Communicators serve as the interface between CyberLock hardware and CyberAudit management software. Through a communicator, key information is downloaded into the software and new schedules and permissions are uploaded into the keys.
A variety of communicators are available to address individual facility and personnel needs. Communicators can be installed in locations that are easy and accessible to your key holders such as a desktop or laptop computer, an employee entrance, or even in the field making frequent key expirations and access programming convenient for higher security.
The Authorizer Keyport is a wall-mounted device that connects directly to the Authorizer Hub.
The USB Station is a desktop device that connects by cable to the computer’s USB port.
CyberKey Vaults program and dispense electronic keys with individual access privileges based on time, date, and authority level.
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- Every update simultaneously downloads key activity and updates key permissions.
- Several communicators offer multiple functions, such as charging the key battery or storing unprogrammed keys.
- Communicators available depends on the key type and version of CyberAudit management software installed.
- Several communicators are available to address individual, facility, and personnel needs. Keys can be programmed:
- On-site using a desktop or laptop computer.
- At a remote location, such as a warehouse or employee entrance.
- On the go with a laptop computer or using the CyberKey Blue or CyberKey Air.