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Locken to launch new contactless technology

Posted 7 February 2017 · Add Comment

Locken will be announcing the launch of a new range of highly innovative security systems at the forthcoming Security & Policing Home Office event, London, 7-9th March.



Alongside their Electronic range, Locken will be showcasing a new, Mechatronic range of access control systems. Combining the advantages of electronic access control system and mechanical solutions, the new Mechatronic range is based on contactless induction technology, providing maximum reliability and robustness while guaranteeing instant opening.

Thanks to a Bluetooth module and combined with Locken’s MyLocken applications, the mechatronic key opens up an infinite range of services for the user and the possibility to grant Access rights to a user wherever he is at any moment. The mechatronic cylinders are installed without cabling, and are resistant to all climatic conditions.

“As a leader in the provision of security solutions and innovative access control systems across large single-sites companies and multi-site businesses, it is important that we broaden our offering and continue to innovate to meet all demands.” commented Nick Dooley, Managing Director of Locken UK.

Locken will also be showcasing the latest technical innovations behind its award winning and highly successful Electronic CyberLock range on stand E9. The show is the official UK government global security event.

 

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