CORVALLIS, OREGON - Videx announces CyberLock EntryPoint and CyberAudit-Web Lite, two new CyberLock systems. EntryPoint is a hardware-only system that requires no programming software. It is ideal for companies that need a simple yet effective electronic system with lock cylinders that cannot be picked, and keys that cannot be duplicated. CyberAudit-Web Lite is designed for EntryPoint users that want to add the ability to set access schedules and view an audit trail from the locks and keys.
EntryPoint is comprised of CyberLocks, CyberKeys, a Grand Master key, and an IR Encoder. The Grand Master key contains a unique family code. It is used to program locks with this unique code by touching the front of the CyberLock. CyberKeys are programmed with the family code by infrared communication between the Grand Master and the CyberKey. While no software is required with EntryPoint, system owners may log on to an EntryPoint web site to register their Grand Master key, back up their system, and request a new family code to prevent a lost key from opening locks. The IR Encoder is an infrared port with a USB connection, and is used for communication between the Grand Master key and the service web site.
CyberAudit-Web Lite is ideal for companies that want to add access scheduling and audit trails to their EntryPoint system. Lite uses the same hardware as the EntryPoint system, and allows managers to log on to a Videx web site to set schedules and view event logs. Users are charged a monthly service fee based on the number of locks and keys within their system.
CyberLock cylinders replace existing mechanical door hardware, and do not require any wiring. There are over 80 different types of cylinders currently in production, which can be used in a wide variety of applications including interior and exterior doors, safes, server cabinets, and padlocks.
For more information about any CyberLock system, visit the Videx website at www.videx.com.