TRELOCK has a long history in the production of high-quality frame locks and thereby always raised the bar for quality and comfort. TRELOCK reached the development leap from mechanics into electronics with high innovative speed at its location in Germany. By connecting these two areas, TRELOCK now goes a step further and offers its customers an usual safe frame lock with the high ease of use of modern technology.
The TRELOCK SL 460 SMARTLOCK® is the first frame lock with NFC technology and sets standards in the world of bicycle locks. It can be released via E-KEY easily.
You can download the complete instructions for the SL 460 SMARTLOCK® here:
Instructions SL 460 SMARTLOCK® PDF
For the FAQs of the SL 460 SMARTLOCK® see following link:
FAQs SL 460 SMARTLOCK®
The SL 460 SMARTLOCK® is constructed compactly despite the challenging technology and can be attached to the bike compactly, just like conventional frame locks. In contrast to conventional bicycle locks the SL 460 SMARTLOCK® does without cylinder and so it does not offer possibilities for picking.
With the TRELOCK Security Level 4 of 6 it offers high security against casual thieves. This security can be increased with the well-known TRELOCK connecting chains and connecting cables.
1. If you hold an authorised E-KEY to the SL 460 SMARTLOCK®, it is unlocked automatically.
2. Afterwards, the SL 460 SMARTLOCK® can be opened comfortably by pushing a button.
3. The SL 460 SMARTLOCK® can be locked easily via the handle.
4. The SL 460 SMARTLOCK® is locked again and ready to be unlocked again by a registered E-KEY.
The proven NFC technology offers two decisive advantages over the bluetooth-technology. Firstly, the energy is transmitted directly from the smartphone to the lock. So the lock does not require an own source of energy, has not to be loaded and has one possible attack point less. On the other hand the NFC standard offers barely attack surface because of the small
distance between transmitter and receiver – quite contrary to bluetooth connections, which can be intercepted on greater distances, too. In addition the transmitted data get encrypted via AES-128.