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Self-service lock reduces need for on-site staff

by Andy Clutton

Codelocks has announced the expansion of its smart lock range with the addition of the CL4510. The new lock utilises NetCode technology which allows operators to generate and send time sensitive codes to end users using the K3 Connect App or NetCode portal. Codelocks also offers an Application Programming Interface (API) allowing businesses to integrate the NetCode technology into their existing systems. By automating code generation, the need for onsite staff is reduced. In addition to remote code generation via smartphone, the CL4510 can also be accessed using smart cards, as well as allowing permanent access using the push-button keypad.

Self-service entry offers accessibility outside normal working hours, helping businesses operate more efficiently around the clock. The lock can also be set in Code Free mode at fixed times of the day, allowing access for cleaning, maintenance or deliveries. Administrators are able to monitor access records and usage with audit trail tools.

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