HIGH-SECURITY KEY CABINETS
Designed specifically for high-security environments, the CQRiT eXtreme is approved for use in Security Levels 3 and 4 (Australian Military).
The robust construction and additional intruder-resistant features make these cabinets almost impossible to break into.
Their standard implementation involves two-factor authentication (typically prox plus PIN) and a night lock that mechanically secures the cabinet after-hours.
Information transfer between the cabinets and the database uses 256-bit AES encryption.
Cabinets contain a three-point locking system on the door, internal baffling for cable entry points, solid welded seams and internal cover plate to hide mechanisms.
Securing your keys in the cabinets involves no weak or bulky plastic parts. Our locking mechanisms, our holder keys, our tamper-proof barrels all have a metal construction for security and reliability.
SAME USER RETURN
Enforce this rule on particular keys to make sure that the user who removed the keys is the same one to return them. This adds an extra layer of accuracy to your audit trails.
For particularly sensitive keys, you can make sure that the key only releases if more than one person is present to sign it out.
Cabinets require two-points of identification before the door will open, typically Prox and PIN (or User ID and PIN).
Each of the three sizes are available in T Series and L Series (Zone 5 and Zone 4 respectively)
The stand is included and serves two purposes. To take some of the weight off the wall and to hide the power and data ports
All alarms are visible are recorded in the software.
Key alarms will be indicated on the panel with a red LED. Plus the cabinet has an audible buzzer.
2 in-built relays (expandable to 8) to send a signal back to an alarm panel.
All alarms in the software can be configured to send automatic emails.
The external chassis is a single piece, solid box with welded seams.
The door is secured by three large locking pins, each 15mm in diameter.
All cable entry points are covered with internal baffling.
All edges have double returns for both strength and security.
At the end of each shift, the cabinet can be secured with the “Night Lock” which mechanically overrides the door eliminating all access. This needs to be unlocked the following day to allow access again.
Night lock will either be a lock (L Series) or a tumbler (T Series).