Secure Wireless Access Control
Sera4 Wireless Access Control

Sera4 – Secure Wireless Access Control

RTT Group is the Australian distributor for Sera4.

Sera4 provides keyless physical access control for critical infrastructure. They deliver unsurpassed security with trusted and easy-to-use solutions.

Sera4 industrial armoured padlock comes ready to be monitored and controlled from your Teleporte network.


No Physical Keys

+ Higher security
+ Failsafe Unlock feature

No Key Depots

+ Lower service cost – Increased service capacity and speed

Minimum Maintenance

+ Easy to install tether mount point
+ Long battery life with fail-secure option to power by USB

Hardened Design

+ Engineered for harsh environments and weather conditions
+ 10mm boron axnd stainless steel shackle
+ Chrome plating for corrosion and cut/drill resistance

Real-Time Audit & Control

+ Real-time access control with bank-grade digital security
+ Integrated sensors to meet audit requirements

Sera4 Teleporte
Software platform that connects to your locks to control access to your sites.

Optimize your operations

Issue and revoke thousands of digital keys efficiently and in real-time through our user friendly interface.

Enhance your Audit Trails

Generate reliable access reports to know who, where and when.

Integrate to your own Systems

Integrate Teleporte seamlessly with your own monitoring and ticketing platforms and generate business intelligence.

Eliminate Physical Keys

Use the Teleporte app to download digital keys to open Sera4 locks securely with your smartphone.

Protect your Data

Authenticate users to their smartphones and independently to the server. Rely on phones that respond to key creation and cancelation in real time.

Automate and Enrich

Maximize the potential of smart features in smartphones such as GPS, camera and biometrics.

Trust your data

Teleporte has a unique and patented security architecture that does not rely on typical Bluetooth encryption methods.

No single points of failure

Sera4 off-the-grid access points only unlock on short-range proximity requests.