McKenney, Swoope, Glaister and Skowronski

Wait, you say, that’s a quartet, not a trio.

Look, I reply, the third guy in the photo is not part of the Trilogy trio. That’s Jeffery Glaister, Anderson Lock’s Purchasing Manager.

The three Alarm Lock representatives, who traveled here last week for a training meeting are, from the left, Wes McKenney, Bob Swoope, the company’s Vice President of Sales, and Mike Skowronski, regional sales manager.

Bob reviewed the evolution of the Trilogy locks, then introduced the “Remote Release” feature that will soon be available as a retrofit option for existing T2’s, T3’s and T3 Prox locks. The T stands for Trilogy, Alarm Lock’s series of popular, standalone pushbutton access control locks. The “Remote Release” uses radio frequency (RF) technology, similar to a garage door opener, to unlock the locks with the push of a button. The easy to install kit adds remote control without replacing locksets.

Alarm Lock’s advanced access control system, Networx, provides keyless control at less than half the price of wired systems. Sophisticated solutions are available for all branches of the healthcare industry, as well as for educational safety and security, and for countless other commercial and institutional applications.

Anderson Lock techs, estimators and hardware sales reps at Trilogy training meeting.

Trilogy Pushbutton Locks Feature Easy Programming