Flexible organizational structures, spatial and temporal flexibility, and many other factors impose high demands on building infrastructure and security technology. The organization of locking systems is also becoming more complex due to increasing and frequently changing requirements.
This leads to a constant need for adjustments in access permissions, for example, in the case of temporary employment or the use of contractors and external service providers. When keys are frequently lost, it results in high costs or security vulnerabilities. Overall, it is a complicated matter. However, this locking system offers a simple solution as individual keys can be blocked.
The electronic key:
Integrated into the key head, a chip turns each key into an electronic unique identifier. A easi-ly replaceable standard battery provides the necessary power for data transmission. An LED function indicator provides both acoustic and visual signaling for access permissions, time zones, and battery status. The electronic key is designed as a reversible key and always fits. Optionally, the key can also be equipped with a quartz-controlled time function or be deliv-ered as a remote programmable version. The high quality and durability of the compact key allow for smooth and long-term operation.