Seco-Larm Bluetooth Keypads and Readers

Sept. 3, 2020
Model SK-B141-DQ
Model SK-B141-DQ

SECO-LARM USA introduced its ENFORCER Bluetooth Access Controllers. These keypads/readers have a streamlined, fully app-based setup that uses integrated Bluetooth wireless technology and provide convenience and security to the user and administrator. All data is secured on the device without the risks inherent by having an internet connection.

The keypad is passcode-protected and has AES 128 encryption and a solid-state relay for improved reliability and increased security. There are three ways to open a door: keypad, proximity card or the SL Access app. You can access or manage unlimited devices via the app, as well as access different output modes, such as timed relock, continually unlocked and continually locked, by toggling thorough the multilingual app interface.

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