Touch screen keypad enhances LEID electronic lockers

August 30, 2012 - 

LEID Products, LLC, a leader in electronic locker and cabinet storage with biometric asset protection and control, has enhanced protection for its brand electronic storage systems with a newly available touch screen keypad.

Electronic access cabinets and lockers offered from the firm will now have a touch screen keypad or swipe card reader option. These are means to control access over stored items, and track and report inventory electronically, along with enhancing managed asset systems.

“The new Touchscreen gives customers the option of a sleeker interface. New functionalities also greatly improve the intuitive user-friendly experience we have worked for years to be able to provide,” said David Foster, Vice President of Engineering at LEID Products, LLC. is a proven inventory control and asset management system that features electronic reporting which is controlled through remote, Web-based management and monitoring software.

Various sectors are using products, including: government facilities, law enforcement, hospitals, libraries, and commercial companies in storing weapons, guns, radios, cellphones, laptops, and even court evidence.

Earlier this year, LEID released the second version of its Biometric Access Control Systems (BACS) ID Station Kiosk for additional security and functionality. BACS have been used to streamline operations and provide full accountability for critical business assets. Using fingerprint or hand geometry, it identifies authorized users and rejects unauthorized ones in accessing assets stored in electronic cabinets. It has remote access, which is important for LEID customers as it allows them to control their systems, anywhere, anytime.

Would you find it secure and convenient to use a touch screen keypad with an electronic locker system?

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