Smart Home & Office Security Door Lock
Unlock by Phone App, Bluetooth, Key and Fingerprint
Intelligent Fingerprint Lock
Why Our TouchID Lock is the best?
Normally open mode or automatically lock mode can be set according to different use scenarios.
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Precise coverage of the old spherical keyhole.
<0.001% Recognition rate of false, <0.01% Boomed from, <0.5% Recognition speed.
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How To Setup?
Yes, fingerprint door locks are secure, especially compared to traditional locks that require a physical key. Keys can be misplaced, stolen, and copied. Fingerprints can’t. As if that wasn’t enough, most biometric smart locks come with added home security features, like built-in alarm systems and cameras.
Electronic fingerprint door locks require a small chip to be installed inside the door frame. Once the correct finger print is scanned, the door unlocks automatically.
Not only can many smart locks be hacked, but they also are proven to have other vulnerabilities like the ability to be removed with a flathead screwdriver. Since smart locks often work with an existing deadbolt, this may mean they have the same level of security as traditional locks.
Navigate to Settings, tap Biometrics and security, and then tap Fingerprints.
Enter your lock screen credentials. …
Use the on-screen prompts to register your fingerprint. …
Next, make sure that the switch next to Fingerprint unlock is turned on.
They are typically used in public buildings such as hospitals, offices and schools, which can have a number of digital locks located throughout the building to secure different areas, or for domestic properties where numerous carers or nurses need independent access.
There is little that can go wrong and consequently, digital door locks can last for many years.
As their operation is so straightforward compared to ‘high tech’ electronic access control options such as biometric fingerprint readers.
Digital door locks are quick and easy to fit as they are completely self-contained,
Require no additional hardware Ideally suited for small budget systems.