Products - ALV2 Slimline Lock


  • Reader technology - RFID (Compatible with Near Field Communication (NFC))
  • Escutcheon design - 2 types (Slim type / P type)
  • Power supply - 4 AA Alkaline batteries
  • Audit trail lock events - 600 events
  • Mechanical key override - Optional
  • Software OS - Windows 7 Professional 32Bit
  • Staff ID - Up to 500 ID
  • Card encoder - Up to 30 encoders can be connect to one PC
  • PMS interface/ POS interface Available

ALV2 Slimline Lock

Nexus Access Systems brings you the latest in a long line of electronic locking solutions from Miwa Lock Japan. It is designed specifically for today’s busy and competitive hospitality industry. It uses the latest RFID technology and is aesthetically attractive yet durable. Best of all it is easy for guests and staff to use.

Hotel locks are not just a means of security but an important part in the overall running of a busy hotel as it is the only piece of technology in your property that the guest use multiple times a day therefore it has to be efficient. The system has been designed to make it easy for your guests and staff to use, yet still have the features needed to run your hotel safely and securely.

RFID or Radio Frequency Identification gives the ALV2 locks the ability of reading and writing to the guest and staff cards without them touching the lock. Simply place the card within half an inch of the reader and the lock will open. This technology has several advantages over existing magnetic strip and smart card systems. There is no need to insert or swipe the key card in a specific way, guests of all ages will find the ALV2 lock more intuitive and the keycard can be offered to the lock from any direction.

Read and Write

When a card is used to open a lock it can now be written to as well as read.

Guest Cards

If a lock does not open when a guest card is used the reason for this is written on the card. This can be read by the staff in the hotel and problem can be immediately rectified.

Staff Cards

Various information is added to the staff card every time it used to open a lock. This would include the room and time the lock was opened as well as the status of the batteries in each location.

Master Key Structure

with the use of RFID cards the master key structure for your staff can be configured to match your operating requirements. Each staff member can be issued a card that only gives them access to areas that their job demands. Should the need arise these can be changed on an individual basis by Senior Management, without the need to reprogram any of the locks.