The E-plex 2000 push-button lever lock has become a go-to to the locksmith community for over 10 years now. It’s ideal for situations where you have under 100 employees. The lock enables you to assign an individual code for up to 100 users. When you terminate an employee you just delete their user code. Making it possible to change the lock without having to call a locksmith out every time you terminate an employee.
The E-plex 2000 push-button lock is also far less expensive than traditional Access Control. One of the biggest benefits of this particular lock is that the installation is simple and from a security professional standpoint, simple is always better. There are other push-button lever locks on the market such as Alarm lock or Trilogy or Schlage. This is just the one that we have the most success with.
Traditional Access Control for a single door can be as high as $5,000 or as low as $1,500 I know that sounds like a rather large ballpark. I will explain why! With card readers, first you have the reader the wiring. Then if the reader is not stand alone then you have to integrate the access control system into either a local computer or a network. This is where push button locks are a real advantage.
Now I don’t know about you but when someone starts talking about integrating with my computer network I get a little nervous. I know that’s where if something does go wrong it can get very expensive very quickly. That’s why the KABA E-Plex 2000 push button lever lock used so frequently now. Unlike most access control the KABA E-Plex 2000 can’t cause problems with your computer system.