Wireless locks from EFG CZ
11 February 2022
IQRF wireless locks are easy to install, only replacing the existing door lock with a new wireless lock with minimal interference with the door structure.
IQRF technology uses secure transmission using the industry-standard AES-128.
Near the door, there is a fingerprint reader, card or keyboard for entering the code, or a camera.
This reader communicates via Ethernet with a central application that runs on a server either in a building or on some Internet storage, in the cloud.
The application evaluates whether the person in question has permission to enter. If so, a control signal is sent to the reader, which wirelessly sends a lock command to open the door.
You can choose from locks that have a blocked door latch or a bolt.
These are electromechanical locks. The lock communicates with the reader every second and, if it receives a command to open it, it unlocks.
Lock control and wireless communication run on batteries.
Thanks to the economical efficient communication mode, the company guarantees 90,000 door opening cycles, which in reality means many years of operation without battery replacement.
Li-ion batteries with a capacity of 1.2 Ah are commonly used in locks.
The company currently supplies to the Czech Republic and Slovakia.