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Keyless Deadbolts

- The new Yale Real Living Key Free Push Button B1L and Key Free Touchscreen T1L Deadbolts offer streamlined installation, enhanced security, one button Z-Wave enrollment, and a competitive price. Made by Yale Locks & Hardware of New Haven, Connecticut, these deadbolts eliminate the cylinder and offer superior security and simplified installation. Eliminating the cylinder provides a clean appearance with the smallest residential keypad for a Z-Wave lock. Both the pushbutton and touchscreen models illuminate when touched.


- The new ekt (electronic key tether) from Seattle-based Tether Technol­o­gies helps companies prevent the costly loss of keys, especially master keys.


- Videx, Inc., of Corvallis, Oregon, has updated its CyberKey Vault 20 to include a new look with weatherized input modules and an embedded Flex System Hub for improved performance.

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- The BACS ID Station kiosk from LEID Products of Au­burn Hills, Michigan, serves as the control point for access to assets stored in electronic storage units.


- Yale Locks and Hardware of Lenoir City, Ten­nes­see, has announced that its inTouch standalone touchscreen access locks are certified ANSI/BHMA Grade 1.



Key Control

- The new Knox Elevator Key Box is a UL-1037-Listed high-security box designed specifically for the elevator lobby.

Key Control

- Two smart CyberKey cabinets offer a new level of accountability and key control. Built by Videx of Corvallis, Oregon, the rugged metal housings protect keys that are not programmed.

Electronic Keys

- Videx of Corvallis, Oregon, now offers two choices in re­charge­able keys for its CyberLock Electronic Lock System.

Mobile Key Updates

- Videx of Corvallis, Oregon, has combined its CyberKey technology with Bluetooth technology into the CyberKey Blue, a re­chargeable key that can be accessed by a BlackBerry for scheduling and downloading information in the field.

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- Morse Watchmans of Oxford, Connect­i­cut, has added a larger model to its KeyWatcher line of modular key control solutions. The new nine-module cabinet offers more storage, convenience, and overall value with a capacity of 144 keys in locking KeyWatcher configuration and up to 180 keys in nonlocking KeyBank configuration.

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- Deister Electronics USA, Inc., of Manassas, Virginia, and Strike Industries of Pompano Beach, Florida, have partnered to offer electronic key control solutions for the correctional facilities market.

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