Data sheet: EMKA 1325 swinghandle system for electrical cabinets and enclosures
1325 series data sheet
The 1325 swinghandle system from EMKA is designed for electrical and electronic cabinets and enclosures. The modular system is IP65 rated and can be paired with the company’s 1121 precision rod control module.
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Central network wireless control, coupled with RFID transponder swipe card technology, adds higher levels of security to EMKA’s programme 3000 AGENT E battery-powered electronically controlled swinghandles for data cabinet protection.
EMKA has introduced its LAN-based Control Cockpit real-time cabinet security software for electronic locking and monitoring (ELM) systems.
EMKA has added the BioLock with integral fingerprint reader to its electronic locking and monitoring range. The BioLock is used to provide a high level of security for the protection of valuable data in compliance with PCI, SOX, SSAE 16 and HIPAA in support of EN 50600.
There have been several breaches of security at high-profile institutions in recent times, and almost every day brings a new story of how a building has been compromised and critical data or hardware destroyed or stolen. Data centre operators have long understood the need for physical access control on server cabinets. There are many ways of securing data centres, and many solutions have evolved over time to address access control at doors and server cabinets.
At Data Centre Expo at Excel London on 8–9 October 2014, EMKA and sales partner Data Racks will launch BioLock, a biometric locking system that is designed to address concerns over data centre security breaches. EMKA BioLock provides fingerprint technology stored and processed in the handle on the cabinet with an Indisputable Audit Trail to protect valuable data.