Codelocks, a leading access control company that designs and distributes innovative, stand-alone keyless door locks and access solutions, released its latest KitLock by Codelocks product — the stylish and versatile KL1100 RFID.
The KL1100 RFID is a smart-card-operated lock designed for public and private lockers. Public Function is suitable for short-term multioccupancy applications, such as gyms, hotels and hospitals. Private Function is best for users who require regular access to a personal locker, such as students or employees. The KL1100 RFID has an optional pull handle. When equipped with the pull handle, the lock complies fully with all aspects of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
“The KL1100 RFID is the perfect contactless lock to add to our KitLock by Codelocks range of products,” says Matt Welty, general manager, Codelocks. “It is the ideal solution for managing large quantities of lockers or someone looking to enhance their spaces with a sleek, modern design. There is currently a void in the market for fully ADA-compliant locker and cabinet locks, and with the added benefit of the KL1100 RFID pull handle, Codelocks now fills that.”
The KL1100 RFID can be operated in two modes, allowing administrators to manage card access locally or remotely. In Standalone mode, administrators use a Keypad Programmer (sold separately) to manage locks individually. Up to 50 User Cards, 10 Technician Cards and one Master Card can be allocated to each lock. Remote Card Authorization (RCA) Mode is an option for administrators who want to manage large numbers of lockers, because it provides convenient remote management for up to 250 locks within a lock group. RCA Mode includes remote management, allowing card clients to be authorized via a computer offline or cloud-based software and a smart-card reader.
The Standalone and RCA Modes support Private and Public Function, making this a versatile solution for securing lockers in any situation. In Public Function, the lock can be given a maximum lock time or be set to open at a specific time that ensures fair use of lockers. In Private Function, when extra authentication is required, the lock can be programmed to unlock when two authorized cards are presented within 5 seconds of each other. An RCA Audit Card can be used to read an individual lock’s data and upload the data to the software when presented to the card reader.
The KL1100 RFID is straightforward to install and a simple retrofit to the popular KL1000 footprint and is available in a metallic silver or gloss black finish.
For more information, visit, Codelocks Americas.