DIY Biometric Locking Solutions – Fingerprint Door Locks


IDLink Systems, a leading provider of biometric solutions, has launched FingerLock DIY-400 – the first Do-It-Yourself (DIY) fingerprint main door lockset in the market ideal for homeowners and businesses that desire added security and convenience at the touch of a finger.

This revolutionary biometric lockset is designed to provide users with easy and convenient access, relying on the user’s fingerprint or a preferred 4-digit PIN number, as the key. Knowledge of complicated wiring processes, involving cumbersome carpentry work, is not required with the easy-to-install lockset, leaving a typical user to complete the entire installation within 1 hour.

FingerLock also offers impeccable security with a double security protection feature. The user-friendly system allows a consumer to configure entry preference settings, making an authorisation to be accepted either via fingerprint, PIN number, or both.

“High security should not just be for a privilege for big offices and high end residence. Through FingerLock, IDLink Systems is bringing affordable and highly user-friendly solutions to users who wish to enhance security at home and offices, and to add cutting-edge technologies to their lifestyle. Being the only DIY product in the market puts us in huge advantage over other products as we bring great time and cost savings to our customers,” says Mr. Christopher Bian, CEO & Founder of IDLink Systems.

The device supports up to 50 users, with a data storage capacity of 50 fingerprints, making it ideally suited to any home or office environment. It is also capable of empowering up to 5 managers with total access control, enabling them to add and delete users.

FingerLock is equipped with various features as a door lockset, including a “Do Not Disturb” mode that denies access to all users and a built-in alarm system that will trigger whenever a door is forced open.

This innovative lock system is CE & FCC certified and operates on 4 AA-sized alkaline batteries. The average battery lifespan will cover approximately 5000 transactions, with an estimated 10 transactions being carried out per day.

Primary author(s): PR Web

Source: KIBT News
No 463
5 February 2004

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