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The Elostar Master from Insys is a professional, highly adaptable electronic lock.
Its flat design allows it to be installed even where the space is a precious asset.
The display can be used to access to the Audit trail without requiring any accessory, showing a list of up to 3000 events.
With more than 100 users available, this locking device represents the state of art when speaking of technology applied to security.
|Navn||Insys Elostar Master Electronic Lock|
|Farve||Som på billede|
|Displayet||Ja, 2 række|
|Lock Bolt Type||Motorized|
|Antal brugere||Up to 30 Master Codes, 100 user codes|
|Audit registrering||Ja, på display|
|Nødnøgle til nulstilling af koden||Nej|
|Lydløs alarm til alarmcentraler / Overfaldsalarm||Ja|
|Tids forsinkelses funktion||Ja|
The Elostar Master from Insys is a professional, highly adaptable electronic lock. With more than 100 users available, this locking device represents the state of art when speaking of technology applied to security.
Elostar Master has been certified in Class 2 by VdS and in Class B by ECB-S.
Originally conceived for places characterized by a great volume of users, this electronic lock can be flawlessly installed wherever you want to restrict the acces, whether it is an access door, a safe in your apartment, an ATM or a security container of any kind.
This Insys product is not only very secure: Its modern and flat design could make of your safe a good piece of furniture. A bright LCD screen and a few, simple buttons complete the user interface of this always reliable locking mechanism.
Though it is possible to access to basic programmed funcionalities directly from the keypad, this fully automated electronic lock can be completely programmed through the computer access or via network connection.
Safe locks are classified in ascending security classes going from A through D as per EN-1300 Regulation.
Additionally, starting at security grade IV, safes and vaults must contain 2 separate locks and even 3 for grades XI and higher.
The following table attempts to explain the lock requirements that each safe must meet in order to maintain the certification for the EN-1143-1 burglary resistance grade.