Videx CyberKey Vault And Vault20 Smart Key Cabinets

March 24, 2010

Videx unveils two Smart Key Cabinets at NAMA OneShow 2010, the CyberKey Vault and CyberKey Vault20. Built with rugged metal housings, the cabinets provide three layers of key security: secure access to the key cabinet, secure access to individually programmed keys, and an audit report sent to management of each key's lock openings and unauthorized attempts to enter.
CyberKeys that are stored in the cabinets contain no permissions to open locks. When an employee needs a key, their RFID card or correct PIN must be entered to open the cabinet and entered again to request a key to be programmed and released. The key that is released contains the access permissions they need to do their job: what locks they may open, and when they may open them.
At the end of the day, when the employee returns their electronic key to the cabinet, an audit trail of their entire key and lock activity is downloaded to the software. After the cabinet reports back to the software, the key automatically returns to an un-programmed state. For more information call 541-758-0521 or visit


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