Our HS4 SVN solution is a new concept in access control that allows users to upgrade the extent and functionality of their system – easily, instantly and cost-effectively – whenever their needs change. Our unique networked lock set can be used for a wide range of access control applications, with users choosing the level of control they need. Applications range from a simple self-programmable system that needs no computer to manage it, through a highly capable mid-range ROM system, up to the high performance, data-on-card Virtual Network (SVN) system that enables users to control all the doors in an entire building or group of buildings from a single PC.
With our HS4 online battery-operated wireless lock system, users can also experience real-time access control solutions without the need for wiring.

Add or delete users:

  • Change escutcheon opening modes
  • Download event audit trails
  • View battery status remote reports for stand-alone locks
  • For wireless 2.4 GHz, radio-frequency communication to have an online real-time control of the standalone devices.
  • Add or delete users.
  • Set up users profiles (calendars, shifts, ...).
  • Change escutcheon opening modes.
  • Event audit trail.
  • Stand-alone locks battery status remote export.


The Virtual Network (SVN) provides the flexibility for an access control system to grow from a small number of doors and users to a large number of doors and users as required. It allows stand-alone locks to read, receive and write information via an encrypted and secure data-on-card system that utilizes the capabilities of RFID read/write technology. In SVN all access data is stored on and distributed by its operating smartcard. When presenting a smartcard to an offline stand-alone door, not only does this control access rights to that door but thanks to two-way communication, the door also writes data like blacklist information or battery status back to the smartcard. The smartcard then transmits this information back to the server via online wall readers that are able to update and receive information from the cards anytime and anywhere in the building.

How It Works

Our data-on-card technology enables users’ credentials to act as a carrier for transmitting information from the stand-alone locks to the online hotspots and so to the network’s PC.

Key Features and Benefits

  • Dynamic master keys
  • Cancel lost keys at the click of a button
  • Eliminate walking with a programmer
  • Instant changes to user access privileges
  • Controls the entire property
  • Displays activity around the property to facilitate control
  • Integration interface
  • Monitors on-duty personnel and contractors
  • Offline locks with online capabilities
  • No wiring costs
  • Smart battery management
  • Innovative design
  • Simplifies installation and reduces material cost
  • Adaptable to any kind of door
  • Tracks facility maintenance tasks
  • Compatible with third party or facility management systems
  • Automatic alerts highlight locks with low battery levels
  • Standard models and infrastructure enable installations worldwide
  • In the event of a power failure, the access control system continues to function because of its battery-operated escutcheons and cylinders


Having been the first company to develop electronic access control without the need for expensive hardwiring, we continued to anticipate and fill market needs by introducing our real-time battery-powered wireless system. Our wireless online technology enables the control of all the doors in a building from one central location with just the click of a mouse. It ensures quick and easy network monitoring, key card deletions and audit trail downloads – all in real-time and without wires.

How It Works

Our wireless system provides online communication between the gateways and the stand-alone locks in real-time through radio frequency (2.4Ghz), thereby ensuring the highest levels of security and control.

Key Features and Benefits

  • Combines the efficiency of both offline and online applications in a single system.
  • Simplified security management and unrivaled levels of access control flexibility through real-time communication with state-of-the-art stand-alone battery-powered escutcheons.
  • Uses AES128 bits encrypted radio frequency communication – based on IEEE 802.15.4 at 2.4Ghz – to transfer information from escutcheons to the PC through strategically located gateways or nodes.
  • Wireless ultra efficiency with battery power consumption that is close to that of our standard battery-powered electronic escutcheons.
  • Real-time audit trail enables door access to be viewed without having to visit the door.
  • Real-time door control enables door status viewing.
  • Real-time battery control enables battery maintenance monitoring.
  • Real-time key management ensures locks receive canceled key updates as soon as they are generated.
  • Any number of doors can be equipped with the our wireless system at much lower cost than a conventional wired access control solution.
  • Gateways and nodes act as antennas, collecting and sending information from the PC to the stand-alone wireless locks. One gateway can manage several nodes and electronic escutcheons, minimizing infrastructure costs and maximizing flexibility.
  • Compatible with most common RFID technologies – including Mifare, DESFire, Inside Picopass, Legic and HID iClass – making integration easy and enabling the continued use of existing cards for all applications in most cases.