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31st May 2023 Issue no. 658

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Intelligent, Integrated Security from Loxal

* Loxal-Block-Lock.jpgLoxal Security has potentially solved two problems in one for rail operators, utility companies, construction organisations and other business sectors, that need to protect vacant residential and commercial property, and other sites, from the risks of vandalism, arson, squatting and theft; the new Block Lock, which can automatically interface with the Integrated Void Wireless Alarm System.

Comments Dan Delaney, Director of Loxal Security: "Our revolutionary IDACS technology (Intelligent Digital Access Control System) is the common denominator for our product range, including the Block Lock, all of which can, if required, automatically interface with the alarm, which is a wireless, fully remotely monitored, battery operated system."

The ultra-secure IDACS Block Lock is a user-friendly, digital site lock, which has been designed to be used in the most demanding of industrial environments.

The user-friendly interface, combined with ultra-secure and sophisticated technology, ensures seamless access control in the wireless, battery-operated unit (ideal for sites with no mains power), making it ideal for organisations needing to secure (security) gates, vehicle entrance gates, construction sites, hoardings, and pedestrian gates, to name just some.

Because the Block Lock can integrate fully with Loxal's Void Alarm System, it negates the requirement for administrators and site managers to issue separate codes for the alarm; this creates even greater security.

IDACS units retain a multitude of timestamped events, including when individuals gain entry and exit, providing managers with an automatic audit trail for information reports.

Clients use this information when investigating crises, negotiating rates with sub-contractors, or just to get an overview of how projects have gone, so they can make operational improvements next time round.

Contractors working at specific sites can be allocated lower level, site specific, time limited codes which maintains greater security. Emergency 24-hour codes for individual sites can also be issued for complete operational flexibility.

Other market sectors - both residential and commercial - that would benefit from Loxal's IDACS range include housing associations, care homes, councils (and associated facilities management companies) and holiday letting companies, to name just some.

For further information on this or other IDACS products, call Chris Thompson or Dan Delaney at Loxal Security on 0800 9172 994 or visit www.loxalsecurity.com

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