electronic locks for lockers
Issuing guest cards directly from lock
Very popular as sauna locks
ORBITA electronic locks for lockers (Hot selling !!!)
1:Name:Promotional SN-863 cabinet lock
4:Suit for card type: ID card;Mifare card;ID card. Note: Issuing guest cards directly from lock,easy to operate,very popular as sauna locks and cabinet locks.
The details user manual as below:
Install the battery, then hold the initialization button, after green lights turning on with a beep, release the button. Double beeps with prompt flashing of green lights indicate the setup status.
2.Setup the owner card.
In initialization status, read a random card, a green flash with a long beep indicates the successful setting of the owner card. Only one mode card is available and owner card does not open the locker.
3.Setup master card.
Read the owner card one time, while green lights flashing, read a random card, a beep indicates the successful setting of a master card. Only one manager card is available. In emergency, the door can be opened by reading the master card 5 times continuously (with 5 green flash and 5 beeps), in the meanwhile, guest cards are suspended, but the master cards still function.
4.Setup guest card
Read the master card one time(green lights flashes) and read a random card to setup a guest card(green flash with one short beep). Guest card can open the locker,
a. Use master card to open
b. Use override mechanical key to pen. Take off the reader panel and find the cylinder inside the panel and open it with mechanical key.
c. Use outside battery box to open the locker when the battery power is low.
Orbita Technology Co., Ltd. specializes in the production of card operated locks and hotel locking systems.
Our experience of cooperating with reputable international companies has enabled our locking systems to a wide range of compatibility. Our products of card locks, digital safes and other hotel intelligent accessories have been adopted to more than 10,000 hotels, resorts and cruise ships of over 100 countries in the world.
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