Lock Cylinder keeps record of events for audit purposes.

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CyberLock® intelligent lock cylinders are stainless steel interchangeable cores that convert standard lock or padlock into access control system. Designed to exact dimensional standards of existing mechanical cylinders, products do not require any hardwiring or structural changes for installation. Included microprocessor and memory allow each CyberKey to be programmed with its own access privileges. Keys can also be set with operation start and end dates.



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Intelligence in an IC Cylinder from CyberLock



Corvallis, OR, - Videx announces a stainless steel small format interchangeable core (IC) as the newest addition to the CyberLock® family of intelligent lock cylinders. The unique design of all CyberLock cylinders allows you to quickly convert a standard lock or padlock into a full-functioning access control system by replacing its existing mechanical cylinder with the CyberLock electronic cylinder. With the new IC cylinder, even faster conversions can be done.

With CyberLock, no hardwiring or structural changes are required to install the system. CyberLock cylinders contain a microprocessor and memory and are designed to the exact dimensional standards of mechanical cylinders, making conversion easy in the field. In addition to the new IC cylinder, CyberLocks are available for installing in rim, mortise, lever and tubular knob sets in doors; as well as locks in cabinets, desk drawers, and in padlocks.

The CyberLock system consists of the pick-proof CyberLock cylinder and the CyberKey® that cannot be duplicated. Both the lock and key keep a record of events providing a detailed audit report for management to review. Each CyberKey can be programmed with its own access privileges to open certain locks on specific days, and only during selected times on those days. In addition, keys can be set with a date to begin operation, as well as an expiration date, eliminating the inconvenience and expense of re-keying a facility.

For more information about the new IC cylinder and other CyberLock products, please contact Videx by phone at (541) 758-0521, by fax at (541) 752-5285, by email at sales@videx.com, or visit our web site at www.videx.com.

Company Name: Videx
Address 1: 1105 NE Circle Blvd.
Address 2:
City: Corvallis
State: OR
Zip: 97330
Country: USA
Phone: 541-758-0521
URL: www.videx.com

Contact Name: Tish Phillips
Organization:
Title: Sales Channel Manager
E-mail: sales@videx.com

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