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KeyWatcher Touch

Morse Watchmans • Booth 5635

KeyWatcher Touch

Operators can secure all casino facility keys safely and efficiently with the Morse Watchmans KeyWatcher Touch electronic key control system. This modular, scalable and expandable system resides on a network server and can be integrated with other security access control systems for even greater security.

Users can customize a KeyWatcher Touch by selecting among several module options for keys, credit cards, single-door lockers, and dual-door lockers. The benefits of electronic key control include:

Reduced Liability – Electronic key control supports security plan objectives and helps with avoiding unnecessary liability.

Improved Accountability – Only authorized individuals can access the system and return the keys that are assigned to them.

Streamlined Workflow – Save time when keys are no longer lost. Automatic alerts prompt employees to return keys at the end of their work shift so keys are available to staff on the next shifts.

All key removal and return transactions are recorded for audit reports that are available at any time. Reports can be scheduled to automatically email, print, or save in a PDF or CSV format.

Special features allow users to see which keys are out, if any keys are overdue, and when they will become overdue. The system also locates which KeyWatcher Touch cabinet contains a specific key and determines who has it out. Another feature enables key returns to any KeyWatcher Touch cabinet located within the facility.

All KeyWatcher Touch cabinets are built with Category 4 hospital-grade 18GA stainless steel panels that resist corrosion and are coated with anti-microbial powder. This scratch-resistant coating retains microbe-fighting qualities for years and withstands regular cleanings and use.

The modular KeyWatcher Touch systems can easily be expanded or reconfigured when needs change. Morse Watchmans is the original developer and global leader of electronic key control, with offices in the U.S. and U.K. and authorized dealer representatives globally.

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