Mobeye Call-Key MCK100 – GSM Access Control System
The Mobeye Call-Key MCK100 is a user-friendly and secure GSM access control system designed for buildings with a single door, fences, or gates, as well as for scenarios involving changing access permissions. Authorized individuals can effortlessly unlock the door by calling the door lock with their smartphone. This telephone-based access control system eliminates the need for traditional keys or tags.
The Mobeye MCK100 serves as a GSM door opener, granting access to doors, fences, or gates with a simple and free smartphone call. Utilizing automatic number recognition, the GSM unit verifies whether the lock may be opened. Through the internet portal, unlimited access or specific time windows can be assigned to each phone number. Importantly, the phone call itself is not answered, ensuring that the user will not incur any call charges.
The Mobeye Call-Key can connect to all electronic locks and strikes that operate via a pulse or switch command.
Granting access is a straightforward process. Administrators can easily authorize or remove phone numbers remotely. Additionally, the unit can be configured to restrict unauthorized access if necessary. The Mobeye Call-Key is compatible with all electronic locks and strikes that function via a pulse or switch command. A mains adapter is included, and for added convenience, 4x CR123a batteries can be installed optionally, allowing for power failure reporting.
Mobeye Call-Key access control system can work in two ways:
The Mobeye GSM door opener, or alternatively, a gate opener, can function as a stand-alone unit. Equipped with its own SIM card, the Call-Key operates with 24/7 authorizations. It can be programmed easily through simple SMS commands. Upon request, the module can send status messages and provide authorization lists.
registered in Mobeye Internet Portal
By registering the Call-Key on the Mobeye Internet portal using the included Mobeye SIM card, authorizations become possible within a specified time frame (day, time, or time window). The Mobeye Internet portal lists the individuals who opened the door and when the alarm events occurred. The portal displays both successful door openings and instances of refusal. Configuration of the unit and assignment of authorizations can be easily accomplished through the user-friendly interface.
How to make a smartphone door lock
To get started with the Mobeye Call-Key and make a smartphone door lock seven easy steps are needed:
- Place the SIM card
- Connect an electronic lock to the output
- Connect the power supply and, if desired,
- Insert the four batteries
- Program a phone number as administrator
- Program at least one phone number as authorised number
- Open the lock
The Mobeye Call-Key was awarded a place in the Dutch SME Innovation Top 100 2013. In the newest releases many features were added to optimise its functionality.
Typical Applications for the Mobeye Call-Key smartphone access control system
The Mobeye access control system is suitable for:
- houses with multiple occupants
- building access control system
- rental / leasing situations
- sports complexes
- garage door
- server room access
- rental companies that need to authorise entry on a temporary basis
- SME companies and clubs that need to open doors for suppliers
- as gate opener for terrains
- as back-up for door entry system when the main system is not 100% trustworthy
- to grant access to renters or in buildings that are used by several people
- assisted living situations
- site huts