Codelocks, the manufacturer of electronic and mechanical push button door locks, has announced the launch of its very first smart lock CL5500 range, claiming to offer convenience and flexibility by providing a selection of entry methods.
According to the company, the keyless entry reduces the need for onsite staff to manage access and the hassle of managing or replacing lost keys, and the self-service option offers accessibility outside of normal working hours to aid businesses in becoming more efficient.
Managing director of Codelocks, Grant Macdonald, comments on the new range: “With so much choice available it’s difficult to know which access control product is best for each businesses’ building, staff, customers and budget, and will work alongside any current systems. Our new CL5500 smart locks offer flexibility, suiting a wide range of environments and varying needs. They are also supported by our team of experts offering application advice and after sales technical support.”
Codelocks also states that building managers are able to control and operate CL5500 locks remotely via a smartphone, with the ability to update basic settings. In addition, the lock can also be set to a ‘code-free mode’ during certain times of the day when access is required for maintenance, delivery and cleaning duties.
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