Electronic lock Trillium® RFID
for shipsfor yachtskey card

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for ships, for yachts
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key card


Contactless room entry has quickly become a hotel industry standard and Onity is leading the way in advancing RFID technology to optimize security, ease of use and aesthetics. Existing HT24 locks can be easily converted to RFID technology in only a few minutes per door. Our technology features multiple levels of encryption to maximize security and peace of mind. Benefits Based on Onity's flagship product, the HT lock, the many benefits of Trillium® RFID can help you achieve a new level of security, convenience and operational efficiency for your property. Stand alone installation (no wires required) Reading technology: contact-less RFID MIFARE® (ISO1443A) Powered by (4) AA batteries Average battery life: approximately 2 years Unlimited masterkeying potential Multiple opening devices available: cards, wristbands, keychains, etc. Non-volatile memory: records last 500 openings including date, time and card user Deadbolt operates by a thumb-turn inside the room for added guest privacy & security Programmable to customer needs: office mode, free passage, etc. LEDs to indicate the lock status including a low battery warning Physical Features □ Off-line installation (no wires required) □ “Do-Not-Disturb” Function (thumbturn) □ Corrosion resistant □ Mortises: EURO with Auto Latch, DIN with Auto Deadbolt, ANSI, ANSI with Auto Deadbolt, Tubular, Interconnected, Sliding and Panic Bars □ Finishes: Satin Chrome, Polished Chrome, Satin Brass, Antique Brass, Polished Brass, Satin Nickel, Dark Bronze and Matt Black* □ Special version for outdoors (Satin Chrome, Dark Bronze or Matt Black finish) □ Standard handles: Wing, Granada, Jerez, Barcelona,
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.