SALTO XS4 One

June 2019 Products, Access Control & Identity Management

With its stainless-steel construction and Mifare-DESFire and BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) technologies, the XS4 works with conventional smartcards and/or via SALTO’s JustIN Mobile app. The new SALTO XS4 One is available in two colours. The easy-to-install design makes it simple for security professionals to upgrade security and replace mechanical-key-operated door locks with the latest electronic access control solution suitable for a wide range of customer applications.

Main features

• Simple installation is possible on any type of door, including those with narrow frames.

• Available with mechanical cylinder cut-outs for key override or access lock-outs (override European profile cylinder) with audit trail facility available.

• Mechanical or electronic privacy option.

• The lock can always be opened from the inside (single action panic feature works in conjunction with the relevant mortise lock).

ID technologies used

• MIFARE (DESFire EV1, Plus, Ultralight C, Classic - ISO/IEC 14443)

• HID iCLASS

• Bluetooth SMART (BLE)

• NFC.



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