CyberLock, Inc.
The CyberLock electronic access control system offers a cost-effective turnkey solution for water & waste water utilities looking to increase security and key control.CyberLock makes it easy to convert existing mechanical locks and padlocks into a full-featured access control system. Simply replace each lock's core with a CyberLock electronic cylinder. Both the lock and the key store a record of openings and entry attempts, providing a detailed audit report. Each key can be set to restrict access to specific locks during certain times on selected days.

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1105 NE Circle Blvd.
Corvallis, OR 97330
United States
Phone: 541-738-5500
Fax: 541-738-5501

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CyberKey Vault provides four layers of key security: secure access to the key cabinet, secure access to individually programmed keys, secure access to pre-selected locks throughout a facility and an audit report sent to management of each key’s lock openings and exceptions such as unauthorized attempts to enter. This product joins the company’s extended line of CyberLock electronic access control... more
  • CyberKey Vault provides four layers of key security: secure access to the key cabinet, secure access to individually programmed keys, secure access to pre-selected locks throughout a facility and an audit report sent to management of each key’s lock openings and exceptions such as unauthorized attempts to enter. This product joins the company’s extended line of CyberLock electronic access control... more

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