Safety equipment: High security electronic cabinet locks from CyberLock

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Utility safety: CyberLock Inc., a supplier of key-centric electronic access control systems, offers a wide variety of high security electronic cabinet locks. CyberLock electronic cabinet locks are designed to retrofit into standard cam lock openings and are installed without power or wiring, enabling access control and auditing capabilities to any location.

The CyberKey smart keys can be programmed with key-holder schedules and permissions for accessing CyberLock electronic cylinders. The electronic locks and keys record lock openings as well as unauthorized attempts to gain entry. The system’s email alerts and audit reporting of each person's key and lock activity keep management updated so informed decisions can be made when potential security issues arise.

CyberLock, Inc. is a high technology supplier of CyberLock access control products that are made in the U.S.A. and shipped worldwide directly from their headquarters in Corvallis, Oregon.

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