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Keyless Entry Installation Melbourne

Did you know your home can operate like your car, just have your phone with you and the door opens for you with a tap using keyless entry systems? Keyless entry refers to a method of gaining access to a building, vehicle, or secured area without using a traditional physical key. Instead, various electronic or biometric methods are employed to authenticate and authorise entry. We can integrate access control in your automation system, and control locks and doors automatically when home or away. Our team of experts is here to help you design a proper access control system and assist in keyless entry install. Talk to us for advice and installation.

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Common Types Of Keyless Entry Systems

PIN Code Entry

Users enter a numerical code (PIN) on a keypad to unlock the door.

RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification)

RFID uses radio waves to identify and track tags attached to objects. In keyless entry, an RFID card or fob is presented to a reader to unlock the door.

Fingerprint Recognition

Scans and matches fingerprints to grant access.

Bluetooth WaveKey

Uses Bluetooth technology to connect a mobile device to an access control system, allowing for keyless entry.

Face Recognition

Analyses facial features to authenticate and grant access.

The keyless entry methods are often used in combination to enhance security. For example, a system might require both a PIN code and a fingerprint scan for access. The choice of a keyless entry system depends on factors such as the level of security required, user convenience, and budget constraints. Connected Logics is here to offer exceptional keyless entry installation services. We strongly recommend the 2N® Access Unit 2.0 Touch Keypad, Bluetooth & RFID. You’ll get one smart access control reader with no less than three access technologies supported: multi-frequency RFID (including NFC), PIN codes, and Bluetooth-based mobile access control powered by WaveKey technology.

Why 2N® Access Unit 2.0 Touch Keypad, Bluetooth & RFID?

Maximum flexibility

This new version of the 2N® Access Unit 2.0 is ideal for any project. Whether you have a modern residential development keen on mobile access control but requires to provide PIN codes for one-time access to certain areas or you have a commercial development that currently uses RFID cards, but also wants the convenience of mobile access control, the 2N® Access Unit 2.0 allows you to offer clients whatever they need and might be the most flexible access control reader on the market!

Smaller footprint

Not only can you offer more flexibility, but you also won’t need to waste space or money on combining multiple devices and modules. This new 2N® Access Unit 2.0 is a typical 2N access control reader: sleek, compact, and modern.

Fine-tuned usability

This 3-in-1 reader was a long time in the making. We tested seven prototypes to ensure that every user, no matter their experience or age, can use this access control reader.

Benefits of access control:

  • Added security
  • Control and record who enters and exits your property
  • Issue temporary access codes or credentials
  • Add keyless entry features

Key advantages of keyless entry systems

Enhanced Security

Keyless entry systems often provide a higher level of security compared to traditional lock and key mechanisms. Biometric methods such as fingerprint or face recognition, for instance, offer unique and difficult-to-duplicate access credentials.

Customisable Access

Many keyless entry systems allow for customisable access levels. Administrators can easily grant or revoke access privileges, change PIN codes, or deactivate lost cards, providing greater control over who can enter specific areas and when.

Remote Access Management

Some keyless entry systems can be managed remotely through mobile apps or web interfaces. This capability enables administrators to control access and monitor security from anywhere with an internet connection.

Reduced Risk of Unauthorised Access

Traditional keys can be easily duplicated, lost, or stolen. Keyless entry systems mitigate these risks, especially when using biometric methods or secure electronic credentials.

Contactless Access

In the context of recent health concerns, keyless entry systems that support contactless methods like RFID cards or smartphone-based access provide an additional layer of safety by reducing physical touchpoints.


Keyless entry eliminates the need to carry physical keys, which can be easily lost or misplaced. Users can gain access using methods like PIN codes, RFID cards, or smartphones, offering greater convenience and ease of use.

Audit Trail

Keyless entry systems often come with built-in logging capabilities, creating an audit trail of who accessed a particular area and when. This feature enhances security by allowing administrators to monitor and review access events.

Integration with Other Systems

Keyless entry systems can be integrated with other security systems, such as video surveillance or alarm systems. This integration enhances overall security and provides a comprehensive solution for access control.

User Accountability

With personalised credentials like PIN codes or biometrics, there is a higher level of user accountability. Individuals are less likely to share their unique access methods, reducing the risk of unauthorised access.

Let’s Go Keyless

Connected Logics is here to offer exceptional keyless entry installation services. Keyless entry systems offer a combination of enhanced security, convenience, and advanced features that make them a compelling choice for various applications, from residential and commercial buildings to vehicles and secure facilities.

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