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Locks and Security News: your weekly locks and security industry newsletter
14th October 2020 Issue no. 529

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The award-winning Nuki Smart Lock 2.0

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The Nuki Smart Lock 2.0, is the next generation of smart lock that turns a smartphone into a key.

Featuring a plethora of new features, the Smart Lock 2.0 includes Bluetooth 5 for improved range, enhanced internal processing power for speed of use, a door sensor for at-a-glance status updates on your home door, plus full Apple HomeKit compatibility.
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Master Lock innovative Biometric Security Safe

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Master Lock, the American security super brand, is excited to announce the launch of the Biometric Security Safe to join the brand's expanding easy access range.

Following the success of the Biometric Padlock that launched earlier in 2020, the new Biometric Security Safe offers a practical solution to security at the touch of a fingerprint!
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Honeywell - MAXPRO Cloud

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With AinsCo Fire & Security a proud Honeywell Integrator; Honeywell's latest range of intruder products known as MAXPRO Intrusion is an integrated cloud-based solution bringing intruder alarm systems into the modern day.
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Videx strengthens MiAccess access control range

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Door entry and access control manufacturer Videx has introduced a new handle for its range of MiAccess proximity readers.

The HL1000-MF provides an ideal access control solution for small to mid-sized installations including offices, guest houses, industrial units and schools.
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How to add a new key to a BMW 640D with the IM608 Pro

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Here's a quick and extremely interesting guide on key programming for BMW 6 series cars with the Autel IM680 Pro for those of you who want to avoid costly mistakes when programming BMW's. So the first thing you'll need to know is what type of Autel equipment you'll need in order to carry out the job.

Back up the Key: For the BMW the IM608 gives you the option to back up key data through the following path: Key Operation > Key Data Operation > Backup Key Data. It is highly recommended you do this in case the IM608 corrupts the data during the following process.
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Mul-T-Lock supports National Home Security Month to encourage homeowners to contact their local locksmith

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News

Is the UK heading for a second wave and a double dip?

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With the recent spike in Coronavirus cases across the UK many of our customers will be asking "are we heading for a second wave and what are the economic ramifications to their businesses if this happens?"

At 3D Group we have been fortunate enough to avoid the worst of the economic and social ramifications, but with the increasing likelihood of a second national lockdown, we are hoping to help our customers prepare for the worst. Here are some tips on how you can minimise the risk to your automotive locksmith business during the second wave and a potential depression.

https://3dgroupuk.com/


Time for focus on fire door safety

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As Fire Door Safety Week 2020 draws to a close, Bureau Veritas is taking the opportunity to give another reminder about the importance of properly fitted and maintained fire doors to enhance safety in the event of a fire.

Fire Door Safety Week was first launched in 2013, in response to a legacy of fire door neglect, and is managed by the British Woodworking Federation, with support from partners including London Fire Brigade (LFB), The National Fire Chief's Council (NFCC) and the Home Office's National Fire Safety campaign.
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Help save lives with compliant specification on fire and escape doors

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During Fire Door Safety Week, Abloy UK is inviting the industry to refresh its knowledge with two webinars to help raise awareness and highlight the importance of selecting compliant products for fire and escape doors.
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