Key Locking Device Has Memory Chip

Oxford, Conn. – based Morse Watchmans Inc. announces KeyWatcher®, a smart key locking mechanism with built-in memory chip for each individual key; data from the chip is stored when a key is inserted into a key slot.

KeyWatcher has a built-in key pad and can be integrated with various access control methods such as biometric fingerprint readers and magnetic or proximity card readers. The system can accommodate up 2,000 codes with personal identification numbers.

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