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Locking In Style

PRODUCT: Optima locking systemMANUFACTURER: TimeLox, Inc

Locking In Style

TimeLox, the world’s leading supplier of ZigBee online electronic locking systems for hotels and resorts, recently introduced Optima, a new line of design-centric electronic door locks.

Optima pairs elegant, dual-card bezel readers with hoteliers’ choice of handle and finish to provide design flexibility, what the company calls “the pinnacle of elegant security.”


TimeLox developed Optima to offer hoteliers an ideal combination of the design elements they want with the security they need. The TimeLox DC-One Dual-Card technology has been recognized for its high level of security.


The DC-One system is compatible with magnetic-stripe and smart cards, allowing hotels to enjoy the advantages that each technology offers while maximizing security for both the property and guests.


On the design side, the locking system brings together high quality, solid brass bezel readers and the choice of three handle styles in eight

finishes.

For more information, contact TimeLox representatives at

972-692-3167, or visit the company’s website at www.timelox.com.

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