ASSA’s CLIQ™ Remote is now available with a new vandal-resistant Wall PD unit to allow users to update their access rights without visiting their administrator.

CLIQ™ Remote is a solution designed for larger masterkey suites, remote sites and companies with a geographical spread of operations. Providing users with remote access to a building, regardless of location, through a secure web connection.

The Vandal-resistant Wall PD unit enables key holders to simply insert their key into the Wall PD keyhole to instantly update their authorisations and schedules, without contacting their administrator. The unit, which meets with Vandal-resistant standard IK9-EN62262, can be placed outside external and internal doors, to enable users to update their access rights when navigating buildings.

Not only is the new wall unit tested and proven to resist vandalism, it is also IP65 rated, making the hardwearing unit suitable to withstand a variety of weather conditions.

Nojmol Islam, Product Manager for ASSA, said: “The new Vandal-resistant Wall PD unit eliminates the need for an administrator to update user credentials and, as no data is stored within the unit, there is no security risk of someone unauthorised being able to get possession of secret information, such as encryption keys.”

ASSA’s CLIQ™ Remote is already a popular product for both small and large organisations, it has created scalable, centralised and automated security management that reduces administrative requirements making it a cost-effective system for the education, healthcare and commercial sectors.

“The system reduces the risk of keys falling into the wrong hands by allowing the access rights of lost keys to be easily removed without the need to change cylinders and makes it easy to add or delete employees when they join or leave companies.”

CLIQ™ Remote is easy to install and has the functionality to create time defined user keys to allow access for a specified period of time, a popular feature for engineers and contractors who need access outside normal working hours.

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