Your name and telephone number can be programmed (contact system administrator) into the telephone entry system under a specific DIRECTORY CODE. No one sees your actual telephone number. When a guest comes to visit, they will look for your name in the directory. Your directory code will be shown to the right of your name. Once your guest enters this code on the system keypad the system will place a call to your home telephone. (If your guest already knows your directory code, they can simply enter the code on the keypad without looking up your name). The Anchors Landing System is also equipped with a “CALL BUTTON”. Once your name appears on the display, communication can be established by simply pressing the call button.
Granting or Denying Access
Once you have answered the telephone call and you have identified your guest, you have the choice to either grant or deny access. To grant access, press the number 9 on your touch-tone telephone. The telephone entry system will respond with a confirmation tone indicating the gate is opening and will automatically disconnect the telephone conversation. To deny access press the # key. If you have a rotary telephone dial 9 to grant access. To deny access, hang up.
If you are on the telephone when a guest tries to contact you from the telephone entry system, they will hear a busy signal and will have to wait for you to end your call before they can contact you. If you wish to eliminate this problem, you can order the “call waiting” feature by contacting your local telephone provide.
Anchors Landing is also equipped with an access code system, which allows entry by entering a code on the keypad. Please contact your system administrator to create/change your personal entry code. To use the access code, first press the # key, then enter your four digit code. Please remember that all entry codes must be preceded by the # key or the system will not operate.
Access Codes For Special Functions
Temporary entrance codes can be programmed into the system for special functions i.e. party at a residence, meeting at the clubhouse, etc. If you require a temporary access code for any function, please contact email@example.com.
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags are available for members and their immediate family. The cost is $15 each.
Remote control devices are also available for your convenience. The cost is $35 per unit.
How to aquire an RFID Tag or Remote
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following vehicle information:
- License Plate Number
Mail a check payable to:
Anchors Landing HOA
PO Box 3598
Matthews, NC 28106