Key management administered with System 6000 Front-Desk System (sold separately at checkout)
System 6000 includes card programming software, RFID encoder, reports, everything you need to get setup quickly
MT RFID lock may be programmed to lock and unlock at certain times of the day, allowing entry during “passage” hours and relocking during secure hours. This feature also makes the MT RFID lock ideal for perimeter, meeting room, and amenity area doors
Lock accepts up to 16 keycard types, 14 for access, and 2 for programming, including Master, Guest, Alternate Guest, Security/Emergency, Limited Use, Electronic Lockout, etc.
Track who’s been where and when with auditing feature in System 6000
Audit Trail: Last 5,900 entries with date and time of the entry as well as the ID code of the employee or guest using the keycard
Troy lever style (other lever styles available upon request)
Door Thickness: 1-3/4″ ‘ 2-1/8″ for base model. Spacer plates available for retrofit of 1-3/8″ thick doors
Door Condition: Wood/metal swing doors prepped to accept a mortise lock. Call for solutions for exit doors, aluminum glass doors, common area doors where key card entry is also desired
****Shipped factory direct: Most Saflok Hotel products have a 4-6 week factory lead-time, please call (877) 439-5377, (937.890.2333 – Outside U.S.) for specific delivery times and expedited availability****
In response to a growing demand from guests for an improved experience, customized security, and greater independence, large resort hotels, down to the smaller luxury hotels of the world, are switching to high tech RFID locks. Lockouts, return trips to the front desk, and overall lock problems make up the overwhelming majority of guest's dissatisfaction. Who hasn't tried to insert their room key only to get the red light. Either the card's magnetism has worn out, or the reader in the lock has built up dirt or dust from constant contact with the card. Saflok's new MT2 RFID lock uses a contactless platform, never requiring the card to touch the lock. The result is a lock that always works, greater credential flexibility for guests, credentials and locks which last longer and need less servicing, faster coding of cards, tighter security for visiting groups or conference sponsors, and greater system reliability and operational efficiency for the hotel. Hotels who are early adopters of this technology are finding it easier to attract high tech industry groups, and enhance revenue. While it's true the cards, fobs, and wristbands for these new RFID locks come with a higher price tag, the immediate benefit from being different from the competition, offering better customer service, and enhancing the comfort level for guests, far exceeds the extra expense. The time is coming where hotel guests will come to expect RFID at their rooms, meeting spaces, and throughout. Don't be tempted to continue with the old way of doing things. The trend to RFID is well under way, and it is by no means an intimidating technology. It is easier, safer, and more convenient to use by everyone at your hotel.