Traka21 from door opening solutions specialists, ASSA ABLOY South Africa, is an intelligent key management system for safeguarding critical business operations.
“Security breaches can be crippling for any company and virtually any industry, from aviation and medical to mining and petrochemical can benefit from key control,” comments Drikus Breytenbach, National Sales Manager – PEU Division, ASSA ABLOY South Africa. “Traka21 is a sophisticated, efficient and cost-effective advanced management system that helps to protect the assets of small and medium sized companies by tracing and accounting for every key or keyset within the organisation, delivering optimal peace of mind.”
Traka21 uses advanced RFID technology to manage a total of 21 keys or keysets, which are individually and securely locked in place using special security seals. Access to designated keys is via PINS and the 21 locking receptors have LEDs to ensure clear visibility.
Using the touchscreen interface, the easy-to-use system can be simply configured through setup wizard without requiring a network connection or PC. The compact plug-and- play unit is housed in a robust steel casing which eliminates exposed hinges and obvious access points.
Additional features and benefits include:
- User, key and access rights administration
- Multilingual functionality
- Screen-based audit trail and reporting capability or export via USB port
- 21 robust, long-life iFobs with security seals
- Manual override and door release functions in case of emergency
- Audible alarms
- Mains operated with optional battery backup
ASSA ABLOY acquired Traka Africa, a world leader in intelligent key and asset management systems, in 2014 and is the official sub-Saharan distributor for the Traka key management system. Designed and manufactured in the UK, the Traka system has evolved through many years of working with some of the world’s largest corporations and encompasses a wide range of high quality electronic key management systems that meet the challenges of even the most demanding environments.