Axessor USB Electronic Lock

Certified by VdS in Class 2, the Axessor Series from KABA represents one of the most technologically advanced lines in the electronic locks market.

Whether used to guarantee the safety in retail chains, banks or hotels, the Axessor USB electronic lock can be quickly programmed using the software or even directly through the input unit.

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Product NameAxessor USB Electronic Lock
ModelAxessor USB
ColorAs picture
DisplayYes
Lock Bolt TypeMotorized
Number of users1 Master Code, 2 Managers Codes, 18 User Codes and 1 Courier Code
Audit RecordYes, on screen
Silent / Duress AlarmYes
Time Delay functionalityYes
Open window funcionalityYes
Remote ManagementYes
Batteries3xAA
Weight - kg1

Kaba Axessor® USB Electronic Lock  with inbuilt LCD screen

Certified by VdS in Class 2, the Axessor Series from KABA represents one of the most technologically advanced lines in the electronic locks market.

When moving cash or other valuables, no one wants to spend time into interpreting sounds or lights: Thanks to the integration of the LCD screen directly in the body of the lock, it is intuitive and straightforward to understand.

An investment on Security

Whether used to guarantee the safety in retail chains, banks or hotels, the Axessor USB electronic lock can be quickly programmed using the software or even directly through the input unit.

Key Facts

Buying a safe is something that you don´t do everyday: The metal housing of the input unit ensures its reliability in the long run, to secure your precious now and in the future.

Last but not least, the USB port. An Audit log of up to 10.000 events can be downloaded with a simple USB drive, to be undisturbed during the analysis of accesses.

Customer Questions
Safe Locks: What are the lock requirements for each burglary grade?

Safe locks are classified in ascending security classes going from A through D as per EN-1300 Regulation.

Additionally, starting at security grade IV, safes and vaults must contain 2 separate locks and even 3 for grades XI and higher.

The following table attempts to explain the lock requirements that each safe must meet in order to maintain the certification for the EN-1143-1 burglary resistance grade.

Lock Requirements for Burglary Grades

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