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Communicators allow your CyberLock hardware to share information with the CyberAudit management software. Through a communicator, key information is downloaded into the software and new schedules and permissions are uploaded into the keys. A variety of communicators are available to address individual facility and personnel needs.

Communicators can be installed in locations that are easy and accessible to your key holders such as a desktop or laptop computer, an employee entrance, or even in the field making frequent key expirations and access programming convenient for higher security.

Communicator Facts

Every update simultaneously downloads key activity and updates key permissions.

Several communicators offer multiple functions, such as charging the key battery or storing unprogrammed keys.

Communicators available depends on the key type and version of CyberAudit management software installed.

Several communicators are available to address individual, facility, and personnel needs. Keys can be programmed to recognize:

  • Date and time permissions
  • Holiday scheduling
  • One-time use options


Authorizer Keyport

The keyport is a wall-mounted device that connects directly to the Authorizer Hub. It is a user interface device that includes a keypad and a CyberKey port. The keypad allows for use of PINs for greater security. It can be installed in remote areas without a computer (inside or out) such as a hallway or employee entrance.

The CyberKey Authorizer Keyport 2 is the second generation Authorizer Keyport. It has all the features of the original Authorizer Keyport but also offers a significant increase to key update speed when paired with a CyberKey Authorizer Hub 2 and is fully compatible with all CyberKeys.

Authorizer Mini-Keyport

Each key contains a specific list of authorized locks and schedules of when they may be accessed. For example, a key can be programmed to allow access to one set of locks from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays and to another set of locks only from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekends. Keys presented outside of these schedules are denied access.

USB Communicators

USB Station

The USB Station is a desktop device that connects by cable to the computer’s USB port.

The USB Station allows communication between CyberKey smart keys and CyberAudit management software. In addition, the USB Station acts as a recharger for the lithium-ion polymer battery in rechargeable CyberKeys

IR Encoder 10 (USB)

The IR Encoder 10 is a small and portable infrared device that connects to a USB port. Simply line up the key infrared port and IR Encoder 10 infrared port to begin the communication process.


CyberKey Vault key cabinets provide an intelligent way of controlling and dispensing CyberKey smart keys. Key vaults program and dispense electronic CyberKeys with customized access privileges based on time, date, and authority level.

Main Benefits

Increase Key Control & Accountability

CyberKey Vault key cabinets are beneficial for users who want to automate the process of checking in and out keys. The management software, CyberAudit, tracks when a CyberKey is dispensed and when it is returned to a vault. Upon return, the vault downloads the key’s audit trail and reverts it to an unprogrammed state making it available for the next user.

Manage Access to Outside Vendors

Businesses that need to provide access to sub-contractors, maintenance companies, and vendors will benefit from the vaults’ ability to dispense temporary access or one-time use keys. Automated e-mail reports on vault and key activity facilitate improved visibility into sub-contractor on-site activity.

Securely Store Keys on Site

CyberKey Vault key cabinets are beneficial for high security applications where keys cannot leave the building. Key cabinets are connected to the management software and continuously communicate access activity. Users can view when a key is checked out, returned, or if it is still in the field.

ValidiKey 20 Vault

The ValidiKey 20 vault is a key cabinet designed to program and dispense up to 20 keys. The keys are stored in the secured vault in an unprogrammed state until an approved PIN and/or RFID card is presented. After the presentation of an approved PIN and/or RFID card the vault programs a key with that user’s access permissions and releases the door latch. The ValidiKey 20 vault reads the ID of most unencrypted 13.56 MHz RFID cards and recharges keys while in the vault. The front of the vault contains an RFID reader with an indicator light and keypad, as well as an LCD touchscreen. The ValidiKey 20 vault can be scalable, meaning numerous vaults can communicate within a single CyberAudit Enterprise system.

ValidiKey 2 Plus

The ValidiKey 2 Plus is a two-key vault that stores, secures, and programs up to two CyberKey smart keys. Simply input a PIN and/or scan an RFID card. The vault will program a key based on the credentials presented and the vault door will unlock. It is also scalable, which means multiple vaults can communicate within a larger CyberAudit® Enterprise system.

Reads the unique ID from unencrypted 13.56 MHz, ISO 14443 Type A & B and ISO 15693 format cards (i.e. I-Code, Mifare, Legic)

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