Chatsworth Products, Inc. Electronic Locking Systems


Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar? “Not me! She stole the cookie from the cookie jar!”

Sound familiar? When someone steals that one treat I bought at the grocery store, that was meant just for me, I get a bit upset. I wish I had locked it up.  And, I wish I had a way to find out who stole my cookie from the cookie jar! If only I had an Electronic Locking System from Chatsworth Products, Inc. (CPI). I could install software on my computer that would allow me to assign each family member an access code (or I could give them a handy proximity card) that would only open certain cabinets. Then the lock control software would create a data log entry each time someone attempts to take my snack. Okay, perhaps that is a bit much for my home – but, how about this scenario:

Someone walks into your financial institution’s data center, accesses a cabinet they don’t belong in, and unplugs the server that sends data out to the SEC. You can add additional security by upgrading your cabinets with CPI’s Electronic Locking System. The system is comprised of networked electronic locks that automate access control and monitor your data center. It’s IP addressable, easy to configure and provides an electronic record of each cabinet access attempt. The software (included) provides multiple levels of access allowing administration and use of the system, and you can control cabinet access with your choice of keypads, proximity card readers and authorized IP control. 

Check out CPI’s Electronic Locking System data sheet now.

2 Responses to Chatsworth Products, Inc. Electronic Locking Systems

  1. Rhonda said on
    September 3, 2011 at 10:25 pm

    Sorry, it was me. I stole the cookies. . . and I enjoyed them.

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