Codelocks launches new web-based application for remote access control

Wednesday, 26 February 2014  |  Codelocks Marketing

Codelocks launches new web-based application for remote access control

NetCode software issues temporary access codes for KitLock cabinet locks

Codelocks, a leading manufacturer of standalone access control products, has enhanced its KitLock 1000 cabinet locks to enable cabinet owners to grant temporary access to their cabinets by using time-sensitive access codes.

“Many of our digital locks are used to restrict access to equipment locked inside cabinets, for example, data servers locked inside cabinet racks or machinery within utility cabinets,” said Grant Macdonald, Managing Director of Codelocks. “NetCode is a new web-based application that gives managers the ability to grant temporary access codes to a remote location, so an authorised engineer or customer can access their equipment unaccompanied.”

The application is particularly useful where access is required for routine servicing or one-off maintenance purposes, for example, where service engineers might visit many different locations in one day. Using the application, a field service manager (FSM) can generate time-sensitive codes for the engineer to gain access to the locked cabinets. The code can be sent via an SMS text message or by email to the engineer’s mobile on the day the access is required. Using time-sensitive access codes is a more secure way to grant access, as the code will not work outside a designated timeslot.

KL1000NC cabinet locks are configured prior to dispatch with a unique matching algorithm, allowing the NetCode software to predict the access codes on the lock. The locks are priced at $90 each and are available in black or silver grey. For more detailed product information please visit or call Codelocks on 01635 239645.

About Codelocks

Codelocks designs and manufactures a range of digital keyless door and cabinet locks for organisations that need to control access within their buildings. The locks save time and money by being easy to fit and easy to programme. Unlike other solutions, digital push button locks don’t require complex wiring, ID cards or external power, and are more cost effective for many applications. The locks offer the user a convenient standalone solution and are sold with ‘everything you need in the box’ to fit them, including parts, instructions and templates. For more information visit

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Rachel Woodford
Resonates SLM Ltd
+44 (0) 1635 898 364

Notes to editors NetCode provides a more convenient way of controlling how time-sensitive access codes are generated. Further application examples include:

Courier drop boxes – delivery personnel can be given a time-sensitive access code that will only work for a specific order.

hort-, medium-term locker rental – businesses that hire out lockers for people attending events (such as festivals) or wanting to lock away bicycles at train stations, can use NetCode to manage time-sensitive access codes on a large scale.