day to day jobs. The app allows
the locksmith to manage all
their inventory, not just products
purchased from Midwest Keyless.
With integrated QR scanning
technology, locksmiths can
scan any product in and
out of the system using a
smartphone or tablet. Features
of the app include multiple truck
management, automatic refill and
QR scanning, giving the locksmith
the ability to proactively control
and manage inventory.
The app is downloadable
from the Apple and Android
app stores. Midwest customers
can still sign into their Midwest
Keyless account to manage
inventory as the web site works
simultaneously with the app.
Sargent and Greenleaf
A 30-character display screen
has been added to Sargent
and Greenleaf’s A-Series ATM
portfolio. The large display screen
has universally recognizable text,
codes and icons which allows for
trouble-free lock interpretation
regardless of native language,
technical background or traffic
and noise volume around the
lock’s vicinity. Multiple visual and
audio elements, including green,
The enhanced ATM lock works
on S&G’s digital platform. With
a verified USB flash drive, up to
1,000 events can be uploaded
for analysis and auditing. The
S&G digital platform permits
analysis of a single or multiple
lock system across many users
without supplementary software.
The A-Series with Display is
available in four different bolt
types and has UL Type 1, Vds
Class 2, CEN B, A2P B/E and
RoHS Compliant certifications.
Locksmiths seeking to prevent
false fire alarms as well as
protect alarms from accidental
and intentional physical damage
should check out STI’s UL/cUL
listed flush mounted Universal
Stopper. The product is an
cover which protects the alarm
from harm as well as dust and
grime and severe environments
inside and out. Preventing
false fire alarms saves possible
municipal fees, disruption,
lost revenue, and a loss of
productivity from employees,
staff members and/or students.
The clear cover protects dual
action pull stations without
restricting legitimate operation.
When the cover is lifted to gain
access to the actual alarm, a
piercing warning horn sounds.
Immediate attention is drawn to
the area and the prankster will
either run or be caught before a
false alarm is pulled.