Our PMA customers enjoy the following benefits:

  • Priority Scheduling
  • Damaged or worn parts are detected preventing unexpected service calls
  • Technicians test that all gated entry and access control equipment functions during maintenance visits
  • Manufacturer model and serial numbers are stored in our database to expedite orders on future repairs
  • The work we do is completely transparent, and invoices list a full report from each maintenance service

Monthly, Bi-Monthly & Quarterly PMA customers in addition enjoy the following benefits:

  • Discounts on Remote Programming Service
  • Includes Emergency Service Membership
  • Priority Scheduling for 24/7 Emergency Service
  • Free Phone Technical Support

Options for PMA Service Interval Schedules

  • Monthly
  • Bi-Monthly
  • Quarterly
  • Semi-Annual
  • Annual

Communication with our customers, property management companies and community managers is extremely important to us. If during our maintenance service visit our technicians find that your equipment is in need of further repairs or upgrades outside of the scope of general maintenance, you will be notified and advised on suggested next steps. When applicable, a proposal will be submitted for necessary repairs or recommendations and a CSR team member will follow up to answer any questions pertaining to the scope of work. It is agreed that either party will have the right to cancel this agreement with (30) days written notice.
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Slide/ Swing/ Barrier Gate PMA Checklist Overview

    • Check for warning signs
    • Clean debris from inside and around operator and check for loose wiring
    • Inspect operator cover for cracks or damage and for missing kludge covers
    • Inspect gearbox for proper oil level and leaks, adding oil if needed
    • Test and adjust clutch as needed
    • Test and adjust emergency reversing device as needed
    • Check limit settings and adjust so that gate opens and closes without hitting physical stops
    • Inspect belts and replace if necessary
    • Adjust and lubricate drive chain, inspect chain bracket welds, chain bolts and chain wear
    • Physical and operational check of sprocket and idlers
    • Test battery backup unit for proper operation
    • Test and meter vehicle reversing loops for proper operation and inspect for exposed wires
    • Test and meter vehicle ghost loop for proper operation and inspect for exposed wires
    • Test and meter vehicle exit loop for proper operation and inspect for exposed wires
    • Check radio receiver system and test range when applicable
    • Inspect and test gate sensing edge, transmitter and receiver system
    • Physical and operational check of photo beam and reflector system
    • Check v track overall condition
    • Inspect v groove wheels
    • Test and lubricate pipe track wheels
    • Inspect overhead guide rollers
    • Physical and operational check of catch receiver
    • Test and lubricate gate hinges
    • Inspect hinge post integrity
    • Check swing gate arm and bracket for proper operation
    • Check barrier arm for proper operation
    • Test maglock for proper operation
    • Test wiring for Fire Department key switch
    • Check telephone entry system, clean unit display, test entry code and resident calling functions
    • Test additional access controls when applicable
    • Inspect traffic spikes, lighted warning sign and floodlight for spikes
    • Check pedestrian gate closer, lockset and lubricate hinges


Camera, DVR / NVR and Technology PMA Checklist Overview

    • Test and adjust camera lens focus and auto iris
    • Test camera field of view and adjust to customers’ requirements
    • Clean inside and outside of camera and housing viewing window
    • Clean camera lenses of all dust
    • Clean and dry interior of camera enclosure
    • Check operation of pan tilt and zoom focus from controller unit
    • Check wiring and cable harness for wear and fray
    • Make sure cable is dressed properly
    • Check connectors and cable entry points for loose wiring
    • Test that coaxial cable is transmitting adequate video signal to controller free of distortion
    • Make sure all coaxial connectors are insulated from conduit and pull boxes
    • Test that monitors are free from picture burn in and distortion
    • Test monitor contrast and brightness
    • Test DVR / NVR for proper function
    • Clean monitor screens, control panels and keyboards
    • Check coaxial connections on the back panels for loose connection
    • Check power connections to ensure AC plugs are secure and not frayed
    • Test DVR / NVR daytime video recording
    • Test DVR / NVR nighttime video recording
    • Install any required firmware/ software updates
    • Check camera focus and any obstructions in live focal view
    • Check camera clarity and make sure camera is aimed correctly
    • Complete final check of DVR / NVR monitor

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