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Alarm Lock, ContinentalAccess and Marks USA now offer ArchiTech Designer Wireless Networx locks

Published on 9 February, 2016

Now available from NAPCO Security Group of Companies - Alarm Lock, Continental Access and Marks USA - are the new ArchiTech™ Designer Wireless Networx locks with BlueTooth LE™ Technology and iLock App. ArchiTech Designer Wireless Networx Locks now offer mobile access and key-/card-free smart device unlocking convenience. Based on proven Networx lock reliability and class-leading battery life plus a custom choice of over 300 Grade 1 architectural lock styles and finishes, the Series features better security, teaming universally-compatible Bluetooth LE technology and a wirelessly paired iLock App, so the ArchiTech and smartphone each supply stored encrypted data, providing users convenient, secure access without a key.

Ideal wireless access control solution

ArchiTech Designer Wireless Networx Locks are an ideal access control solution – elegantly blending advanced wireless access control convenience within any decor, in an infinitely customisable designer locking form factor and in choice of trims and finishes. Ideal in standalone, networked or enterprise class applications, durable Grade 1 access locks are ideal for every application: educational, hospitals, corporate or multi-dwelling residential settings. They offer emergency lock-down/unlock option via lock, button, keyfob or server. Future-proof multi-technology access ID credentials and/or the iLock App on any smart device, replaces cumbersome keys. ArchiTech Series Networx Locks can be used to control access a door at a time across a wireless network, or as an integral part of a new or existing enterprise security system spanning a few or thousands of doors.

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