Sargent and Greenleaf Releases Digital Vault Lock for High-Security Needs
The Digital Vault Lock from S&G has the ability to assign four independent time lock schedules for up to 100 users.
NICHOLASVILLE, Ky. — Sargent and Greenleaf (S&G), a manufacturer of mechanical and electronic locks, reveals its Digital Vault Lock.
The Digital Vault Lock is an electronic time lock that utilizes a secure online interface and user-friendly software to allow for increased flexibility and security for convenient vault access, according to the company.
Combining an attack-resistant lock case and enhanced features to protect against a variety of threats such as vibration, bouncing and punching attacks, the lock is well-suited for financial institutions.
The Digital Vault Lock has the ability to assign four independent time lock schedules for up to 100 users and retrieve up to 1,000 time-and date-stamped audit events with a USB connection from the lock. This can increases shift coverage without overriding security and can be customized for a single user, dual user or manager.
“With S&G’s Digital Platform features and benefits continuing to evolve, the Digital Vault Lock will provide our customers with additional flexibility and security for a smarter and faster vault access lock,” says Keith Deaton, COO of Sargent and Greenleaf. “The auditing capabilities along with the scheduling and management features of this lock, make it possible for banks to have a digital vault security option.”
S&G’s Digital Vault Lock’s main features include:
- User-friendly programming via website interface or keypad for secure programming.
- Audio and visual signals, including a display screen and three keypad LEDs for lock status indication.
- 1,000 time-and date-stamped events for precisely managing audit trails.
- Offers dual control, automatic daylight savings, a management reset code, time delay up to 99 minutes and a penalty lockout.
S&G’s Digital Vault Lock is powered by the S&G 3029-3XX lock with a motor-driven lock bolt. With same mounting footprints as the S&G 6400 and 6500 series mechanical vault locks, retrofits are quick and easy, according to the company.
OpenGate Capital signed an agreement to acquire S&G from Stanley Black & Decker earlier this year.
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