Electronic locks & readers
Kaba evolo - Access control with maximum flexibility
Fulfilling your organisation’s changing security needs may be tricky. Do you have hundreds of keys in circulation? Do you wish to increase your capability of managing them more flexibly? Do you want to differentiate between the security clearance of your personnel, visitors and contractors? Or to keep track of who has been in the building?
The newest family of electronic locks, Kaba evolo, is a modular and expandable cable-free (standalone) access control system, which provides an optimum solution for the above requirements. It uses smartcards to operate electronic locking devices. Authorised users can access specific doors at specific times. These access rights can be defined flexibly and changed quickly when needed.
If a card is lost, the relevant locking device is easily instructed to block it. Where relevant, you can always find out who had accessed a particular room and when.
Kaba digital cylinders – secure, modern, easy to use
Lifestyle locking devices, compact and energy efficient. Our many different types offer a solution for every door.
Electronic handle sets
These come in classical as well as modern designs. They are easy to install, fit all door types and are well established in the security industry.
Kaba card readers – secure and efficient operation of doors
High-gloss readers trigger a command to operate doors. They can be easily installed on door leaf, glass, metal, exposed concrete or other materials.
Kaba update terminal – secure, convenient, stylish
An elegant terminal for employees to pick up their new access privileges without having to go to the reception or the security office.
Kaba evolo is perfect for facilities that need enhanced security, organisational efficiency and operational convenience. Consider installing Kaba evolo if you experience one or more of the following challenges:
- High cost of replacing mechanical keys and locks
- Cost and hassle of cabling for networked access control
- Safety and security of sensitive areas / rooms
- Frequent loss or theft of documents or valuable equipment
- Unpredictably varying or high number of visitors
- Different user groups using the same facilities
- Need for logging people’s movement for regulatory reasons.
The above apply to many sectors including office facilities, hospitals and clinics, educational institutions, manufacturing and processing plants, airports, harbours, train stations, shopping centres, storage and distribution facilities, public and governmental institutions, energy, telecom and water utilities.