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Bluetooth Electric Strike

Bluetooth Electric Strike

Designed in Australia and Spain, the new nearkey Bluetooth electric strike (FSL-700-BLE) with a nearly identical footprint to common locks, such as the Padde ES2000, FSH FES20, LOX ES20, and Guardall GK700, is an easy upgrade that provides smartphone access control to any installation.

The range of Bluetooth products from nearkey are offline devices which don’t require any internet, 4G or Wi-Fi connection to function, which makes a perfect solution for short-term accommodation, commercial premises, construction sites, parking stations and remote / isolated locations.

The solution allows users to manage the access control system remotely from your smartphone or an intuitive web-based dashboard where they can add individual users or a group of users, adjust time restrictions and view an event history of the lock anywhere around the world.

The nearkey Bluetooth electric strike also provides a dedicated exit button input to round out a complete standalone solution as well as an input should you wish to integrate an existing intercom, proximity reader etc… to provide smartphone access control to your system.

The nearkey Bluetooth electric strike can also be set up in either fail-safe or fail-secure operation and has “passage mode” that once pressed keeps the door unlocked until such a time that it is turned off again.

Visit https://nearkey.co to find out more and watch demonstration videos of nearkey Bluetooth electric strike in action.

Features of nearkey strike include:

* Changeable between fail-safe and fail-secure
* Long life solenoid
* Max latch throw of 15mm
* 12V DC operating voltage
* Wooden frame and metal framed doors
* Operating voltage is 12V DC
* Current draw is 100mA at 12V DC
* Operating Temperature -10 to 45C
* Humidity 0~95 per cent non-condensing
* Up to 1,000,000 cycles test (solenoid)
* Jaw strength: 680kg pull testing
* Bluetooth v4.2 and Bluetooth LE.

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AUTHOR

John Adams
John Adamshttps://sen.news
A professional writer and editor who has been covering the security industry since 1991, John is passionate about clever applications of technology and the fusion of sensing and networking. A capable photographer John enjoys undertaking practical reviews of the latest electronic security systems.

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