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RMP Security becomes master distributor for PulseCode locks


Wednesday, July 14, 2010
PulseCode utilizes E-Lock technology, a distinctive security concept that enables the PulseCode system to operate without direct contact between the lock and key. This photo shows the application on a swing door trailer. (Courtesy: RMP SECURITY)
PulseCode utilizes E-Lock technology, a distinctive security concept that enables the PulseCode system to operate without direct contact between the lock and key. This photo shows the application on a swing door trailer. (Courtesy: RMP SECURITY)

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. — RMP Security Inc. has become the master distributor for PulseCode High-Security Locks, which are electronic lock solutions from Master Lock.

The locks are a versatile access control system engineered with the distinctive E-Lock technology and with incredible application flexibility, according to Mark Nielsen, sales director.

"E-Lock's patented technology allows us to represent an unequaled security lock that is so flexible that it adapts to many applications from truck trailer swing and rollup doors, to under trailer compartments, to truck toolboxes," Nielsen said. "This versatility is enhanced further by the lock combining security, access control and lock audit trail all in one lock. The locks are hidden inside the door and eliminate any exterior exposed locks or hardware that can be compromised or forced open. Lock audit trail records all lock events to detect tampering and assist in tracing losses."

PulseCode utilizes E-Lock technology, a distinctive security concept that enables the PulseCode system to operate without direct contact between the lock and key, Neilson said.

In fact, there's no keyhole or conventional key at all, he said. “Instead, E-Lock technology uses an encrypted sequence of mechanical pulses transmitted by the keypad through a solid surface,” Nielsen said. “The opening code passes straight through to the lock, even through solid metal, wood or glass. If the lock hears the correct code sequence, it opens.”

The 32-digit, randomly encrypted code allows for billions of possible code combinations, making the PulseCode system extremely secure since it never uses the same code twice. So it's impossible to imitate the keypad, even by recording the code, Nielsen said.

PulseCode lock mounts on the inside of a door of the trailer, compartment, or toolbox.

The lock does not have a keyhole or require direct contact with the key itself to operate. Since the locking mechanism is concealed from the outside, a PulseCode lock is virtually impossible to detect, pick or vandalize.

Only a management authorized user code can operate the lock and each user has an individual user code that can be programmed so that code will operate the lock during pre-determined hours.

"The User Code feature eliminates conventional padlock and key management, lost keys, borrowed keys and unauthorized duplication of keys and malfunctioning padlock replacements,” Nielsen said. “Users can be added or deleted by simply changing codes. Locks ensure security during rest and fueling stops."

A PulseCode lock system can accommodate almost any number of locks, keypads and users and each lock can be programmed to be opened by up to 500 different codes.

Each keypad can open any number of locks, with either the same or different codes. And you can reprogram opening codes in about 10 seconds, right in the field. This allows instant decisions to be made about security and access control parameters.

"Locks can be programmed to function to a lock owner's preferences," Nielsen said. " Locks can be programmed as to times locks are permitted to operate, time lock is to re-lock, code for one time vendor access, lock requires two codes to open, and so on. Basically locks may be programmed as to whom has access to which locks and when."

For additional information on PulseCode locks from Master Lock, call Nielsen at (949) 472-0959 or e-mail him at meniel@comline.com.

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