CyberLock has recently designed a cogwheel kit for European knob, half, and double profile cylinders. CyberLock electronic cylinders are designed to the exact specifications as the mechanical versions they replace and install without power or wiring, making installation quick and affordable. The company also offers over 280 different electronic lock designs for indoor and outdoor operation.
The CyberLock access control system of electronic locks and smart keys provides users with a flexible, affordable, and comprehensive security solution. CyberLock cylinders install without power or wiring, allowing for access control even during network and power outages. Both the lock and key record openings and unauthorized attempts to enter, providing a detailed audit report of all access activity. Keys are programmed for each user, detailing what locks it can open and when, and can be quickly deactivated if lost or stolen.
Summit Access Control
The XL-660 post mount keypad is a low cost solution where a tough exterior keypad is needed. Powder coated steel housing and stainless steel faceplate makes it durable in any climate and will stand up to vandalism in high risk areas. Included features are 660 four digit codes, night light, latch code, event input, two relay outputs with variable relay output time and 12 to 24 VDC or VAC power requirement.
Dortronics Systems Inc.
• Dortronics Systems has introduced a new communication-capable, fail-safe control system, ideal for public restroom applications.
• The 43211-CB Communicating Bathroom System provides power to operate most low voltage locking mechanisms including maglocks, strikes and electrified locksets, and is ideal for use in a two-door restroom facility such as those located in dormitories or healthcare facilities.
• Either of the “privacy” push buttons will energize door locks for both doors and illuminate the “occupied” high intensity LED indicators outside the bathroom.
• The privacy push buttons also illuminate to indicate to the user when the doors are locked.
• The power supply/controller provides 4 amps of 12 or 24V DC power and is housed in a NEMA enclosure.
The Super Weather Proof (SWP) padlocks can withstand the most severe weather conditions and environmental extremes. The padlocks are available in two styles—mechanical locks and electromechanical locks—that incorporate ASSA ABLOY’s CLIQ programmable electronic locking technologies for added security of electronic access control. They come with and without a weather seal cap and have an IP 68 rating, indicating a hermetic seal.
Axis Communications has entered the physical access control market with the introduction of the company’s first network door controller, the AXIS A1001 Network Door Controller. The product is non-proprietary and features open IP-based access. It also features built-in web-based software and is ideal for small to mid-sized installations that have around 10 doors and basic access control requirements.
The VIZpin Access Control and Visitor Management Service uses cloud-based Smartphones to increase tenant convenience, productivity and security by allowing property managers to send VIZpin electronic keys to anyone who has downloaded the VIZpin app. The encrypted keys cannot be copied and are unique to a phone and ECKey Bluetooth reader.
Stanley Security Solutions
STANLEY Security adds the ES4 and ES5 to its already existing line of electrified locking solutions. The ES4 electric strike can fit 5/8” up to 3/4” latches with a 1/8” door gap and are latch position status standard, keeper closed and deadlocked/unlocked status standard, have field selectable voltage, have mounting tabs, are non-handed and have few moving parts. The ES5 has no centerline relocations, fit up to a 3/4” latchbolt and a 1” deadbolt, are field reversible, feature dual voltage, are ideal for new or retrofit construction and more.
Camden Door Controls
With the addition of a Wiegand output, fully independent relays and an optional plug-in Lazerpoint 2-channel wireless transmitter, Camden Door Controls’ CM-120 Series take keypads to a new level, by offering more features and at a lower cost than competitive keypads in the market. Built to the highest standards of quality and boosting performance, ‘Camden Tough’ flush mount CM-120 series keypads includes CM-120i, an indoor digital keypad, and the CM-120wV2, a weather and vandal resistant, back lit, metal keypad. The new CM-120TX Series wireless keypads utilize Lazerpoint RF 2-channel spread spectrum communications to provide the most reliable wireless operation.
Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies
Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies introduces the aptiQmobile, a web-based key management system that lets near-field communications (NFC)-enable smartphones be used like a badge ID to gain access to buildings and other ID card applications. The process uses strong security standards to turn NFC-enabled smartphones into an access control credential, which allows users to enter a building with a smartphone instead of a traditional ID badge. All users have to do is download the aptiQmobile app. <@NPcompany name>Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies.