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Electronical-Mechanical locking cylinder

The perfect combination of comfortable and flexible access organisation and cost effectiveness. In many buildings there is the demand of being able to organise the access on the outside in a flexible way while keeping up a cost-effective mechanical-key-based locking system on the inside. In most cases the facility manager or technical manager have a collection of many keys to have access to every door in the building. To minimise the amount of keys needed a combination of a transponder for outside-doors and a mechanical copy-safe key on the inside offers a strong combination of flexibility and cost-effectiveness.

With the electronical part on the outside you can comfortably control the access and on the inside you stick with a well-proven mechanical system. If a combination of transponder and key gets lost you just have to deny the access for the transponder to keep up a reliable access control. The key cannot cause any harm because it is stopped on the outside.

This is the well-known functionality of electronical and mechanical cylinders. In most cases the electronical cylinders are permanently engaged on the inside, so anyone could lock the door without having a transponder. Another possible situation would be in panic-doors with push-bars. In some cases the push-bar gets blocked by the mechanical cylinderknob, so the panic-functionality is not ensured.

This is the time for the Electronical-Mechanical Cylinder. On the outside you can find a common reader unit, but on the inside there is a mechanical cylinder. This makes it a strong combination for the situations mentioned above. The doors can be locked from the inside by using the key. Anyone can lock the door without the key and a push-bar is not blocked and properly working.

Thus makes the Electronical-Mechanical cylinder a reasonable choice for setting up a highly flexible and cost-effective access system. Your users will take advantage of it every day!