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22nd November 2017 Issue no. 387
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New lock brings codeless functionality to the KitLock range
The new KL1050 can replace virtually any existing cam lock, providing codeless access capabilities to lockers, cabinets and enclosures
Codelocks, a leader in access control innovation, has announced the latest addition to its KitLock range. Building on the capabilities of the KL1000, the new keyless cam lock can be retrofitted to a wide range of lockers, cabinets cupboards and enclosures.
The KL1050 uses smart card technology to provide codeless access to almost any cam lock. The new easy-to-fit lock offers functions for single users (Private Function) and short-term use by multiple users (Public Function). The lock can perform up to 15,000 openings on two AAA batteries.
The Public Function means that once a user unlocks the KL1050, it will remain in an unlocked state, ready for any other compatible MIFARE(tm) card to be used. Pre-registration of the card is not required, meaning that any compatible MIFARE(tm) card can be used, with no need for additional programming.
A Master User Card can be used to open any lock and delete the card currently in-use, while a Technician Card can be used to open the lock, retaining the User Card currently in use.
This advanced functionality makes the KL1050 ideally suited to a wide range of short-term multi-occupancy applications.
"From hospitals and offices, to schools and gyms, organisations up and down the country rely on coin-operated lockers on a daily basis," said Steve Newman, KitLock Sales Manager. "With the recent introduction of the new Royal Mint pound coin, many businesses are considering upgrading their equipment. The KL1050 is a fantastic candidate for those looking to future proof their lockers."
For more information on the new KL1050 visit:
10th May 2017