Security and Convenience with Wireless / Keyless Access
Security and convenience are usually delicately balanced. If something is secure it isn’t convenient and vice-versa. It’s convenient to leave your keys in the ignition, but it isn’t secure. Wireless and Keyless access products offer both aspects in an attractive package.
WIRELESS - Most stand-alone keyless access units operate on standard AA batteries, eliminating the need for costly additional wiring and bulky external power supplies to activate the unit.
KEYLESS - All pushbutton locks use an alpha or numeric code instead of a key to unlock the door. Electronic push-button locks work on hard-wired power or batteries. Older mechanical push-button locks work, but they are limited to one working code at a time.
MULTIPLE USERS -These keyless locks offer the ability to have dozens or hundreds of individual user codes. Each user can be added or deleted without affecting others.
SETTING CODES – Adding, deleting or changing user codes is quick and easy. Basic models are programmable at the keypad. You can manage large groups of user codes with software on a laptop or PDA.
EASY RETROFIT -Keyless access products are designed to quickly replace existing lock hardware. The existing holes in the door are re-used and lock designs and finishes complement the existing commercial hardware in your facility.
COMPATIBILITY - Keyless locks are made for use with most brands of exit devices, mortise locks, knob/lever locks, deadbolts, etc. Most units allow for emergency key override. This feature can be utilized with a restricted (or high security) key or keyed to match your existing master key system.
I/C PREP – The popularity of interchangeable core locking systems (Best/Falcon/SFIC – type) fits right in with these locks. Use your existing Interchangeable Cores to match your master key system.