In healthcare, especially in hospitals, the requirements for a locking system are diverse and complex. Many people come in and out of here every day A number of factors have to be taken into account when dealing with different groups of people such as patients, hospital staff, cleaning staff, tradespeople or visitors, as well as different areas of application such as patient rooms, laboratories, operating theaters, medicine cabinets and offices. In the day-to-day running of a clinic, a well thought-out locking system concept can make work easier and bring considerable additional benefits for internal processes. In this case, the Clex prime electronic locking system from Uhlmann & Zacher provides the necessary flexibility and security.


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With an electronic locking system, access rights for different groups of people, such as hospital or cleaning staff, can be both flexibly assigned and revoked. Assigning time-limited authorizations to visitors or external service providers provides additional security, while ensuring that sensitive areas containing patient documents or medications cannot be accessed. In the stressful daily routine of a clinic, a single transponder guarantees access to all unlocked areas and puts an end to the time-consuming search for keys on a key ring.


In addition to classic access control, the Clex prime system can also be used to control elevators via the wall mounted reader, thus enabling priority rides. The CX6192 electronic locker lock makes it possible to integrate the controlled storage of valuables into the locking system. With just one "key" - either in the form of a card or a key fob - hospital employees can authorize themselves at the parking barrier and at the entrance, operate the time recording system, lock their valuables in their locker, settle up in the canteen and authorize themselves in all the rooms assigned to them.


The CX6190 electronic furniture lock also makes it easy to monitor withdrawals from medicine cabinets. The event logging of the locking system provides the responsible hospital staff with full information about the authorizations for the medicine cabinet. Irregularities can thus be traced in real time.




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