Quality hardware to control your keys and valuable items

Whatever items you need to control and monitor, we have a solution for you. Compare the function of our different products below.

 
 
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Key 
lockers

Primary function:
Controlling keys

Also used for:
Other small items that are attached to a key ring such as fobs, prox cards, garage remotes, panic buttons etc.

Description:
Users must login to the cabinet to gain access to the keys. Only the keys they are allowed can be taken. Every transaction is automatically recorded.

Sizes available:
12 keys
25 keys
50 keys
100 keys

Scenario:
As the administrator, you decide exactly who gets access to which keys at what times. Contractors and staff can access their keys without needing a guard to manually sign them out. If someone gets a speeding fine in the company car, you will know exactly who was driving at the time. If someone doesn't return their keys on time, you can receive alarm notifications on your smart phone.

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High-security
key lockers

Primary function:
Securing keys

Also used for:
Other small items that are attached to a key ring such as fobs, prox cards, garage remotes, panic buttons etc.

Description:
These cabinets have the same functionality has the regular key lockers but housed in an incredibly solid and robust exterior. They are practically impossible to break into.

Sizes available:
25 keys
50 keys
100 keys

Scenario:
These cabinets are perfect for particularly sensitive keys or for keys in public areas. The door has a three-point locking mechanism, the box is solid with welded seems, and there's a double return on all the edges. For extra security, you can make sure two people are present, for example a staff member and their supervisor. You can also ensure that the user who took the key is the only one with access to return.

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Item withdrawal
lockers

Primary function:
Controlling valuable items

What sort of item:
Typically portable devices such as radios, laptops and iPads. The lockers can be fitted with custom cabling to keep devices charged.

Description:
When a user logs into the cabinet, only the compartments that they are allowed will unlock. Beyond controlling the locking/unlocking of doors, these lockers use RFID tracking to detect if the item has been removed and to ensure the correct item is returned.

Sizes available:
While there are some popular configurations, these lockers are custom built to your requirements.

Scenario:
At the start of his shift, a security guard can simply login to the cabinet and remove one of the radios, knowing that it will be fully charged. The system always knows which staff members have which items, and it can generate automatic emails if they are not returned on time.

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Item deposit
lockers

Primary function:
Temporary storage of personal items

What sort of item:
The most common uses are phones and recording devices before staff can enter a secure area, or personal items/clothing at the beginning of a shift.

Description:
When a user logs in, the available compartments will be indicated with a green LED. Personal items can be placed in the locker and when the latch is closed, that compartment is assigned only to that user and cannot be accessed by anyone else.

Sizes available:
While there are some popular configurations, these lockers are custom built to your requirements

Scenario:
A staff member wishes to enter a designated secure zone. He logs into the locker system and any of the available lockers will be indicated with an LED. He places his cell phone and any other prohibited items into a compartment. When he closes the latch, that locker can only be reopened by him.