CyberLock AH-W1 Authorizer Hub

(English) Communicator Hub for Authorizer Keyport and Mini-Keyport, US version

(English) The Authorizer Hub is an indoor network device that connects directly to CyberAudit management software through the internet or over a local network. It stores key configurations in memory allowing it to update CyberKeys even during network interruptions. Additionally, key information downloaded during network outages is saved to memory until the network is restored. Up to two keyports can be connected to a single hub.

Power/Hardware Connection

Ethernet/RJ45 connector
AH-W1: 120v, 60Hz external power supply
AH-W2: 220v, 50Hz external power supply

Required Hardware

CyberKey smart keys interface with the Authorizer either through an Authorizer Keyport or an Authorizer Mini-Keyport.

CyberLock AK-01 Authorizer Keyport
CyberLock MK-01 CyberKey Mini Keyport

Communicators Overview

CyberLock communication devices serve as the interface between CyberLock hardware and CyberAudit management software.

Access privileges are distributed to key holders via communicators. These devices are linked to the software over a local area network or securely over the Internet. When a CyberKey and communicator make contact, the audit trail is downloaded from the key while simultaneously new schedules, permissions, and system information are uploaded to the key.

To increase security and accountability, access privileges can be programmed to expire at scheduled intervals. This results in users regularly updating and reauthorizing keys at communicators.

Communicator Features

  • Key activity downloads and key permission updates occur simultaneously.
  • Communicator compatibility depends on the key type and version of CyberAudit software installed.
  • Several communicators offer multiple functions, such as charging the key battery or storing unprogrammed keys.