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Fingerprint Door Locks Explained

Posted on March 20, 2013 by Keyless Access Locks There have been 0 comments

Biometric door locks are one of the most up and coming products in home security today. A fingerprint door lock works similar to a traditional door lock; however, instead of using a key to unlock a door, the lock uses biometric technology and reads a fingerprint to lock or unlock a door and provides an efficient and reliable approach to securing your home or office.

Biometrics has been used in fingerprint door locks for a while now; however, until recently the technology was unreliable and unaffordable. Not anymore! Fingerprint door locks, like those available at are available in a variety of configurations, colors, and styles at reasonable prices.

One of the advantages of installing a fingerprint door lock is that it eliminates the need for keys. Imagine not having to fumble in the dark looking for the right key, or trying to pull out a key while your carrying groceries or children. A fingerprint door lock provides easy and fast access without the hassle of keys.

Biometric door locks are available with numerous options. Depending on the model, a biometric door lock can store up to 100 fingerprints, which makes them ideal for small businesses. The administrator can easily add or erase users from the locks memory at the lock, or with a simple software application that usually connects to the lock via a USB drive.

Most locks are easy to install and require minimal effort to operate. Most biometric locks run on backup batteries which can last up to 6 months on a single charge, eliminating the risk of power outages. Also, various models are available with a backup key as well for those that prefer to keep a key handy.

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