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Lock Provides Access Control at Server - HES - Facility Management Product Release
By deploying the HES KS200 or KS100 Server Cabinet Locks, access control can be extended to protect data center assets from intrusion and expensive downtime. Designed for simple and fast installation, with minimal modifications on most swing-handle style server rack doors, the KS200 with an integrated, multi-technology reader uses Wiegand wiring to integrate seamlessly with existing access control systems and ID badges. It supports a Small Format Interchangeable Core (SFIC) mechanical key override and provides robust, cost-effective access control to meet strict regulatory compliance and protect data. Features a static strength of 250 pounds.
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