Supra Lockbox Update
Many of the Supra lockboxes in use in the Kansas City area are more than 8 years old. Although these lockboxes have great track records in maintaining battery power, the reality is they won’t last forever. Batteries can only be replaced by the factory, so KCRAR plans to stay ahead of the curve and minimize disruption to our members’ business by replacing all lockboxes before the battery power level starts to decline.
The next generation lockbox incorporates all of the great existing lockbox features, plus the added benefit of Bluetooth technology. For those KCRAR members with eKeys (phones that function as a Supra key), you’ll be pleased to know the next generation lockbox eliminates the need to carry a key FOB – with the exception of the iPhone, which will still require an adapter. Any Supra-approved eKey device, with either the existing infrared technology or Bluetooth, will be able to open the next generation Supra lockboxes. And for those members who prefer to subscribe to the Display Key (dKey), those keys will continue to function with the new lockboxes.
KCRAR has identified December 2012 as the time when next generation lockboxes will be available to KCRAR members. More details will be made available in the coming months, so please watch for more information on www.kcrar.com and in KCRAR publications.
Posted on Fri, February 17, 2012