Server Cabinet Locks
Server Cabinet Locks
When you’re building a sophisticated access control system, you don’t just want to install some ordinary locks. You need the best available, and we can combine a variety of core technologies to give you the solution you need. We offer a variety of lock types that can be combined to give you multi-factor authentication in the data center.
The lock formats we have available include:
A biolock solution represents the cutting edge of what is available in the industry. A fingerprint cabinet lock system can help you protect your data assets with ease.
Fingerprint solutions ensure that a worker always has his or her keys on hand, making it much easier to adjust authorizations – you only need to change credentials to the lock, you don’t need to give users a new keycard.
The db BioLock system can store prints for up to 10 fingers per user, and you can set specific fingers aside for quick authorization during emergency situations.
db DualLock is the industry’s first physical access control solution that enables dual-factor authentication at the cabinet door by combining the power of fingerprint biometrics and RFID smartcard technology.
By storing the fingerprint template(s) on the RFID card, db DualLock eliminates the requirement of uploading templates to the device, allowing it to integrate with any legacy access control management (ACM) system.
From military installations to large colocation facilities, Digitus Biometrics secures IT assets with the most advanced access control solution on the market today.
Digitus Biometrics, the manufacturer of the world’s only biometric swing-handle, has guaranteed performance and physical security compliance with its indisputable audit trail for many years. The added protection of dual-factor authentication elevates best practices to meet the most rigorous regulatory requirements.
db CodeLock-HFLF – PIN + smart card
Dual-factor authentication with high-frequency RFID smartcards and low-frequency prox cards plus PIN
db CodeLock-HFLF enables dual-factor authentication at the cabinet door using both cards and personal identification number (PINs). Authenticates high-frequency (13.56 MHz) RFID smartcards and low-frequency (125 KHz) prox cards, ideal for locations that employ a card mix and those that currently use prox cards but require a seamless migration to a more secure high-frequency smartcard platform.