Electronic locking systems
EVVA's electronic access systems link high levels of security with simple operation.
EVVA’s electronic cylinders offer maximum protection for buildings with many authorised users. The wide product portfolio of electronic access systems provides security solutions for residential buildings, office buildings, public buildings and social institutions.
The major advantage of electronic access systems is the simple assignment of access authorisations. If a key is lost, the cylinder does not have to be changed – only the access media needs to be blocked (card, key tag, mini tag). Even with high staff turnover, electronic administration of authorisations is an efficient security solution.
Electronic access systems consist of electronic door components (electronic cylinder, escutcheon, handle, motorised cylinder or wall reader), which are controlled and operated by electronic access media (smartphone, card, key fob, mini tag, etc.). Each access media can be provided with different access authorisations (who has access WHEN to WHICH building areas) and can be easily blocked if necessary. See more: Master key systems
The use of electronic access systems is recommended when access authorisations change frequently. Even for companies with many branches, an electronic access solution is an efficient concept for access management. The optional event log and system event logs ensure complete security and transparency.
There is a wide range of access media available to operate EVVA electronic access systems:
- Access via smartphone
- Standard card, mini tag or key fob
- Combi key or bracelet
Access authorisations can be managed easily and securely using modern software solutions for desktop and mobile applications:
- Issuing new access media
- Extending authorisations
- Blocking of existing accesses
EVVA electronic access systems comply with the strict data protection guidelines of the EU General Data Protection Regulation and are among the most data protection-friendly access solutions on the market.
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