Australian Security Technology presents the KeyBank and KeyWatcher key management systems designed to offer more storage, greater flexibility, enhanced scalability and convenient accessibility.
Suitable for new installations or upgrades from older, more complicated or antiquated key storage devices, these systems are ideal for casino and gaming industries, correctional facilities, healthcare facilities, hotels and resorts, government agencies, multifamily buildings, control rooms, corporate buildings, educational institutions and automotive businesses among others.
The new KeyWatcher combines a sophisticated design with improved access control to offer an aesthetically pleasing key storage system with illuminated key slots to help find keys easily.
Providing twice the amount of storage, while using minimal wall space, KeyWatcher is built into a rugged steel cabinet with the exterior enhanced to blend in with modern office environments, while the key control system seamlessly controls and monitors keys.
Morse Watchmans has engineered the keypad and control console of the new KeyWatcher system to be extremely user-friendly and accessible to the handicapped.
Key features of KeyWatcher key management system:
- Keys can be easily identified
- Keys can be returned to any location
- Rugged, functional design uses less wall space
- User interface controls various access devices
- Ergonomic design offers ease of use
- Backed by industry-leading warranties
- 18-gauge stainless steel cabinet designed to resist abuse
- Unlimited configurations allow the system to be scaled up
The KeyWatcher and KeyBank can work as single key management systems or be configured with multiple cabinets to hold hundreds of keys. Each additional unit can be controlled by a single console and monitored by the advanced Key-Pro software.
Expandable to hold up to 2,000 keys, the key management systems can easily and accurately monitor key usage. Cabinets can be customised with KeyWatcher lockers and credit card holders. The random key return feature allows any key to be returned to any slot, eliminating the confusion of misplaced keys. The systems can also be interfaced with various access control devices.
Featuring a built-in keypad, KeyWatcher and KeyBank can assign up to 2000 user codes with PINs. Security managers have the discretion to appoint one of five different levels of access for each employee.
The tamper-proof mechanism in the KeyWatcher and KeyBank systems triggers an alarm when:
- User tries to gain access to or dislodge a key with force
- Invalid User Code is entered three times consecutively
- Door is left open for more than 10 seconds after use
- Key is missing or not returned on time
- Power failure
- Key is returned by the wrong user
- User forces the cabinet doors open