Electronic lock systems

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Videx of Corvallis, Oregon, has introduced two new CyberLock systems. EntryPoint is a hardware-only system that requires no programming software. It features a simple but effective electronic lock system with cylinders that cannot be picked and keys that cannot be duplicated. The system consists of CyberLocks, CyberKeys, and a Grand Master key that is used to program locks with a family code via infrared communications. The CyberAudit-Web Lite allows users to add access scheduling and view audit events stored within the keys and locks. It uses an IR Encoder, which is an infrared port with a USB connection that is used to communicate with the Videx service Web site. Managers log onto the site to set schedules in the keys and view event logs

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