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CISA eSIGNO, new contactless lock and hotel safe

 

CISA presents eSIGNO, its latest access control solution for hotels  and other communities. The leading product in the range is the new electronic lock, which will be given its world premiere at the Equip’Hôtel trade show (Paris 11-15 November).

Its elegant, compact Italian design is the ultimate fusion of technology and user-friendliness. CISA eSIGNO is a modular product capable of delivering complete and efficient solutions to suit the customer’s specific needs, whether they be hotel chains or family-run businesses.

The main features of the new contactless lock.

Simplicity: no invasive work needed on the door, making it easier to replace existing systems.

Contactless technology: the door is unlocked by simply holding the card up to the reader, avoiding contact and, as a result, wear and tear to parts.

Power supply: the lock is battery powered so no wiring is required and it is fully functional even in the event of a power failure

Control: CISA eSIGNO is available in standalone or wireless versions. The wireless solution can provide complete control over the system, maximising the potential of wireless communication. With no wiring required on the doors, it will be possible to control and manage the whole system from a central station.

 

The CISA eSIGNO product range also includes a new hotel safe with the following unbeatable features:

Modern all-Italian design that blends seamlessly into any environment. A clearly visible display and an ADA-compliant keypad guide guests in the simple operations and, thanks to its 90 degree door opening, the safe holds a laptop. An internal power socket can be fitted and automatic internal lighting provides greater visibility.

The CISA eSIGNO safe offers other features including the audit trail function that can trace the previous 300 events, storing them directly onto an SD card, the staff Master Code allowing the safe to be opened if guests forget their code and a mechanical override key to bypass the electronic lock in the event of an emergency.
 

 

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