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Manufacturers of aftermarket automotive transponder/electric key blanks are introducing significant numbers of key blanks and clonable key blanks that can be used on multiple automobile models.
For example, the new Bianchi Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep...
Since original 1990s “read only” transponders have a life expectancy of many thousands of cycles, a metal key blade often wears out long before the chip. Thus, “less chip” transponder blanks and the original chip can keep the first generation...
More and more vehicle manufacturers, even domestic manufacturers, are turning to the side-milled key. Duplicating these keys requires a specialized machine.
‘New and improved’ is a phrase companies often use for their latest product. Many times the product turns out to have few improvements and is just a copy of similar products already on the market.
Falcon has just introduced a “tougher...
NAPCO FREEDOM is of special interest to locksmiths because of its unique adaptation of the deadbolt into the system’s operation and security.
The most challenging part of designing and selling access controls systems is custom fitting systems to each client’s precise requirements.
The EdgePlus Solo ES400 is a cost-effective, stand-alone, single-door access control solution that meets the demands of open architecture, IP-centric environments
For every huge airport like O’Hare and LAX, there are hundreds of smaller airports that don’t have the flight activity or personnel budget to have a full-time locksmith on staff. This is where you come in.
The SARGENT 80 Series Exit Device equipped with the SARGENT Beacon uses a combination of visible and audible alerts, including a pulse LED, recorded message, and green laser lights pointing to the nearest illuminated touchbar exit device
The Buick Lucerne was introduced in 2006 as a replacement for the LeSabre. Like the LeSabre, the Lucerne has become a favorite with the rental car companies, which can be real headache for locksmiths. General Motors and the other manufacturers sell a...