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Electronic lock SAFLOK QUANTUM IV
doorkey cardwith handle

electronic lock
electronic lock
electronic lock
electronic lock
electronic lock
electronic lock
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Characteristics

Mechanism
electronic
Product applications
door
Opening system
with handle, RFID, key card
Other characteristics
high-security
Market
for hotel

Description

The Saflok QuantumIV electronic lock offers dormakaba’s unique award winning two-piece modular design with an RFID reader for a sleek and elegant appearance combined with superior lock performance. The lock accepts Mifare Plus credentials for enhanced functionality, and works with dormakaba access management software. Mobile Access: The QuantumIV is equipped with Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). Using the dormakaba Mobile Access Solution, guests can conveniently use their mobile device to access their room and common areas in the hotel when doors are equipped with QuantumIV. . Mobile Access capable lock . Simple to use . New construction and retrofit applications . Works with Saflok System 6000 and Ambiance access management software . Online wireless integration, with Messenger LENS . Mifare Plus credentials for enhanced functionality . Available in 7 finishes including black and dark mahogany . Certified in accordance with EN 14846 . BS EN 1634-1:2014+A1:2018 in conjunction with EN 1363-1:2012 Product details Features Security Features . High security and tamperproof design . 1” solid deadbolt (optional auto deadbolt) . Staff monitoring - RFID Keycard audits . Tracking mortise for door ajar reporting . Emergency access: emergency key and electronic override Technical data . ADA Standard levers: bright chrome, satin chrome. Various lever styles available . Door Thickness: 13/4" (44.5mm) to 21/8" (53.98mm) for standard product

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