Morse Watchmans six-module KeyBank systems offer automated solution for improved key management

Dallas, TX (October 12, 2010) – Morse Watchmans is exhibiting their six-module KeyBank Key Control System here at ASIS 2010. Enabling accountability of large quantities of keys, the six-module KeyBank Key Management System provides increased security and control of keys versus outdated key boxes and manual tracking logs.

Ideal for multi-family housing facilities, hotels, educational institutions or other high volume key applications, the six-module KeyBank Key Management System provides secure storage for up to 120 keys and features tamper-proof SmartKey ® technology, computerized control and real-time accountability.

“The systematic control of keys is essential in any physical security plan and advanced key control systems have become a higher level management tool,” said Fernando Pires, VP Sales and Marketing, Morse Watchmans. “KeyBank provides cutting-edge technology solutions that incorporate compelling form and function to provide increased value and flexibility to key management security.”

The KeyBank design incorporates SmartKey technology that allows for instant visual detection to help simplify the identification and location of the correct key. Electronically monitored, color-coded and virtually tamper-proof, the individually illuminated SmartKey locations communicate directly with the KeyBank systems to record the access history of each key. Reports can be programmed and generated using the built-in 12-button alphanumeric keypad and backlit LCD or by using the Morse Watchmans KeyPro ™ Software for enhanced reporting capabilities.

The KeyBank Key Control System comes standard with a bottom-mounted control box or can be custom designed with a remotely mounted keypad and display box. The illuminated screen features two 16-character lines to display messages and user prompts for various functions including removal and replacement of keys. Up to 2,000 assignable user codes with PINs can be accommodated as well as five levels of access for each user.

The six-module system is designed with complete flexibility. If the user's needs change, the system can be expanded to accommodate additional keys, modules or add-on cabinets. In addition to the six-module system on display at ASIS 2010, one-, two- and three-module systems are also available as well as systems designed specifically for automotive dealership applications.

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