USB CHARGING & LED LIGHTING

The lighting will be activated as soon as a locker is opened. The lighting consists of 6 high-power LEDs, integrated into the lock. Apart from the integrated lighting, there is a standard option of charging a mobile device via a USB port. In order to charge current smartphones, a minimum of 1A charging capacity is required. The lock has a charging capacity of 1A via the USB port to facilitate charging in the locker. A variety of USB charging options may be made available via the Locker Management System for individual lockers, individual employees, groups of employees, or locker blocks. For safety reasons, the USB port cannot function as a data port. If at a certain point in time, a large number of employees are charging their smartphones simultaneously, thus causing a peak load, the power supply will be regulated to avoid an overload.

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NO HANDLES

The LOQIT LMS system offers the possibility to use locker doors without handles. Using the software, it is possible to define (or change) whether the lockers, at any given time, are to be made accessible via ?push-to-open? or via ?popper? (actively bursting open, small opening). This may be determined for each locker block. If a locker is not opened in ?push-to-open? mode, then the lock will be automatically secured

LoQit at Total Facilities 2019

March 20-21 2019 in Sydney LoQit will participate in the Total Facilities trade exhibition. The exibition/conference takes place at the Sydney International Convention Centre (ICC) on March 20 - 21, 2019.Come visit our stand no. C35 at the ICC and we will show you live our LoQit leading innovative electronic locking system and her many possibilities. Free entrance  Send us an e-mail at info@loqit.com.au and you will receive the entrance code. WATCH THE ANIMATION! ...
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ACG Delivers Stunning Project

In Sydney our Partner ACG Fire & Security delivered a brand new project in Sydney with 500+ lockers. The lockers are treated with the special sublimation technique with custom artwork. The project also included installing locks on the fridge drawers and kitchen cabinets within the shared kitchen areas, this allowed the client to manage secure shared storage for individual tenants. Also, decide when it's time for drinks and when it time for work. WATCH THE ANIMATION! ...
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