CYBERKEY SMART KEY | ELECTRONIC CYLINDERS | CYBERLOCK PADLOCKS | CYBERAUDIT | COMMUNICATION DEVICES | FLEX
These components form a fully functional access control system. However, it’s an access control system with some distinct advantages. It goes beyond the door and can be incorporated into virtually anywhere a lock can be installed such as padlocks, server racks, camlocks, portable applications and even remote sites, all without cables or power to the lock.
The Cyberkeys are used in a similar way to a conventional key except that the CyberKey has no cuts. It is 100% electronic, programmable and is loaded with the access profile of the key owner.
CyberLocks are the electronic lock cylinders. They are the same dimensions as the mechanical cylinder which they replace and are suitable for doors, cabinets, padlocks and virtually anywhere a mechanical lock is currently installed. The cylinders require no permanent wired power as they are powered by the battery in the CyberKey. The CyberKey has an access profile, and if the profile includes the permission to open a specific cylinder then the cylinder can be turned to open in a similar way to any conventional key lock.
EKA CyberLock IP68 rated Brass Body, Stainless Steel Shackle Padlock is weather resistant cylinder pre-installed.
Available in self-hosted or fully supported cloud applications. The software is used to configure and manage the system, providing control of all access profiles, users, CyberLocks, CyberKeys and auditing functions.
The EKA CyberLock system has no wired connection to CyberLock cylinders or CyberKeys. Communicators provide the ability for the software and the CyberKeys to communicate. There are many forms of communicators and these include 20 key vaults, key pad authorisers and even mobile apps that communicate with CyberKeys via a smartphone and Bluetooth.
Through a hub called Flex, EKA CyberLock is able to integrate with and manage virtually any other access control device that uses a Weigand compatible input device-from RFID, to electronic swipe and HID, Maglocks, electronic strikes, and even bio-metric devices, all managed under one unified software platform.