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The new ekt (electronic key tether) from Seattle-based Tether Technol­o­gies helps companies prevent the costly loss of keys, especially master keys. Unlike other key control products that report key losses after the fact, this tether ensures that the user and the key stay together. If the key separates from the user by more than 10 to 15 steps, both the belt unit and the key unit respond with unique alarms. The belt unit vibrates and chirps, while the key unit sounds an 85-decibel alarm and emits a bright warning strobe.

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