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"Securing the Hotels and Resorts of the Caribbean Since 1988"
SAFLOK™ offers a diverse collection of electronic
locks that combine revolutionary technology with
innovative design and functionality. With a multitude
of choices to fit your specific needs, our locking
systems provide added levels of security and
efficiency throughout your property.
When properties want state-of-start solutions that keep them ahead of competition, they look to SAFLOK’s wireless solutions. Running on
the internationally accepted ZigBee compliant platform, the Messenger™ wireless lock access network transforms a typical electronic lock
into a two-way remote communication system with a centralized database, perfect for resorts. All SAFLOK locks are manufactured
Messenger-ready. A property can upgrade to the Messenger system at their convenience.  
SAFLOK™ offers a wide variety of electronic
latching hardware and common-area control
devices. This includes stand-alone, battery-
operated hardware as well as mortise latch and
panic hardware for perimeter exit doors and
common areas.
Only one solution provides the security of an
access audit system, the ultimate in key
management flexibility, and superior control
throughout your property — SAFLOK's System
6000™. This Windows-based system is ready to
interface with your existing property management
system (PMS) and is completely customizable to
best suit your property's specific needs. Delivering
tomorrow's security solutions today, System 6000
is compatible with all current SAFLOK lock models,
such as MT™, Confidant MT®, ädesē®, and the
Quantum™ series.
Messenger™ is a bi-directional wireless
communication system. It is an ideal link for
sending and receiving real-time messages. With a
broad range of functionality, Messenger enhances
guest convenience, reduces expenses, and
conserves staff time.
Lock Voltmeter
The SAFLOK™ lock voltmeter is a
convenient, easy-to-use proprietary device
designed to read a lock’s battery voltage. It
offers significant improvements over a
conventional voltmeter.