Wavelynx technologies

WaveLynx empowers customers with secure, open, and interoperable solutions

We are committed to developing secure, innovative solutions for the security industry while maintaining the highest level of quality. We implement adopted standards whenever possible in order to protect our customer’s ability to adopt new technologies as they become affordably available. We execute our business with honesty and integrity.

  • American manufacturer of commercial Access Control products
  • Headquarters and manufacturing operations in Broomfield, Colorado
  • Leading the security industry to a Secure, Open, and Interoperable future


WaveLynx Technologies Corporation was founded in 2012 and is currently headquartered in Broomfield, CO, with a fully maintained manufacturing facility co-located. WaveLynx Technologies launched a full line of electronic access control readers in 2016, using state of the art MIFARE® DESFire® EV2 technology. In 2020, WaveLynx introduced MyPass Mobile Credentials™, a cloud credential application designed to deliver a safe, secure, and convenient experience to access secured doors using a smartphone.

The WaveLynx Product Development team has more than 60 years of RFID and electronics experience in the security industry.

WaveLynx offers customizable transition strategies and is passionate regarding the elimination of the widely propagated risk around low-frequency proximity technology.

WaveLynx Technologies has experienced 100% year over year growth since 2016.

The Ethos reader line is designed using the Security Industry Association’s (SIA) recently released OSDP™ standard, V2.1.7 enabling secure channel and upgrade capabilities remotely from the access control host system. The Ethos reader line is the first access control reader on the market that is designed, tested, and validated by multiple third party’s test facilities as remotely upgradable over a secure channel.

They are proven to deliver the following functionality:

  • Bi-directional communication between reader and system over a secure channel
  • Firmware updates from host to the reader over Secure Channel
  • Reader configuration changes pushed from the host to reader over Secure Channel