Traka presents its latest standalone touch screen key management system

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Traka, a division of ASSA ABLOY presents the Traka Touch L Series intelligent touch screen key management system.

Traka Touch is a standalone key management solution that operates independently of a company’s IT system via an embedded Windows software and SQL Server database. No server is required to maintain its database. The system is managed via the full colour 7-inch multi-language touch screen on the front panel, from the initial administrative setup of users and keys to the management of day-to-day user access.

As with conventional Traka systems the Touch gives the administrator control over the access levels for each particular user. To gain access to keys, users must identify themselves using a PIN code, swipe card or biometric recognition. LEDs indicate which keys a user can and can’t take when they access the cabinet.

The Traka Touch provides a real time audit of all key transactions and the unit’s solid state memory can store up to 250,000 events. Administrators can view a report of all key usage and search for a key that is “out of system” via the touch screen.

“The new Traka Touch is a secure, cost-effective means of ensuring that only authorised individuals have access to keys, while making them readily available to authorised users 24/7. It is not always feasible for organisations to allow access to IT infrastructures and networks and Traka Touch addresses this” said Robert Smith, Managing Director, Traka plc.

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Technical Specification

Make Traka
Manufacturer Traka
Model code L Touch
Standalone/ Networked/ PC Standalone
c/w Cards, Tags or Fobs Cards
Keypad Included Yes
Additional info

When it comes to key management Traka Touch makes your life easier. It gives you an intelligent ‘out of the box’ key management solution which operates entirely independently of your IT systems. Everything is managed via the touch screen on the front panel, from the initial administrative set up of users and keys, right through to the day to day user access.

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