KESO network-on-key Technology

Greater convenience with network-on-key updates at main entrances.


No door should remain unlocked in indoor areas if this is what security and organisational measures require. KESO’s stand-alone mechatronic locking system technology offers a cost-effective security solution, since it is able to function without wiring. KESO management software k-entry ensures that you don’t go without the convenience of central organization either.

With KESO’s new network-on-key technology, it is users who transfer data between online and stand-alone doors by means of their personal ID cards, key tags or KESO KEK Combi keys.

Authorisation information from offline components are recorded in media such as KESO KEK Combi keys, key tags or cards when they are held against a contactless, online KESO i-reader featuring KESO network-on-key technology, such as the KESO KEK Genie Cylinder, KESO i-turn, KESO i-handle S, KESO i-handle HS, and KESO KEK i-reader.


Transferred information includes group rights, temporary groups, and time-limited authorisations. KESO KEK i-readers can also store start dates, validity periods, and authorisation update intervals.


An authorised medium can also be used to turn on the office function, thus activating permanently open mode. KESO network-on-key technology also makes it easy to monitor battery status in offline components. When a key receives a low battery warning from an offline component, this information is passed on to the management software k-entry the next time that the key is updated.


Main doors in the system which are equipped with contactless online KESO KEK i-readers verify access authorisation while also updating KESO network-on–key data. KESO network-on-key technology thus enables just a few KESO KEK i-readers to programme authorisations for the whole mechatronic system, meaning that programming with the portable programmer PPG V2 is reduced to a minimum.


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Published 1 Apr 2011