Emergency Vehicle Access Control

Fast and Secure EVAC For Gated Properties

For emergency responders, accessibility is the major key in performing their duties. Securing residents’ lives and properties are their priority. If you are an emergency responder, you may have come across the difficulty of gaining immediate access to a gated community or private residence during an emergency call.

Thieves, robbers, and all criminals will have a chance to escape from your grip once you cannot immediately enter a community. By the time the gate has opened, your target may already be gone. That situation can be a thing of the past but now with the EVAC, Emergency Vehicle Access Control, fire fighters, law enforcement, medical personnel and other first-responders can have a quick access to gated properties with the push of a button.

Emergency Vehicle Access with the Push of a Button

EVAC is a radio control system designed for emergency service providers. The remotes are on a private code and sold only to emergency service providers, never to the general public. Gated communities are required to install a receiver on their gate at minimal cost to work in conjunction with the remote provided to the emergency service provider.

When a fire truck, ambulance or law enforcement vehicle arrives at a gated entry the operator simply presses the Emergency Vehicle Access Control remote and is granted access to the property. No sirens, keys or fumbling with Knox boxes and keys. Law enforcement in particular are pleased with EVAC because they do not have to sound their vehicle’s siren when responding to a burglary call or other dispatch where the “bad guys” would be tipped off.

The EVAC system can be used on community, private or commercial gates and installs quickly and out of sight. One of the best benefits is that the EVAC receiver comes at a one-time low cost to your community, residence or business.

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Benefits of having an Emergency Vehicle Access Control System

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  • Low Cost

    One of the best benefits is that the EVAC receiver comes at a one-time low cost to your community, residence, or business. Call 239-274-1789 now for more information.

  • Easy Access to Gated Communities

    When a fire truck, ambulance or law enforcement vehicle arrives at a gated entry the operator simply presses the Emergency Vehicle Access Control remote and is granted access to the property. When responders need to catch those bad guys, they will not be needing to activate their sirens to activate the access control systems, no keys or fumbling with Knox boxes and keys.

  • Catching Those “Bad Guys” will be a Lot Easier

    With an easier access to gated communities, catching thieves, robbers, or burglars will also be easier to do. Law enforcement in particular are pleased with EVAC because there is no need for them to sound their vehicle’s siren when responding to a burglary call or other dispatch that would tipped off the culprits.

  • Safe and Secure Community

    With EVAC at hand, maintaining a safe and secure community will be a piece of cake. Burglars or thieves will be wary and would have to think twice if they are planning to raise hell in gated communities with installed Emergency Vehicle Access Control Systems.

Emergency Vehicle Access Control

A Single Remote Per Vehicle Allows Access To All Suitably Equipped Locations

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Stealth Access

Specifications

Operating Frequency: All Models 300 mHz
Dimensions: 3 1/2” x 2 3/8” x 7/8”
Bit Coding: Factory coded proprietary, secure
Power: Heavy duty 9 volt battery

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Totally Secure

Specifications

Operating Frequency: All Models 300 mHz
Dimensions: 4 7/8” x 3” x 1 3/8”
Bit Coding: Factory coded proprietary, secure
Power: 12 VDC, 24VAC/VDC
Antenna Connector: Type “F” with 12’ co-ax and 9” wire antenna

Institution Equipped with EVAC

Ochopee Fire Control and Rescue District
North Fort Myers Fire Control District
Matlacha/Pine Island Fire Control District
Marco Island Fire Rescue Department
Iona McGregor Fire Protection & Rescue Service District
Fort Myers Shores Fire Department
Estero Fire Rescue
East Naples Fire Control and Rescue District
Collier County Government
City of Naples Fire-Rescue Department
Bonita Springs Fire Control and Rescue District