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Fingerprint padlock

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About fingerprint padlock

A fingerprint padlock works by scanning the user’s fingers, and the reader processes the fingerprints and then electronically releases the locking mechanisms. Fingerprint padlock stores more than one person’s fingerprints, which makes them suitable for commercial or multifamily purposes. There are several fingerprint padlocks on

Where are fingerprint padlocks used?

Fingerprint padlocks are used anywhere that needs a lock. There are several fingerprint padlocks for different areas. They include fingerprint bedroom door lock, fingerprint cabinet lock, fingerprint front door lock, fingerprint locker lock, fingerprint luggage lock, fingerprint deadbolt lock, and fingerprint safe lock. Each of these fingerprint padlocks locks their respective doors.

Benefits of using a fingerprint padlock

Fingerprint padlocks give individuals added security since they use fingerprint biometric technology to identify individuals. No one can access the premises since the fingerprint mechanism won't allow them. People tend to break the padlocks with traditional padlocks, but with fingerprint padlocks, one cannot break in. One cannot replicate a fingerprint padlock, adding an extra layer of security. Fingerprint door locks eliminate the need for physical keys. This reduces the risk of keys getting lost or being stolen. Fingerprint padlocks give easy and fast access to the premises to people who are authorized. They just need to place their thumb on the fingerprint scanner door lock, and if their fingerprint matches the stored data, they can access the premises.

There are fingerprint padlocks with advanced features such as remote monitoring, mobile app integration, and compatibility with home systems. This is good for monitoring their locks from a distance, which can help enhance control. Other advanced features include audit trails, which give a history of people who accessed the lock and at what time. This can help track entry to specific properties or premises. One can also get notifications whenever one tries to access a property.

How to choose a fingerprint padlock

The fingerprint sensor quality is one of the factors to consider. The fingerprint padlock should have a high resolution that can differentiate different types of fingerprints. Similarly, it should be resistant to breaking or tampering. It should also read wet, dry, or even scarred fingerprints. When buying a fingerprint padlock, one should ensure it has a certification like EN 1303 or CEN Grade 6. This shows that the fingerprint padlock meets specific durability standards.

Unlocking speed is also an important consideration when buying a fingerprint padlock. It can be very annoying when the scanner does not easily recognize the fingerprint. So, for more convenience, one should buy a fingerprint padlock that quickly identifies the user’s fingerprint. Choose a fingerprint padlock that’s resistant to water. It should have waterproof seals and should be made of non-corrosive materials. To know this, check the IP rating of the fingerprint padlock.