CORVALLIS, OREGON - The CyberLock system of electronic locks and programmable keys gives parking operators control over when and by whom collections can be made. Operators can quickly have access control and auditing at their single- and multi-space parking meters by retrofitting each meter's mechanical lock cylinder with a CyberLock electronic cylinder.
The protection of cash is a primary consideration and CyberLock's audit reporting makes the system very powerful. Each time the electronic key opens a lock, a record is stored in both the key and the lock. The system's email alerts and audit reports keeps management informed so they can make informed decisions when issues arise.
With CyberLock, a parking enforcement officer can access all the meters on their route with one pre-programmed electronic key. Each key can be set with dates to begin and end operation, eliminating worries about 'lost' keys. The key contains permissions on what locks the key can open, with a schedule of days and times it will open those locks.
CyberLocks are built to survive the most unfriendly operating conditions. The electronic cylinders are manufactured with stainless steel components to enhance their performance in all types of weather including the wet, dirty, and sometimes corrosive environments parking meters must operate in. CyberLock has no keyway to vandalize and the electronic keys cannot be duplicated.
Videx designs and manufactures CyberLock access control products that are made in the U.S.A. and shipped worldwide directly from their headquarters in Corvallis, Oregon. For information about CyberLock, please contact Videx by phone at (541) 738-5500, by fax at (541) 738-5501, by email at email@example.com, or visit our web site at www.videx.com.