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The new CL4510 smart lock offers the same features that Codelocks customers have grown accustomed to, but packs it into a smaller, sleeker package. The new lock is the makers say suited to a range of internal commercial applications.
The CL5510, the KL1060, and now the CL4510 all use Codelocks’ NetCode technology. That allows operators to generate and send time-sensitive codes to end users using the K3 Connect App or NetCode portal. Codelocks also offers an Application Programming Interface (API) letting businesses integrate NetCode into their existing systems. By automating code generation, the need for onsite staff is reduced the product firm says.
Besides remote code generation via smartphone, the CL4510 can also be accessed using smart cards, as well as allowing permanent access using the push-button keypad.
Self-service entry offers accessibility outside normal working hours, helping businesses operate more efficiently around the clock. The lock can also be set in Code Free mode at fixed times of the day, to allow access for cleaning, maintenance or deliveries. Administrators can monitor access records and usage with audit trail tools.
Colin Campbell, sales director at Codelocks, said: “The Internet of Things is having a profound impact on all areas of building management. Our new smart lock harnesses a range of technologies, automating access control, and significantly increasing flexibility for businesses. By combining smart technology with traditional keypad and card access options, our smart locks suit a wide range of applications. From building managers to home rental owners, Codelocks customers around the world are recognising the benefits that our technology brings.”
Parks Tennis has been using the Codelocks’ NetCode for several months. The not-for-profit body is rejuvenating public park tennis courts around the UK. Working with councils, Parks Tennis aims to ensure that its courts are safe, enjoyable and affordable for all. At its Oxford site, players can now book courts using the website and codes are automatically generated and sent to them via SMS.
Jeff Hunter, managing director of Parks Tennis, said: “It can generate codes hour by hour, day by day – the codes are unique every time. It can also be preloaded with several four-digit pins, which is useful for people who use the facilities regularly, such as tennis coaches. On top of that, we can issue smart cards to stakeholders, such as tennis clubs or Parks Wardens, for 24/7 access. So, one single product has helped us meet the needs of all the different stakeholders.”
For more on the new CL4510 visit: http://www.codelocks.co.uk/cl4500.html.