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Smart Keys with Access Control features

CyberLock is the next generation in access control that secures, controls and audits all assets, from the front door to remote locations

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CyberLock is an electro-mechanical master key system. It is a hybrid product that has combined the attributes of conventional proximity or swipe card access control with those of a mechanical master key system. With a CyberLock system, it does not matter where the lock is – electronic access control is possible.

CyberKey is an electronically programmed key that can access a wide range of locks during a designated schedule, with no limit to the quantity or design of locks the key can open. The key’s schedule may also contain an expiration point to completely disable the key until it is audited and reprogrammed.

Smart Key Features

  • Standard, rechargeable, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi versions available
  • Contains a unique ID that cannot be changed or duplicated
  • Has the ability to store thousands of access records: Lock ID, Date & Time, Event Type
  • Carries access schedules for the specific key holder
  • Retains encrypted access codes that bind the key to a specific system
  • Includes a battery which energises both the CyberKey and each CyberLock it touches
  • Includes rechargeable key options or CR2 lithium battery
  • Non-volatile memory holds access events, even if the battery fails
  • Made from impact-resistant nylon for high durability
  • Water-resistant, coated electronics
  • Sacrificial brass tip prevents wearing of CyberLock cylinders
  • Brass tip easily replaced in the field
  • Can be programmed for one or many CyberLock cylinders
  • Multiple notifications (beeps, flashes or even email notifications) for low battery on CyberKeys
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How it works…. Each CyberKey is programmable, meaning the key can only access locks when permissions are granted by a system administrator. Easy to use software and Apps allow keys to be electronically assigned to staff and contractors, either on a permanent basis or by ‘issue and return’. A system administrator can simply select what locks the user can access and when. Once the key is updated it will be able to access the locks at the given date and time. If the keyholder attempts to access locks outside the permitted time frame, the key will be denied entry and the event ‘logged’.

Both locks and keys record audit trail activity for both authorised and denied events. This allows management to track and report on access to every lock, whether that is a door, cabinet or padlock on a gate.

  • Programmable Keys; control who, where and when
  • Accountability; full audit trail of key holder activity
  • No Wiring; install locks with ease, no cables or power
  • Intelligent Key; memory, real-time clock and wireless
  • Key Communication; Micro USB, Bluetooth and Wifi