Salto releases updated MyLock customization tool

Salto developed MyLock to allow project designers and planners to see how their electronic lock choices work with a variety of doors. Photo credit: Salto Systems

Salto Systems has upgraded MyLock, the online lock customization tool that allows users to choose and see potential door configurations before final architectural project and design definition.

With MyLock, users can select a Salto electronic lock model, door type, and choose from a broad range of colors, finishes, handles and functions. The new MyLock design has an improved user experience for web as well as mobile access and adds important new capabilities, including configuring accessory products like wall readers. Salto Space access-control-management software and Salto KS keys as a service-compatible product ranges also are included.

Whether it’s a change model, finish or door type texture, Salto MyLock users can easily navigate through a menu to make their selection and customize the chosen model as much as possible. User can choose between different door standards and technology platforms, like Salto Space access-management software or the Salto KS cloud-based solution, and opening mode options like contactless smart card, mobile key or keypad.

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Users now can make more than one configuration in a single MyLock session, which allows those seeking electronic lock solutions the ability to configure a variety of door models within a building. Once completed, a MyLock user can preview and download 3D and 2D files, including BIM files, in a variety of industry formats.

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