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Wireless locks

Wireless locks are electronic locks that use wireless communication protocols, such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or RFID, to communicate with access control systems and allow authorized individuals to gain entry. Many wireless locks operate on battery power, offering flexibility in installation and reducing the need for complex wiring.

Wireless locks provide enhanced security, convenience, and flexibility in integrating with existing security systems.

Integrating wireless locks with Kisi

Kisi integrates with Allegion's ENGAGE technology, providing seamless support for Schlage NDE and LE smart locks. This allows organizations to view and conveniently manage all locks across their facility through the Kisi interface.

  • Enhanced security: By integrating Kisi with their wireless locks, organizations benefit from advanced authentication methods and encryption, reducing the risk of unauthorized access and physical key duplication.
  • Convenience: Users can access secured areas using smartphones or NFC/RFID cards, enhancing the user experience and convenience.
  • Remote Management: Administrators can save time and resources by managing access permissions remotely.
  • Auditability: Robust audit trails improve accountability by providing detailed records of access events.