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KI’s 800 Series Now RFID-Enabled!

03 March 2017

Designed and manufactured in the UK, KI’s 800 Series is widely recognised as the best storage system on the market.

With over 4 million units sold since 1996, this widely popular collection of lockers, cupboards, lateral filing drawers and pedestals now comes with RFID-enabled locks, eliminating the need for keys.

Offered in a range of models - PIN code only, RFID/NFC only or RFID/NFC and PIN code combined – these locks highlights cost-efficiency and security.

KI’s RFID locks makes spending on replacement keys redundant and minimize the risk of keys falling into the wrong hands.

These locks truly embodies modernity and allows flexible use. They can be set up to work in conjunction with existing security and ID measures, making usage easy to audit and eliminates any need to duplicate access devices.

While on personal storage units Oyster cards, NFC-enabled smart phones, contactless payment cards, or existing security passes can all act as unlocking devices (subject to compatibility).

KI’s RFID locks are currently available in white and black but can also be customised to match surrounding décor and company logos.

With a battery life of 3 years on an average of 4 operations per day, the locks are low maintenance and requires no wiring whatsoever.

Completely stand-alone, they offer facility managers easy reconfiguration of the office landscape without the need for new cabling or power infrastructure.

This new extension to the 800 Series can also be fitted to standard doors, such as meeting rooms and access doors, leaving a large portion of the office a key free zone.

Retrofitting existing storage units may also be possible, subject to suitability.

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