from a Wonderware dealer locally, as well.

Easy to Use
Our non-propriety institutional security systems offer unlimited levels of password protection, pre-programmed operator station reminders, and an easy-to-use graphic display.

Save Time, Labor and Money
Accurate Controls’ integrated security systems help prisons, jails and police stations 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 the systems, or Accurate Controls can install the systems. 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.