BlueLink Access

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About this app

BlueLinkAccess is a door opening application.
BlueLink Access is an innovative and trendy alternative to the access card or tag.
BlueLink Access acts as a loyal butler who senses its master’s approach and rushes to open the door for him.

Let’s say you have your hands full of grocery bags. Now you do not have to put them down and search through your pockets for the key. If you check the self-opening option within the app, your mobile phone will communicate by itself with the intercom system, prompting it to open the door. Open, Sesame!

How does it work?
Easy. After you install the app on your phone, you will purchase a virtual key online. This virtual key will be the equivalent of the access card. The virtual key is valid for one year. If you change your phone, the key will be transferred to your new mobile, provided you continue to use the same account.

If you have guests over, you can share a temporary access code with them. Thus, they will be able to open the door from using their own phones. You won’t have to buzz them in anymore.
There are two types of temporary access codes. Either for the use of a single guest, one time, or for the use of an unlimited number of guests during a whole day. The latter comes in handy if you are throwing a party. You won’t have to run over to the intercom to buzz in each guest.

In order for the app to work, a special module must be installed next to the outside unit of the intercom. This module, using the Bluetooth Low Energy technology, will act as the middleman between your mobile phone and the intercom. Together with the module, the BlueLink Access app makes up a smart access control system.
You can read more in the app menu under in User Guide section, or on our sites: www.bluelinksystems.ro and www.virtualkey.eu.
Updated on
Sep 1, 2021

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