How It Works

How It Works 2017-07-17T16:15:50+10:00

Automating your door or window makes life so much easier, but it’s even more convenient with the wide range of activation, security and back up systems available as well.

Understanding how automation works gives you the peace of mind that the system not only meets your needs but can also give you the security and a convenience factor that you need.

Activation Devices

There is an activation option to suit every automation access requirement. Talk to us about which option suits your need best.

The range includes:

  • Overhead movement/presence sensors
  • Remote control systems
  • Proximity card readers/digipads
  • Touchless wall sensors
  • Phone/tablet door control APP
  • Voice recognition
  • Biometric devices
  • Home automation
  • Intercom
  • Push button switches / pressure pads / bump strips
  • Induction loops
  • Photo electric beams
  • Secure locking systems
  • UPS backup systems
  • Special automation packages

Smartphone / Tablet APP

The unique Door Force APP can be downloaded to your smart phone or tablet and enables you to operate your sliding door/window easily any time.


Autoslide is an automatic sliding door system that can be attached to your existing door enabling them to open and close automatically. It is easily mounted and is activated by either a wall-mounted push button or a sensor. Watch the Autoslide video here.

Remote controls

A simple remote control system can be provided to activate your automatic door or window should you prefer this option.

Sensor activation

Sensors can easily activate your automatic door automatically, meaning there is no need to press a button. Our state-of-the-art infrared sensors help prevent a person or object being stuck in the door when closing. Pet sensors are also available. (These sensors are for residential use only).

Home automation

Home automation means a number of your home services (e.g. automatic doors, lighting, air conditioning, security) are linked together electronically and can be automatically controlled from one central system.


Additional keyed lock systems can also be fitted to maintain security.

UPS backup systems

Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) Back up systems are provided in the form of a battery back up to ensure you have peace of mind if there is a power failure.