RFID contactless operated: locking and unlocking of the locker is simply by bringing the RFID carrier near the reader.
Autonomous system: no need for cabling, standalone and battery operated.
Shared Use/Assigned Use mode is optional for locker assignment:
Shared use: the user can select any free locker. Once occupied, the locker
can only be opened by that specific card. Even though the card is not locker
specific, it can only be used in one locker at a time.
Assigned use: the user can open the same number of locker as guest room
number, it can only be used in the specific locker while guest keycard still
valid throughout the guest’s stay.
Master keys: available to create master cards, to manage all lockers in the
Tamper indicator: buzzer alarm will on and last one minute if locks are
being tampered or not close property.
Occupied Notice LED: blue notice LED will blink to indicate occupation once
locker has been locked (for Shared Use mode).
Compatible with Be-Tech RFID hotel locking system: Cyber RFID Cabinet lock
is fully compatible with Be-Tech RFID hotel locking systems.
The hotel can customize access to the locker when using RFID technology.
Keycards can either be activated by default, when checking in a guest, or a later
time if needed.
Be-Tech RFID Cabinet lock provides two different working mode for owner
choose. Owner can select whether the locker should be work on Shared Use
mode upon free locker self-selection or if it should be work on Assigned Use
mode upon check-in same room-locker number.
If owner select locker works on Shared Use mode, an RFID key prepared for a
locker will be accepted by any vacant locker. Only the RFID key used to lock, or
a master RFID key, can open the locker once is has been locked. The lockers
are left open (vacant) after use. An RFID locker key has not time limit and is
therefore valid throughout the guest’s stay.
When a locker is being locked using a guest RFID key, it writes information back
to the RFID key. This means that this specific RFID key cannot operate any
other locker until the first one has unlocked. In other word, one RFID key can
only operate one locker at a time, avoiding multiple lockers being locked by the
If owner select locker works on Assigned Use mode, the RFID key prepared for
a locker will be only accepted by same number of locker as guest room number.
Only the right number RFID key, or a master RFID key, can open the locker. The
lockers are closed at any time. The RFID locker key has no time limit and is
therefore valid still throughout the guest’s stay.
When owner select locker works on Assigned Use mode, is has to set up same
system password and guest room number as hotel RFID locking system before
using. This means that the RFID key can only operate the specific locker.
Convenient for hotel guests secure their property.