PR-no. 40200-0102-02/2012
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ZOW Bad Salzuflen, 6 – 9 February 2012

e-solutions from Lehmann

Electronic locking systems provide a high level of security, flexibility and convenience. The “e-solutions” product range from Lehmann is an end-to-end system solution that uses three different identification systems ranging from wireless to pin code and biometry.

The “M300” and “M400” electronic locking systems are mutually compatible and designed for different furniture applications. Without the need for wiring, the systems work autonomously with standard batteries. The identification system to select depends on the requirements at the particular premises.

With fingerprint, security is always on hand

With the biometric fingerprint sensor nothing can be forgotten or go missing. Provided the data read match the information stored, the furniture door unlocks simply in response to swiping your finger over the read strip. The battery-operated fingerprint sensor that can be retrofitted is just as easy to install as it is to operate.

Requiring no PC or an additional code, the user can complete all of the programming conveniently and directly on the system itself. The autonomous system allows access authorisations to be activated or deactivated at any time without administrative effort.

Lehmann highlights the software’s « self-learning » function as being a pioneering feature as it constantly optimises identification performance.

Pin code / keypad – with the key in your head

Ingeniously simple to operate, keypad locks will be familiar to the user from many other applications, such as the standard hotel safe to burglar alarms and security systems. From a single-digit figure, easy-to-remember birthday to a ten-digit number combination – it’s all possible. The personal code is entered on a sealed keypad and confirmed by pressing “Enter”. The cabinet is now locked. To open it again, you type in the previously entered code and confirm again.

Instant response at the press of a button

The locks are engaged and disengaged at the press of a button on a hand-held transmitter. Using key combinations, the software provides the capability of setting different functions: such as forced locking that automatically re-engages the lock after 150 seconds. On pressing both buttons, the electronics activate or deactivate forced locking, automatically re-engaging the lock after 150 seconds. If a transmitter goes missing, resetting the software restores security.

The end-to-end « e-solutions system » from Lehmann provides convenience and security from three identification methods. The user benefits from handling convenience and system options tailored to the specific application.

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Caption: The "e-solutions" product range is an end-to-end system solution. From pin code and wireless signal to biometric identification by fingerprint, there's a choice of three identification methods that can activate many different locking mechanisms. Electronic locking systems “M400” (bottom left) and “M300” (bottom right) are mutually compatible and designed for different furniture applications. Photo: Lehmann

Lehmann

As one of Europe's leading manufacturers of mechanical and electronic furniture locking systems employing some 300 members of staff with headquarters in Minden/Westphalia, Lehmann has been developing and producing high-quality products for the furniture-making industry since 1962. This includes office furniture, warehouse and factory equipment, shopfitting/interior fittings, living-room and bedroom furniture, hotel and contract furnishing, healthcare as well as caravan manufacturing and boat building. For further information, go to www.lehmann-locks.com

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