Chain of Custody Reporting - YG80

Published:
January 11, 2023
Warehouse
Chain of custody, by definition, means a process that tracks the movement of evidence through its collection, safeguarding, and analysis lifecycle by documenting each person who handled the evidence, the date/time it was collected or transferred, and the purpose for the transfer

You would think all security products should also have chain-of-custody reporting measures to ensure the security of whatever is being moved is tracked and recorded right? Yet, surprisingly, many security solutions for the day-to-day chain of custody uses don't have any monitoring capabilities, which holds the potential for substantial security issues. This is why the YG80 was designed with complete monitoring capabilities.

The YG80 is made for any climate and entry. This award-winning breakthrough product is a motor-driven, high-strength lock for securing any opening that needs true security. This is why chain of custody reporting with feedback to the door's control panel and bolt positions is a standard feature of the YG80. Monitoring the position of the door and whether the bolt pin is extended or retracted, who was the most recent person to open and close, when that was and who has recently had access to a site is all vital information of chain of custody reporting. In addition, the built-in tamper monitor will let you know if the lock is being attacked in transit.

Chain of custody reporting has proven to be essential In the transport and freight industries. For example, having a record of when and by whom a container transporting high-value goods has been opened can be critical in a security threat. The YG80 ensures only approved personnel can access goods and there be a record of access to the goods if required. 

Roller doors and construction site equipment are also common uses for the YG80. Monitoring when an access point to goods has been opened is essential for safety and security. The full range of output signals, including bolt locked and unlocked position, door position, and tamper detection, ensures a site's security at all times. In addition, this chain of custody reporting decreases human error risk as the access control panel will be alerted to an unlocked opening or a security threat at an entry.

Chin of custody reporting is essential when locking highly secure facilities or when locking locations in transport and freight industries, roller doors, construction sites and many other unique security situations. If you would like to find out more about the YG80, please get in touch with us at sales@bqtsolutions.com

 

BQT Solutions is a specialist in the development, manufacture and supply of high quality, high security card and biometric readers, electromechanical locks and related electronic security products.
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